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The table for viewing who is already part of the club is not showing correctly in IE9. You can't select beyond a few mobo's the rest is too much to the right and never shows so you can't select P8Z68-V for instance. Just thought i'd inform you.

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Mieske

Thanks for letting me know, in "preference" setting which is located at the top of every thread, set the page width like so and let me know how it works for you:

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I'll add instructions in the OP if it does the job well smile.gif
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I have a few questions for people who already own the z68 chipset version...
1) Do you turn EPU/TPU off/on? What are the benefits/flaws with these features?
2) Should I put my new SSD on the Marvel or the Intel ports?

Well I dont have z68 board but P8P67 is kinda similar

1) I've overclocked so you would turn EPU (that is power saving stuff) off if overlcloking too and I've read reviews about using that EPU and it didnt seem very power saving, TPU is that turbo thing, which turbos your cpu little bit. Both of them are unuseful when overclocking cpu.
2) To Intel because its better.
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post #6593 of 9343
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Hey guys. I'n looking at buying a P8Z68 for Ivy or Sandy bridge. First of all, will Ivy Bridge work on the Z68 Chipset? Also, how well can you overclock with this board?
Is it great value for money, does it stay cool, What is the power delivery like?
All answers are appreiciated, and I decided to post here cause I thought you guys would know best thumb.gif

Correct me if I'm wrong but Ivy will be compatible with all Z68 boards, Gen3 just means it will support PCIe 3.0?
As far as overclocking goes, these boards will let you hit 5.0+ if your chip can take it. Phase count for the CPU is 12 I believe.
Value is pretty good, there is an Asrock board for $130 that will let you go to 5.0 as well but you will receive more community support buying an Asus.
I bought the P8Z68-V Gen3 and I have zero regrets. Hope this helped.
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Thanks for letting me know, in "preference" setting which is located at the top of every thread, set the page width like so and let me know how it works for you:
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I'll add instructions in the OP if it does the job well smile.gif

Thanks, but I had already tried setting those things that way and it did not help.
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Thanks for letting me know, in "preference" setting which is located at the top of every thread, set the page width like so and let me know how it works for you:
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I'll add instructions in the OP if it does the job well smile.gif

Yeah that helps if i maximise my browser. I am fwiw @1680x1050 on a dual 19" screen and the monitors are big enough for my needs. I can see the P8Z68-V now. Still not all models show. Wich is too bad. It helps me for now but others will have this problem too i guess.

Anyways thank you very much.
Edited by Mieske666 - 2/28/12 at 7:22am
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Correct me if I'm wrong but Ivy will be compatible with all Z68 boards, Gen3 just means it will support PCIe 3.0?
As far as overclocking goes, these boards will let you hit 5.0+ if your chip can take it. Phase count for the CPU is 12 I believe.
Value is pretty good, there is an Asrock board for $130 that will let you go to 5.0 as well but you will receive more community support buying an Asus.
I bought the P8Z68-V Gen3 and I have zero regrets. Hope this helped.

It depends on when you purchased your board and what bios version that it came with. I got my board in early December and it had a bios version that was already Ivy compatible. Older boards just need to flash the bios IF they are going to get a new Ivy CPU.
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Yeah that helps if i maximise my browser. I am fwiw @1680x1050 on a dual 19" screen and the monitors are big enough for my needs. I can see the P8Z68-V now. Still not all models show. Wich is too bad. It helps me for now but others will have this problem too i guess.

Anyways thank you very much.

Can you not see these buttons? this is on IE9:

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I've just tested this and it's working fine for me.

EDIT:

Just realised it's probably because of you resolution, unfortunately it's difficult to cater everyone's needs, however I'll see what I can do to make it more accessible to everyone.
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Can you not see these buttons? this is on IE9:
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I've just tested this and it's working fine for me.
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Just realised it's probably because of you resolution, unfortunately it's difficult to cater everyone's needs, however I'll see what I can do to make it more accessible to everyone.

Nope, cannot see those buttons. I am sure it is a resolution thing. I would think a real easy solution would be to put a line break about half way across the line of links.
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Nope, cannot see those buttons. I am sure it is a resolution thing. I would think a real easy solution would be to put a line break about half way across the line of links.

Could you post a screenshot so I can see please.
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