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This is the one you want.

http://www.evga.com/products/moreInf...%20Family&sw=5

EVGA took the time to do these right, not rush it out and let the public debug it for them.
I think evga taking longer was probably more due to the fact that they needed a new design team, shamino was the man at evga & he quit before 1155 (think much of the team left with him too).

OP a lot of the issues with Gigabyte boards were worked out with bios updates, my ud4 was a nightmare with the bios it shipped with, after updating all is well.
    
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ASRock Extreme 4 is the way to go. Performs as well as 200-250 dollar boards

Read then buy...

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...ge,2837-2.html

Looks like that's the best board for me. + it doesn't have bad reviews and the problems that I have with ud3.

How many power phases does this board have?

Overclocking?
Does it have vdroop?
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Looks like that's the best board for me. + it doesn't have bad reviews and the problems that I have with ud3.

How many power phases does this board have?

Overclocking?
Does it have vdroop?
Anything else you need to know...

http://www.asrock.com/mb/overview.as...P67%20Extreme4
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So what are you deciding?
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post #16 of 17
Good choice my freind
post #17 of 17
I would try the B3 revisions then man. I have great confidence in gigabytes ability to produce great motherboards.
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