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If you don't mind, can you please tell me the name of the 2nd icon that is bellow the internet explorer icon?
resmon.exe


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@ op
You could choose the P67 chipset instead of the Z68 (if you don't need ssd caching) and probably have the room to get a better board.
I am unsure of your countries prices, but the difference between your motherboard and say the P67 UD4 shouldn't be more than 10$. The Asrock extreme 4 has all the features of the Gigabyte UD4 and the Asus P67 Pro, but is usually 10-20$ cheaper, so that could be an alternative to look into.
I belive the Quick Sync feature will be prefered for the woman I am building this for, and the prices between the Z68 and the P67 boards are almost identical in my country anyway (or well, I hope to find a good Z68 motherboard with multiple PCI-e 2.0 x8 slots within three weeks if Bulldozer proves not suitable).

Thanks though. I'm presumably going for the ASrock Extreme4, as you also recommended, if no further options seem suitable.
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post #23 of 25
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The fact that it is mATX has nothing to do with your OC, see ROG Gene boards. You also have a nicer board.
That's what I'm saying, you don't need 1849761416+32432 power phases on a MB to hit good clocks.
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I used to have that program before, but than I re-installed and I forgot the name but now I landed on it, thank you.
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I used to have that program before, but than I re-installed and I forgot the name but now I landed on it, thank you.
Errr.. if you watched the video, you would have realized that that program is part of Windows 7...
 
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