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I'm stuck between two motherboards. If anyone can tell me reasons to go with one or the other would greatly be helpful. I plan on going with an Intel i7 2600k, and xfire 6950's.
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Personally if I knew I was going to SLI/xfire I would go Asus P8P67 WS REVOLUTION so you can get x16 on both slots.

Between the two you selected if I had to choose I would go Sabertooth for the longer warranty. I'm shocked that Fatal1ty still gets money to put his name on stuff, IDE & floppy connectors...really?!
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Wouldnt notice a difference between x8 or x16
    
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Wouldnt notice a difference between x8 or x16
1-3fps IIRC, so no.


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The only reason Im looking at these motherboards because the spacing between the pcie slots
    
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post #6 of 11
i say sabertooth
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I'd say go with the p8p67 pro, as far as i can tell the spacing is the same between those mobo's.
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post #8 of 11
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I'd say go with the p8p67 pro, as far as i can tell the spacing is the same between those mobo's.
or the deluxe
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Id say the Asrock. It has more features for the price, that is why I picked it.
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or the deluxe
what does the deluxe have that the pro doesn't?

To be fair the asus p8p67 pro seems to be the most popular choice. best bank for buck for asus, but other than that the best bang for buck as a whole seems to be the asrock p67 extreme4.

I see no reason to choose the deluxe over the pro, they are almost identical.

I mean check it out:



Anyways go over to the asus p67 thread in my sig and you'll come to a conclusion that the pro is the best choice.
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