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As the knight said above there are many complains of them
the main reason is that they cpu power supply on board are not good (Especially when you use 100% cpu power) they are not efficient
That's only on their low end boards.
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What brand of Mobo has the easiest overclocking, like the programs that require 0 effort for a nice overclock on air
That MSI board you linked has OC Genie, it doesn't get any easier than that. Press a button on the mobo, turn the pc on, you have an oc'd pc. Though generally you can get better oc's doing it manually. The auto oc'ing normally uses more vcore than is really necessary.
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I had a MSI 770-G45 with a phenom II 960 and what the hell was that. It brought me to tears after I paid about 200$ changing it into my current system! even with my current quad core my power supply is really quieter than it was with X4 amd
Edited by MD12 - 7/19/11 at 3:31am
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hmm the P67 GD65 I can get for an absolute steal over here ($140) thats the only reason I was interested in it.

So asus p67 boards are the go then?
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That MSI board you linked has OC Genie, it doesn't get any easier than that. Press a button on the mobo, turn the pc on, you have an oc'd pc. Though generally you can get better oc's doing it manually. The auto oc'ing normally uses more vcore than is really necessary.
I don't trust any Auto OC program. I've had an asus board that shoved the voltage up to 1.65 for a 200MHz OC
 
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The ASRock P67 Extreme4 has been good to me thus far. I looked into the Z68 version, but didn't think the differences were worth the extra dough.
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The ASRock P67 Extreme4 has been good to me thus far. I looked into the Z68 version, but didn't think the differences were worth the extra dough.
How hard was it to achieve your OC?
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post #18 of 19
AsRock boards are awesome for the price you pay.
Just avoid Pro series. (people had some issues) Any extreme series will do great for OC.

Also for the sleek looking case .... Corsair 600T SE White.
As soon as I saw this I had to get it. It looks/works great.
Probablly the biggest mid-tower case. It is actually wider than most full-tower case.
Nice work space and you can put big HS in there, too.
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post #19 of 19
I think these mains are good:

1)GA-Z68XP-UD4 http://www.gigabyte.com/products/pro...px?pid=3910#ov
2)GA-Z68XP-UD3P http://www.gigabyte.com/products/pro...px?pid=3912#ov

But that my experience with MSI. It is up to you. If you are interested in that mobo get it!
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