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Which m/b for 2600K 5ghz

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Well, think im going to go for a i7 2600k and shoot for 5ghz on air cooling.

Im looking at these boards but cant decide which one.

1) P8P67 DELUXE
2) P8P67 EVO
3) AsRock P67-Extreme6

Whats the difference betweem the EVO and Deluxe.??
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Deluxe has more phases than evo. Both will get job done. Actually pretty much any board will.
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If the chip has the potential and you have the cooling then any of those board will do, however I must say that it will be quite hard to get to 5ghz with air and have reasonable temps. 4.5/4.8ghz sounds more realistic.

Check the Sandy stable club for overlocking, voltage, temperature and cooling reference. You can compare with other's, try selecting the different sheets available to get the relevant info to make a decision.

Hope that helps Link to the Sandy stable club is on my sig below.
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I took the deluxe version because of the phases (yea a lot of people say you dont need that many) and i like the usb3.0 box that came with it.
    
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If the chip has the potential and you have the cooling then any of those board will do, however I must say that it will be quite hard to get to 5ghz with air and have reasonable temps. 4.5/4.8ghz sounds more realistic.

Check the Sandy stable club for overlocking, voltage, temperature and cooling reference. You can compare with other's, try selecting the different sheets available to get the relevant info to make a decision.

Hope that helps Link to the Sandy stable club is on my sig below.
Very nice thanks munaim1.

Deluxe it is then.... and yeah i would still be happy with 4.8 stable.
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