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Motherboard for 1155 GA-Z68X-UD5 vs P8Z68 Deluxe vs Other

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Hi, i need a 1155 motherboard, im going to OC and i need pci to be displayed this way

pci x1 (for sound card)
pci x16 (580 direc cu II)
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pci x16 (580 direc cu II)
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i prefer the look of gigabyte boards but idk about performance, also im from argentina and i only have rma for gigabyte, if not i think its has to be send to another place (if i go for asus)

Thank you.
Edited by Juanchioo - 8/3/11 at 2:07pm
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up ?
post #3 of 36
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another up ?

EDIT: hate u all lol, but rlly
Edited by Juanchioo - 8/3/11 at 2:08pm
post #4 of 36
P8Z68-V, -V Pro, or -V Deluxe

Check out the thread I made in this forum. Was going through a similar decision lately.
Edited by Steven-1979 - 8/3/11 at 3:23pm
    
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post #5 of 36
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but ud5 has 20 fases
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Woah, that ud5 is a sweet looking board: http://www.newegg.com/Product/ImageG...%20Motherboard
    
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The UD4 has everything you need...

Unless you plan to do super high voltage suicide runs, the 12+2 on the UD4 is plenty sufficient, I use 1.224v to run my 4.5ghz OC perfectly stable :-)
post #8 of 36
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yes it is if i find it im going for it

EDIT: the ud4 doesnt have the pci distribution that i need
post #9 of 36
I say go with that UD5, it looks freaking sweet
    
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+1 for the UD5, Gigabyte boards are SOLID these days,
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