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Originally Posted by ACHILEE5 View Post
I've had mine to 4.9GHz!
But only run at 4.3GHz because I like the volts (1.28v), and I don't need more speed

ASUS P8P67 Pro
The most popular 1155 mobo on OCN!
yea, asus really did good with lga 1155. I think the asus boards have the best llc control. However, I havent owned a gigabyte 1155 board yet. If they come down in price I plan on buying a p67 or z68 ud4 so I can play with one.
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c300, 2X WD CAVAIAR BLACK 640GB RAID 0 LG Bluray/Dvd Rewriter 7 Ult Gateway 24" lcd 1920x1200 
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Lycosa Corsair 750w tx Cooler Master HAF 932 black g9 
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Originally Posted by CloudX View Post
I don't know man. Overclock.net seems to have quite a few "brand" babies in here. The asrock p67 extreme boards > asus p67 pro board and the evo too (except for dual LAN) It has better cooling setup, I think. You get a little more with the asrock. Not to detract anything from the asus, it's very good as well, but you can't rule out the asrock just because of the name. Saying the asus is the best choice is far from the truth and heavily opinionated. I'm using both with good luck, but the asus pro doesn't really satisfy me wholly enough to say it's king.
Yes.. AsRock is the best bang for the buck for OCable board.
Also I do not believe in such concept as "Future Proof" since I think nothing is future proof...
Unless the manufacture would stop advancing their technology further... which is never going to happen.
The longest "Future proofing" that I can agree with is up to 6 months or so.
So you cannot future proof something that no one knows what's gonna happen.
Get whatever you need NOW. not for the future use.
for example, getting some mediocre GPU and planning to SLI/Crossfire in the future.
But you'll be ending up buying a better and new single GPU for the same price anyway....
i5 2500K GTX570HD
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i5 2500K @ 4.8GHz 1.384V AsRock P67 Extreme4 (B3) UEFI3.19 EVGA GTX 570HD SC 930/1950 G.Skill RipjawsX DDR3 PC12800 2x4GB@1866 9-10-9-28 
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Crucial M4 SSD 128GB, 1x 500GB WD, 2x1TB WD Samsung DL DVD Writer Noctua NH-D14 Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit SP1 
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Asus VG248QE Steelseries 6GV2 Rosewill Capstone 650W Corsair 600T White 
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