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[SH] G1 Sniper 2 final USA/CA MSRP and Detailed review

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The limited edition part is what I find odd, I would think a board like this will sell very well, but we have to remember over $300 is a lot for a Sandy Bridge motherboard. Its price at $360 is going to make people debate over the Z68X-UD7 or the G1 Sniper, but if I was a gamer I wouldn’t have a hard time choosing. If I was a bencher then I wouldn’t either because the lack of simple on/off buttons is just not something I can deal with. On the other hand I would have a very hard time if I overclocked and gamed, as both boards fit the gig, but in the end it would come down to will I trade buttons, NF200, and 16 extra phases for Creative Audio and Bigfoot?
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I'd go Z68X-UD7 waaaay more options for that price range.
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Corsair Force 3 120GB SSD + 5TB Lite-On DVDR 24X Windows 7 64bit Dual Dell 24" 2407WFP-HC 
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