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Not much you can do with the haf. Could maybe stretch some pantyhose across the intake to act as a filter but can think of much else.

Sent from my CyanogenModded HTC Sensation 4g.
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Not much you can do with the haf. Could maybe stretch some pantyhose across the intake to act as a filter but can think of much else.

Sent from my CyanogenModded HTC Sensation 4g.
ok cheers. I guess I will just clean it out.

I think I will just buy 2 red LED fans and be done with it. OMG $40 GST on the whole thing.... T___T
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ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 MB, LGA1155 Intel Z68

About to click accept. Everything look good? Overall it comes to around $463 but GST makes it around $500 unless I am reading it wrong? :l
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NO.

Go with Asus.

I love Gigabyte's tech and layouts but they missed the train on the UEFI. Theuir boards have the EFI but without a GUI and the "TouchBios" Thing is dubious, kind of hybrid touchscreen tech. Besides, some Z68 boards have boot issues, and some are plagued with boot loop, and mine fried before even getting a propper boot out of it.

OK so you want an ASRock board. ASRock are better than before, I'll concede that, but not nearly as good as Asus. Just go lurk the Sandy Stable club (link in ly sig) and check all the feedbacks, and compare voltages, temps, and overall performances for yourself. ASRock extreme 4 is a good board, but not as good as an Asus one. Just look it up.
ASRock is good but it's a child company of Asus, and Asus boards are still better, I'm sorry.

This round, Asus wins hands down. Their Bioses are the best, the more stable, the more performant, their boards are solid, frankly, to me, buying anything else than Asus is simply foolish (except of course if you have a great rebate or whatever opportunity to get a cheap price for another board). Just look it up.

Now between the M-Pro and V-LE, they're almost the same, it's all about features you want and price you get.

(I haven't read the whole thread, just the first and last posts so I'll say this if no one already said it):

Know that now, with SB-processors, the OC you can achieve is almost entirely dependant on the chip you will get.

ALL K chips can achieve 4.4 / 4.5 Ghz and you can achieve this OC with any decent board. Some chips can achieve 5Ghz + OC. If you have a chip stuck at 4.5, it WILL be stuck at 4.5 whatever board you purchase. You can buy the most expensive performing board, if your chip won't post with a 46 multi, il will never post with a 46 multi on any board - period.
Edited by DaGoat - 10/26/11 at 3:32am
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NO.

Go with Asus. I love Gigabyte's tech and layouts but they missed the train on the UEFI. Theuir boards have the EFI but without a GUI and the "TouchBios" Thing is dubious, kind of hybrid touchscreen tech. Besides, some Z68 boards have boot issues, and some are plagued with boot loop, and mine fried before even getting a propper boot out of it.

ASRock are better than before, I'll concede that, but not nearly as good as Asus. Just go lurk the Sandy Stable club (link in ly sig) and check all the feedbacks, and compare voltages, temps, and overall performances for yourself. ASRock extrreme 4 is a good board, but not as good as an Asus one. Just look it up.

This round, Asus wins hands down. Their Bioses are the best, the more stable, the more performant, their boards are solid, frankly, to me, buying anything else than Asus is simply foolish (except of course if you have a great rebate or whatever opportunity to get a cheap price for another board).

Now between the M-Pro and V-LE, they're almost the same, it's all about features you want and price you get.

(I haven't read the whole thread, just the first and last posts so I'll say this if no one already said it):

Know that now, with SB-processors, the OC you can achieve is almost entirely dependant on the chip you will get.

ALL K chips can achieve 4.4 / 4.5 Ghz and you can achieve this OC with any decent board. Some chips can achieve 5Ghz + OC. If you have a chip stuck at 4.5, it WILL be stuck at 4.5 whatever board you purchase. You can buy the most expensive performing board, if your chip won't post with a 46 multyi, il will never post with a 46 multi on any board - period.
Sorry mate, I am already sold on the ASRock Extreme series. Too much goodness to pass up imo. I think a majority of people have told me to go for the ASRock series (like 95%). If I could find the Gigabyte Z68XP-UD3P Z68 on umart I would get it, but unfortunately it isnt. I just think the ASRock has it all. :L

Thanks for the information on the 2500K overclocking thing.
Edited by Hot Fuzz - 10/26/11 at 3:18am
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Yeah as I said the board is not so relevant, it is the chip you'll get so it's not that important in terms of OC.
Just that with a good board you will need less voltage, and achieve better temps, and have a more stable Bios.
I don't get why everyone go crazy over this extreme 4, is it the PCI-E 3.0? I really can't see where the "too much goodness" is.
Everywhere I see this board requiring more voltage than any Asus board and being less stable.
But anyway, it's a good board, I don't think you will regret it.

But seriously if you haven't already finished your order I would advise you to take time to reconsider.
Lurk here and here.
Edited by DaGoat - 10/26/11 at 3:30am
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Yeah as I said the board is not so relevant, it is the chip you'll get so it's not that important in terms of OC.
Just that with a good board you will need less voltage, and achieve better temps, and have a more stable Bios.
I don't get why everyone go crazy over this extreme 4, is it the PCI-E 3.0? I really can't see where the "too much goodness" is.
Everywhere I see this board requiring more voltage than any Asus board and being less stable.
But anyway, it's a good board, I don't think you will regret it.

But seriously if you haven't already finished your order I would advise you to take time to reconsider.
Lurk here and here.
From the link you show my on the offical sandy stable benchmark, the highest oc is using a Asrock P67 Extreme4.

I love ASUS motherboards and gear in general (own two ASUS laptops, both extremely good quality) but from the list I got to choose from at a similar price, I think ASRock just has the better hand at low/mid range motherboards.

I can't reconsider now, I still haven't finished my order yet but I am like 9999% sold.
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OK! JUST ORDERED IT. I am happy with my decision and cannot wait! Thanks to everyone that helped me. Made my decision a lot less stressful.

Just wondering, its possible to oc the G Skill 8G Ripjaw DDR3 CL9(8GBXL) to 1866mhz (seen a few reviews that have shown that).
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yea im currently running them at 1866 with 9-10-9 timings and theyre pretty stable blend for 5hours and mem test for 10
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The ASRock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3 is an AMAZING board for the price. It shall do you well. I cannot wait to see the progress of your build and to see what kind of an overclock you will be able to get. All the best
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