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Go for the striker extreme, seems better overall.

EDIT: Both have 8-phase Power Design. The SE has more features.
post #13 of 22
Get the P5Q. For LGA775, boards with Intel chipsets tend to overclock better than boards with Nvidia chipsets.
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Originally Posted by wumpus View Post
striker extreme is a much better motherboard. the P43 chipset on the P5QL is terrible, as is the 680i on the striker, but at least the striker has more features.
Why terrible,he has only a E5300 a 800MHz FSB CPU (13x multiplier),so that P5QL-E would max it out easily..

That P5QL-E can hit well over 400MHz with a C2D,I have seen then go up to 440MHz with a C2Q..

Plus its newer design than Striker as P5QL-E has :

1. 8Phase CPU delivery,

2. Load Line Calibration feature = Vdroop is eliminated

3. BIOS overclocking options (Vcore,vPLL,CPU GTL,vNB,vSB,vFSB,vRAM)

4. ICH10R (that means it supports 0,1,5,10 RAID) and it has

5. 45nm Intel P43 chipset that runs very cool..



I would go for P5QL-E..


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Defo p5q, Ive owned both and the striker is well known for bugs, if you dont believe me go on and google striker cpu innit problem. and yes mine failed too after 6 months and so did my second!

I could never overclock my q6600 over 3ghz on the striker, Sure its a better looking board but the chipset sucks.
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P5QL-E ftw.
    
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if i buy and Asus GTS250 to do SLI whit 9800GT...good deal? or not?
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if i buy and Asus GTS250 to do SLI whit 9800GT...good deal? or not?
GTS 250 and 9800GT won't work in SLI. Needs to same card. Example: 8800GT + 8800GT, or 9800GTX + 9800GTX.

And you need a SLI motherboard, or a motherboard with two PCI-E x16 slots that supports Crossfire at least, like Intel P45, then you can use the SLI hack.
    
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post #20 of 22
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so....

Striker > 3

P5QL-E > 4

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