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@falconer... I am really on a tight budget, that is why I am thinking of buying GA-G41MT-S2 along with CM Hyper 212+... Could u suggest a mobo along with processor which could let me achieve 4.5ghz under 150-200$????
@croy.. Do U think my PC would have achieved 4.2ghz with ur mobo and CM hyper 212+ ???

yeah.
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Okay guys.. I've Shortlisted some Z68 mobos right here... plz tell me which is the better one and which cpu it uses and how much will I be able to overclock it??? Here they are:-

1)ASUS P8Z68-M PRO
2)Intel DZ68DB
3)MSI Z68A-GD55 (B3)
4)Gigabyte GA-Z68MA-D2H-B3
post #53 of 59
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Okay guys.. I've Shortlisted some Z68 mobos right here... plz tell me which is the better one and which cpu it uses and how much will I be able to overclock it??? Here they are:-
1)ASUS P8Z68-M PRO
2)Intel DZ68DB
3)MSI Z68A-GD55 (B3)
4)Gigabyte GA-Z68MA-D2H-B3

MSI Z68A-GD55 (B3) <--- this one. but are you aware that you alse need to buy a new processor?

MSI Z68A-GD55 (B3) - $170
Intel Core i5-2500K - $225

Total: $395
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It's never a sure thing. You can buy the most expensive or best mobo out there, but that's not a guarantee you will get to 4.5Ghz. At some point in time your cpu won't go any further.
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MSI Z68A-GD55 (B3) <--- this one. but are you aware that you alse need to buy a new processor?
MSI Z68A-GD55 (B3) - $170
Intel Core i5-2500K - $225
Total: $395

OMG!! I think I should stick to the 775 boards so that it supports e5800... Any suggestion guys?? Of Course Under 100$...
post #56 of 59
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OMG!! I think I should stick to the 775 boards so that it supports e5800... Any suggestion guys?? Of Course Under 100$...

just get a CPU Cooler first.
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I'll buy them both together... so plz suggest me a good mobo under 100$ and with it i will buy the CM Hyper 212+...
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I'll buy them both together... so plz suggest me a good mobo under 100$ and with it i will buy the CM Hyper 212+...

get the same mobo like i have. or if you can find a used P45 boards, go with it.
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post #59 of 59
I have an e5800 as well in one of my builds i'm also a rookie at overclocking , however ive found that ram is very important , with my asus boards i always go jumperfree lol , i get higher clocks on supertalent ram over ebay quality whitelabel ram . for instance my q6600 quad core build i put 2x4 gb white label in it originally , tried a misely 5% on it , would not overclock at all , i then bought some supertalent w heat spreaders , went back to jumperfree got 15% stable using an auto system , i'm more adept to my msi boards overclocking ai , i get more like 25%+ on them my favorite board for oclocking has been the MSI G31TM-p21 its awesome ive bought 3 now and they all rock , i'm running E5800 in one, e2140 in another and i kept a 3rd one for backup in case i oclock one of these too much lol:D
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