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From what I understand all of Gen 3 boards will support ivy.

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@MrJosh the p8z68-v let would be OK then, but for much more over 4.5 ghz I would recommend another board, as the power phases are not the best. So if you are only going to OC a little bit, like the speeds you mentioned, you should be fine. I have heard of people getting over 5ghz on air with that board tho biggrin.gif
 
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