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[SOLVED] Z68 vs P67?

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Hi
I know this question has bean asked before but i havnt seen a really good definite answer.
Im building a new system with a 2500k and i cant decide between the asrock p67 or z68 boars, the only differences i can see are the sli/crossfire with dissimilar cards, ssd caching and a few other things. I am mainly going to be using this board for light gaming, video editing, overclocking, and normal day use. I want a motherboard that im going to get nice high overclock on air ( will be going water soon) and is stable with not many problems. I have heard that the p67 is for overclocking enthusiast is this true? or is the z68 better for overclocking and a big computer tinkerer?
Edited by AmdOC - 2/20/12 at 9:52am
post #2 of 3
Go for the Z68, its a newer chipset that supports more features, they should both o/c to the same amounts. If one is more expensive than the other (i.e. if P67 is a lot cheaper, and you're not going to use the features that you listed, then go with that)
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cool thanks
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