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It support only DDR3 1600Mhz with IB frown.gif

So IB doesn't support 1333?
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Hopefully these dont have the boot loop issues like the gigabyte z68 boards.
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So IB doesn't support 1333?
Yes but i want higer then 1600 Z68 have max 2133
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Color scheme tends to define a manufacturer in some instances, plus, think of how many parts they have stocked, DIMM slots, heat sinks, PCIe and PCI slots, SATA slots, power plugs, that they can just put on any motherboard.

I agree, I don't think you would see nearly as many ASRock gen3 builds if the boards didn't look so sick.
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Color scheme tends to define a manufacturer in some instances, plus, think of how many parts they have stocked, DIMM slots, heat sinks, PCIe and PCI slots, SATA slots, power plugs, that they can just put on any motherboard.

I agree, I don't think you would see nearly as many ASRock gen3 builds if the boards didn't look so sick.

I also am a huge sheep when it comes to colors. Went Asus for my first two AMD builds because they had the nicest blue component on dark brown/black PCB, went ASRock for my main rig for the red and black, went EVGA on my mATX build for red and black because it was one of the only two options, but much cheaper then the other.
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post #16 of 51

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Yes but i want higer then 1600 Z68 have max 2133


Ivy Bridge natively supports 1600 whereas Sandy Bridge was up to 1333.  Both can support 2133+, you just have to go into the BIOS to adjust them accordingly.

post #17 of 51
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Too bad their blue, seriously, when will manufacturers learn that most enthusiasts (most of the target market of these boards) will make a purchasing decision based of color alone. The only reason I didn't get the Asus motherboards, I wanted a red/black build and ended up going with the AS Rock P67 Professional

Lol exactly. I bought the Rampage IV Extreme just because of the color scheme and the some of the features... But yes. Color is 80% of my decision
post #18 of 51
Doh, none that will do Quad SLI. Look's I will have to go with the ASRock Extreme9.
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post #19 of 51
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Doh, none that will do Quad SLI. Look's I will have to go with the ASRock Extreme9.

lol

Z77 will not support Quad SLI... so doesn't matter the board if the chipset will not support it. so ya you will want to play in the X79 chipsets thumb.gif
post #20 of 51
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Ivy Bridge natively supports 1600 whereas Sandy Bridge was up to 1333.  Both can support 2133+, you just have to go into the BIOS to adjust them accordingly.

Correct... some Z77 boards can support RAM of 2400 biggrin.gif
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