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When should we start seeing these boards hitting the shelves ?
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The ASUS P8Z77-V and P8Z77-V PRO seem VERY similar. Couple USB ports in difference is all I could point out. I think there's room to save money here by getting the standard version.

Btw, why's everyone so excited about the ITX boards?
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When should we start seeing these boards hitting the shelves ?

30-45 days.
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I can't wait to get either Asrock Extreme6 or Extreme4 and overclock i5-3570K to 5GHz on these bad boys.
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Oh the new revo looks sweet.
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Ivy Bridge can't come soon enough! drool.gif
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Thanks for the info OP. Going to make another BIOS/driver thread for Asus Z77 boards. smilingsmiley.gif
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well i was planning on buying a house, but count me in for this

buy the house then rent the basement out to a students then buy the board = win biggrin.gif
post #18 of 136
Interesting. So now I count three Z77 boards that support Quad-SLI:

ASrock Extreme9 (8x,8x,8x,8x with PLX chip)

EVGA Z77 FTW (8x,8x,8x,8x with PLX chip)

Asus P8Z77 WS (16x,8x,8x,8x [not sure what PCI-E 3.0 bridge multiplier they are using here to get that lane count])
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Yeah, I am thinking of buying a house as well and just renting it, if I rent 3 floors that is a lot of profit for me!
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Yeah, I am thinking of buying a house as well and just renting it, if I rent 3 floors that is a lot of profit for me!


I read "house" as "horse". That made for a strange sentence smile.gif

Anyways, I'm liking the Asus boards.
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