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I have considered upgrading to 2011 for some time, but wanted to ask around a little before I made up my mind.

I have used Gigabyte boards in my rig for the last few years, and I had planned on getting a high end Gigabyte board for 2011, if I decide to upgrade that is. But I have noticed that there seems to be an overwhelming amount of people that went with the Asus Rampage IV for 2011. I know the Rampage boards have always been popular, but lately I have gotten the impression that everyone use the Rampage. Even on hwbot it seems that the Rampage IV is the only board being used, where as on the previous sockets there were Gigabyte boards up there as well. And the x79-ud7 seems to be out of stock everywhere. So naturally I have gotten a little suspicious about this. Is Gigabyte having problems with their x79 boards or do they have something new coming that I should be aware of?

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the ud7 is a limited edition board, so will be hard to find,
the Asus Rampage IV has many features and on a already expensive platform, many people reason you may as well get the 'best' board if ur spending that much on a chip. its not bad reasoning, thumb.gif
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I didnt think gigabyte had a problem with thier x79 line up as they did with thier 1155 line up but i must admit if i built a SB-E i would get an Asus x79 Rampage IV as they are as you have seen used by many and from my what i see are one of the best thumb.gif
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No problems with Gigabyte boards. Go check some reviews. thumb.gif
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I am also considering upgrading to the X79 platform, and have been using Gigabyte motherboards for some years now. This time around I may go with Asus however. Gigabyte seems to have had some problems with the P67 and Z68 platform and while some may say that it was due to those boards having a hybrid Bios, and a change in management (which seems to have reverted to how it was before), the fact is that the X79 motherboards also had to have that Bios update to provide reliability under overclocking, so I'm not so sure they are back on the right track yet. It seems that the Z77 platform is where they will go back to their good old days, but I'll wait and see.

As to the Rampage, it surely does seem that a lot of people are getting that board. I considered it, but I ended up putting it aside: it's too expensive (for the features I would actually be using, of course) and I won't be using a lot of its features like the OC Key, and it's also extended ATX, so it wouldn't even fit my case. I also considered the Rampage Formula, but I don't like the fact that it only has 4 DIMM slots. It's fine for gaming, sure, but I like having 8 DIMM slots so I can space the DIMMS for better air circulation.

All things considered, I will buy the Sabertooth, it is ATX, has 8 DIMM slots, has TUF components and a corresponding 5 year warranty. From what I've read, it's a great motherboard and people are happy with it. And it's cheaper than the Rampages. And only $10 more than the P9X79 Pro.
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I've been reading on the hwbot forum and it seems the x79-ud7 has indeed been having some problems. And as mentioned, it has now gone out of production apparently. But assuming that x79 will be around for some time, what is Gigabyte going to replace the ud7 with? As long as I can remember, Gigabyte have made awesome high end boards, and surely they need to have a board like that available for people to buy. A board that will compete with the Rampage IV.
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Originally Posted by Op125 View Post

I've been reading on the hwbot forum and it seems the x79-ud7 has indeed been having some problems. And as mentioned, it has now gone out of production apparently. But assuming that x79 will be around for some time, what is Gigabyte going to replace the ud7 with? As long as I can remember, Gigabyte have made awesome high end boards, and surely they need to have a board like that available for people to buy. A board that will compete with the Rampage IV.

Well, they have the G1.Assassin 2. In my country it's even more expensive than the Rampage IV Extreme. Haven't read anything about it though (and it only has 4 DIMM slots). It doesn't seem to compare to the Rampage Extreme though, I'd say it is competing in the same market as the Rampage Formula
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Screw Gigabyte get the ASRock Extreme9
    
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Well, they have the G1.Assassin 2. In my country it's even more expensive than the Rampage IV Extreme. Haven't read anything about it though (and it only has 4 DIMM slots). It doesn't seem to compare to the Rampage Extreme though, I'd say it is competing in the same market as the Rampage Formula

Ye, I guess. But I'm one of those people who couldn't live with having a heatsink shaped like a gun on my motherboard tongue.gif Which is also one of the reasons why I didn't get the original Assassin board and went for the x58 OC board instead. Plus, I don't really have any use for the network chip and onboard sound chip. I'd rather have a hardcore overclocking board with less features. This might end up with me trying to get my hands on a 990x instead and see how far I can push it tongue.gif I guess the reason I want something new is because of the fact that my 970 really doesn't overclock that well. It needs 1.42 volts to be completely stable at 4.2 GHz, which isn't that great tbh. The other option would be to ditch Gigabyte and go for the Rampage IV. But since I'm kind of a Gigabyte fanboy that would make me feel sad in a way.
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Screw Gigabyte get the ASRock Extreme9

I don't think they sell ASRock boards in Norway. I might get one on ebay or something, but not from the normal retailers.
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