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Check the original source, it's there.

Oh, gotcha. Thanks thumb.gif
post #22 of 29

im going to buy IVY but im not going to switch from my Z68

post #23 of 29
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im going to buy IVY but im not going to switch from my Z68

There's no reason to switch. Z77 adds nothing except native USB 3.0 pci-e 3.0 , which nearly every Z68 board has anyway.
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The best reason to switch to Z77 is because it's the cool thing to do! That, and it has to be lucky in some capacity. I'll be upgrading from 2500K / P67 to 3770K / Z77 asap, I want a folding boost and a fresh chipset wink.gif
     
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The best reason to switch to Z77 is because it's the cool thing to do! That, and it has to be lucky in some capacity. I'll be upgrading from 2500K / P67 to 3770K / Z77 asap, I want a folding boost and a fresh chipset wink.gif

youuu want a fresh chipset? look at me. lol.

i'll be grabbing a 3770k along with the z77, it's been too long without an upgrade.
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youuu want a fresh chipset? look at me. lol.
i'll be grabbing a 3770k along with the z77, it's been too long without an upgrade.

cuz life is short right smile.gif
post #28 of 29
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youuu want a fresh chipset? look at me. lol.
i'll be grabbing a 3770k along with the z77, it's been too long without an upgrade.

lol we are in the same boat... def in need of an update lol
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youuu want a fresh chipset? look at me. lol.
i'll be grabbing a 3770k along with the z77, it's been too long without an upgrade.

*ahem*


I've been pondering whether to just get an i5-2500k + Z68, or to just go with a 3770k+Z77. Assuming it's only ~$110 more to go with Ivy+Z77, I'll probably do that. If the pricing is substantially different from what Sandy Bridge was, however, I'll probably just snag an i5-2500k
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