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DAT PRICE...
Well, what else you got EVGA? Show me the more practical SLI and Micro boards please.

Same here. EVGA boards have never impressed me, too expensive and not as good as other brands. Asus is better in every way.
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DAT PRICE...
Well, what else you got EVGA? Show me the more practical SLI and Micro boards please.

Same here. EVGA boards have never impressed me, too expensive and not as good as other brands. Asus is better in every way.
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MSRP: $329.99

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So let me get this straight, this board has 8 power phases, while the asus deluxe has 16+4 power phases, wifi, 2 more sata 6.0 ports, every pcie lane full speed AND a 279.99 MSRP? rolleyes.gif
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EVGA hasn't made a good motherboard since the X58 classified
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Same here. EVGA boards have never impressed me, too expensive and not as good as other brands. Asus is better in every way.
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So let me get this straight, this board has 8 power phases, while the asus deluxe has 16+4 power phases, wifi, 2 more sata 6.0 ports, every pcie lane full speed AND a 279.99 MSRP? rolleyes.gif
Z77 Deluxe's 3rd long PCIE is 2.0
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Z77 Deluxe's 3rd long PCIE is 2.0

And according to the manual the 2nd's PCI-E 3.0 x16 slot will only run at x8, so we only have 1 full speed PCI-E x16 3.0 slot. Pretty sure this is how most Z77 boards are doing it. PCI-E 3.0 x16 running at x8 is still incredibly overkill (I believe it's equal or faster than PCI-E 2.0 x16?).

I just got my deluxe today and here's what the manual states:
1x PCI-E 3.0 X16 (runs at x16)
1x PCI-E 3.0 X16 (runs at x8)
1x PCI-E 2.0 x16
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Same here. EVGA boards have never impressed me, too expensive and not as good as other brands. Asus is better in every way.
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So let me get this straight, this board has 8 power phases, while the asus deluxe has 16+4 power phases, wifi, 2 more sata 6.0 ports, every pcie lane full speed AND a 279.99 MSRP? rolleyes.gif

More phases is not necessarily better. Quality is more important. Although I do not know which phases that EVGA uses on this board.
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Eh, I have never liked any of EVGA's motherboards. Too overpriced for lack of features frown.gif
    
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Eh, I have never liked any of EVGA's motherboards. Too overpriced for lack of features frown.gif

I liked them back in the 775 day's..

I have two boards with lifetime warranty on them

680i and the 780i lol.
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More phases is not necessarily better. Quality is more important. Although I do not know which phases that EVGA uses on this board.

its annoying right?
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