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Idiotic reason, for anything.

Indeed, but if you make 10-20K per month and you love to build or play with computers, why not? *shrug*

I know I would spend a lot of computers and cars given I had a huge income like that.
    
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post #32 of 58
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Indeed, but if you make 10-20K per month and you love to build or play with computers, why not? *shrug*
I know I would spend a lot of computers and cars given I had a huge income like that.

Who makes 20K a month mad.gif

I want me some of that job
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This board still takes 22nm CPU's. I'm good for now!

This.

My P8P67 since 2001 UEFI update, supports 22nm CPUs and PCI Express 3.0 GPUs.

No it doesn't. There is no native support for pcie 3.0.
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most engineering degrees, have a 10k a month starting salery, sigh, wish i were an engineer,
guess i better get in to uni (only 18 ATM )
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most engineering degrees, have a 10k a month starting salery, sigh, wish i were an engineer,
guess i better get in to uni (only 18 ATM )
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My dad is an engineer (Civil) and he earn less than 10K per month.

Typically those who work in the medical field net more than 10K per month.
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most engineering degrees, have a 10k a month starting salery, sigh, wish i were an engineer,
guess i better get in to uni (only 18 ATM )
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Wow! Where can I apply? I work as a engineer and dont get 10K...
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post #37 of 58
No probs, I'm keeping my beloved p67 sabertooth for as long as it lasts <3
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so if i RMA my broken P67 Sabertooth...i will get a Sabertooth Z77 instead...??
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post #39 of 58
Glad they're keeping the Z68 boards for a bit.

But in all seriousness, I hope AMD will bring some competition to the table. It's not fun paying $200 for a new motherboard every 2 years thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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... I think that means what you said. D:
No, it's not to do with microcode updates but to do with management engine firmware. I think you need version 8 to use unlocked ivy bridge multipliers, most P67 still have version 7.
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