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I'm torn between this board and the extreme9... OP congrats on your purchase! haters are gona hate thumb.gif

Have you done any overclocking on this yet?????

Edit: Just ordered the Fatal1ty will be here in the morning biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

good to hear that your new boards is better, honestly your OC might go up and required vcore should go down too, because the P67 Fatality uses D-PAK NIKOS like MOSFETs for the CPU VRM! lol The Z77 should be much better since they got called out on it. However the P67 used a digital PWM and your Z77 uses analog PWM even though asrock is telling you it is digital, it isn't Intersil doesn't make digital PWMs. It is a perfect senario if you can tell us which requires more vcore for the CPU OC id be interested, beucase i want to know:
How does Digital with terrible MOSFETs(P67) compare to Analog with better MOSFETs(Z77)?


Hi Sin, do any z77 boards use (real) digital PWM? How can we find that info?

Also, regarding the p67/z68 vs z77 differences debate: the z77 has the potential for higher memory speeds. In this case the Asrock boards are rated at 2133 for the p67/z68 vs 2800 for the z77 boards. There are other subtle differences like the LAN ports, and depending on Sin's info, 12+6 PWM vs 16+8 PWM...etc.

@BMWM1, could you post your rig specs in your signature section? It will make it easier for readers to get a better picture of your system and help others who are building their own. thumb.gif
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I would also like to see this. I realize its as likely as seeing a unicorn on my way to work tomorrw, but I would still like to see it.

Honestly without even using the boards themselves and you look at side by side details how in the world would you not think the Z77 would not be faster or better. I just dont get it I maybe be a novice but I know how to read moving from a P67 to Z77 is a improvement that I can see and feel. My windows scores improved and my 3d bench mark scores improved .COMPUTER IS FASTER.
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