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Going out to test it now, I've just got a P67-UD7 at hand now so need to check how that works.

AFAIK that board is using ME7 so you're probably going to find out you can not use your IB unlocked multi's.
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yeah, max multi 38 on that board, Off to buy a Z77. Whats preferred out if this ones?

http://www.digitalimpuls.no/Search.aspx?q=z77

Its in Norwegian but you see the names.
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Any decent US $170+ board with voltage check points and UEFI should work great.
    
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yeah, max multi 38 on that board, Off to buy a Z77. Whats preferred out if this ones?
http://www.digitalimpuls.no/Search.aspx?q=z77
Its in Norwegian but you see the names.

ASUS P8Z77-V PRO should be the one most will buy.
 
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yeah, max multi 38 on that board, Off to buy a Z77. Whats preferred out if this ones?
http://www.digitalimpuls.no/Search.aspx?q=z77
Its in Norwegian but you see the names.

I think the maximus is the best for overclock rolleyes.gif
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ASUS P8Z77-V PRO should be the one most will buy.

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Can you compare it with the 3820 too?


Answer would be no, he will needs a X79 board ($300+)..

 
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