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OK guys I need a new over clocking board for my new 3770k. For some reason my Asus 08p67 pro sucks at overclocking and needs a shed load more volts than what I know the chip needs.

Look into the 200 bucks range honestly go gigabyte asus or msi. thats about it......
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Hmm I saw an old thread where sin recommended the gigabyte ud5h?
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Hmm I saw an old thread where sin recommended the gigabyte ud5h?

That board is great for the price. I recommend Asus products though.
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That board is great for the price. I recommend Asus products though.

I do NOT recommend the P8Z77-V or P8Z77-V Pro, horrible miserable boards. I'm not the only one having problems with it. In fact I've seen about 6 people in one thread with the same problems. That's a small sample size for 6 people to have identical problems.
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$ilent wrote...OK guys I need a new over clocking board for my new 3770k

...Asus Sabertooth Z77 can hit at the very least well over 5.2 GHz at 'relatively' low volts (per above post) and is around $220...has a very strong VRM and related controls...running 32GB of DDR3 2400 Ram with no problems

...Then there are the more expensive Asus ROG boards

...Gigabyte UDxh series, depending on your budget and need for options

...just make sure you get the latest gen boards from Asus or Gigabyte as their Dram lanes already conform to Hawell specs (even if the socket doesn't..., though may be Intel will bring out a Haswell 1155 after all, I heard)
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OK guys I need a new over clocking board for my new 3770k. For some reason my Asus 08p67 pro sucks at overclocking and needs a shed load more volts than what I know the chip needs.

Z68 boards are known to have issues with Ivy chips, so no prob...
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That board is great for the price. I recommend Asus products though.

It is great all around but sucks at ram overclocking, if you don't mind matx the Maximus V Gene is great and has one of the best bioses for overclocking. (most benchers use it...) Can't beat the price/perf ratio.
If not go with the Asrock Z77 OC Formula or the Z77x-up5 by Gigabyte.
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hmm the sabertooth is like 350 dollars over here, bit too expensive, what about the as rock extreme 4? That's quite cheap

What about the ud3h or gigabyte d3h?
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hmm the sabertooth is like 350 dollars over here, bit too expensive, what about the as rock extreme 4? That's quite cheap

Extreme6 is worth the extra money. I've found that overclocking RAM on the ASRock boards is a lot more difficult. It's doable but takes a lot more time messing with sub-timings when the only plus about my P8Z77-V Pro is it would adjust those sub timings automatically.
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hmm the sabertooth is like 350 dollars over here, bit too expensive, what about the as rock extreme 4? That's quite cheap

What about the ud3h or gigabyte d3h?

Look for the Maximus V Gene, Sabertooth is an overpriced POS. thumb.gif

Price low to high I'd reccomend:

-Extreme 6
-Z77X-UD3H
-Maximus V Gene
-OC Formula
-Maximus V Formula / UP5
-Maximus V Extreme
-UP7
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I got the MVG for only $150. The $50 discount from MC + a coupon. tongue.gif
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