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post #21 of 61
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Originally Posted by DoktorCreepy View Post

The boards DeXel recommends are the best for that price point.
vrm info. http://sinhardware.com/images/vrm.jpg
how much do you want to spend?

Well I would have one of this 3 mentioned upstairs. So that 2 gigabyte or asrock. I also think on water cooling now since idk what gots better cooling.
post #22 of 61
I think 130+\- 10€
Atm I think about the Extreme4 or gigabyte ga990Fxa ud3 if it would work with my hardware. Im building something for 1st time and Im not familiar wirth this stuff....
Ps: I want to overclock
Sry I looked again on page 2 and didnt saw my old post and as I write from my mobile I cant copy and paste to the old one....
Edited by UglyCheater - 10/28/12 at 1:15pm
post #23 of 61
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I think 130+\- 10€
Atm I think about the Extreme4 or gigabyte ga990Fxa ud3 if it would work with my hardware. Im building something for 1st time and Im not familiar wirth this stuff....
Ps: I want to overclock
Sry I looked again on page 2 and didnt saw my old post and as I write from my mobile I cant copy and paste to the old one....

Don't know about Gigabyte but AsRock has been very OC friendly specially for 1st timers. There is a Sandy/Ivy Bridge overclocking guide using AsRock boards in OCN so that'll make it a lot easier for you since you can just refer to guide to overclock. It's quite easy to understand, I got my 3570K to 4.7GHz using the guide.
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But what about features Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H has better one than ASRock Z77-Extreme 4?

GA-Z77X-UD5H:
1. 3D Bios - is it useful, better than normal UEFI one, it's look like some extra addition which generallyis not needed?
2. 3D Power All Digital Engine - the same question I really need it for overclocking my processor?
3. 333 Onboard Acceleration - is it useful?
4. On/Off Charge - is ok, I have iPhone but I think original charger is better so I don't need it.
5. Onboard OC Features - I think I don't need it too.
6. EZ Smart Response - I don't have SSD drive so I don't need it too right now maybe for future purpose.
7. Lucid Universal MVP (Virtu MVP) - this is what I need for better fps and quality in game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
8. SLI nVidia - I need it too for future purpose.
9. mSATA - maybe I will use it for future purpose (right now I don't need it).

ASRock Z77-Extreme 4:
1. XFast 555 Technology - interesting programs, I will use it for sure.
2. Virtual Vsync - I think Gigabyte don't have it, and ot's really good feature.
3. Dehumidifier - don't need it.
4. No-K OC Technology - interesting but I think I don't need it too.
5. THX TruStudio - maybe I will use it.
6. Quad SLI nVidia - I need it too for future purpose.

Thanks in advance for directing me to better one.
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Virtual Vsync
Lucid Universal MVP (Virtu MVP)

Same thing.
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XFast 555 Technology
333 Onboard Acceleration
EZ Smart Response
Dehumidifier

Marketing. Software related stuff can be done without these tools.
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THX TruStudio

UD5H has it too. In fact, it also adds 600 ohm headphone amp.




You won't find difference by comparing official specs. UD5H has much better VRM. That includes mosfets, PWM, chokes and etc. It also has much thicker PCB as far as I remember, so it has better build quality. Would you need it? Probably nor for 4.5 Ghz.

You can also save few bucks and get Biostar TZ77EX4 or Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H. They also have better VRM than ASRock
Edited by DeXel - 10/30/12 at 11:09am
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post #26 of 61
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You can also save few bucks and get Biostar TZ77EX4 or Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H. They also have better VRM than ASRock

But can you overclock them as far as ASrock´s?
post #27 of 61
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But can you overclock them as far as ASrock´s?

Dude, UD3H has one of the world records on maximum frequency. Of course it can, and will do it more easily. Good luck getting LN2 overclocks with Extreme4.

Better VRM is better overclock unless BIOS is totally screwed up.
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post #28 of 61
Honestly you can't go wrong with any of these boards. wink.gif

Oh I love Gigabyte's PCB color, it's matte black I believe, AsRock is poop brown so yeah..I still love my Extreme4 though. BioStar PCB is red I think? Not sure, but the brown PCB on AsRock is so 80's IMO. hehe
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post #29 of 61
Go with the Gigabyte!

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post #30 of 61
Asrock z77 extreme 4. I was a bit skeptical at first seeing how well priced it is. alas when I bought it and overclocked my 3570k it was awesome. id say a 4.8ghz overclock on an i5 3570k on air is pretty impressive
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