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post #31 of 61
for me gigabyte Z77X-UD3H and asrock Extreme 4 is equal except on your description on BIOSTAR...

I mean it i didnt seen in actual or having too much reviews about this mobo brand.....maybe this brand in the next level of this two but im not sure....

i love to try or have Extreme 4 too because as i know both of them are good overclocking mobo.... biggrin.gif
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post #32 of 61
Both are fine choices. I didn't go AsRock simply because downloading drivers/software is a complete joke. The website looks like it's run out of the custodial closet of some community college, and speeds are dial up (IF you get them to work for your continent).
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Is MSI worth its weight these days? Completely unrelated, but what's a decent OC board for LGA 2011?
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I would recommend the Z77X-UD3H or the Z77X-UD5H the ud5 is a bit more 179 at micro center. I just picked up a UD5 myself and love it. I choose the ud5 for the extra sata III ports mainly and the single piece heat sink on the board. Good luck thumb.gif
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for me gigabyte Z77X-UD3H and asrock Extreme 4 is equal except on your description on BIOSTAR...
I mean it i didnt seen in actual or having too much reviews about this mobo brand.....maybe this brand in the next level of this two but im not sure....
i love to try or have Extreme 4 too because as i know both of them are good overclocking mobo.... biggrin.gif

BIOSTAR had good boards back when ASRock was nothing (LGA775 era). They use same PWM as ASRock Extreme4 and 6 on XE4, but unlike them, BIOSTAR uses all 6 phases with the same mosfets as on Extreme6. I can't say for sure how good their software is though.
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Is MSI worth its weight these days? Completely unrelated, but what's a decent OC board for LGA 2011?

MSI has some good boards. Most Z77 boards, however, aren't priced good, so it's hard to recommend them.
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post #36 of 61
I don't need a Z77, I bought one for someone else's build and passed them the bill. I need an LGA 2011 board for myself. I've never used MSI, just EVGA, GigaByte, Asus and another brand I can't remember.
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you can see what mobo i'm using i'm my sig, is rock solid and i do use virtu mvp, Also, cpu is stable at 4.5 oc. smile.gif Have no complains.
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Choose any of the above boards because each and every one will do 4.5ghz easy as long as your chip can do it.
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