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Amazon today unveiled its Black Friday Deals web site, complete with a Daily Deal starting today!
http://betanews.com/2012/11/01/this-year-amazon-brings-black-friday-a-bit-early/
Maybe Amazon UK will also start earlier?
Nice find! I hope they give people some idea of what sorts of things will be on sale and when, according to the article the deals end on the 24th of December, I was wanting to buy before then.
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If you can't get the crosshair V then go sabertooth you won't be disappointed
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Amazon today unveiled its Black Friday Deals web site, complete with a Daily Deal starting today!
http://betanews.com/2012/11/01/this-year-amazon-brings-black-friday-a-bit-early/
Maybe Amazon UK will also start earlier?
Newegg launched their "Black November" as well already.
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I think the amazon and newegg deals are to get people buying early, most of the sale prices arnt really deals at all compared to past sales. These arnt the real black friday/cyber monday deals. But I bought the 500r for $80ar yesterday because I dont see it going that much lower and its the case I really wanted. Im going for a similar build as you OP, but with the fx-6300.

I was looking at MSI boards, particularly -

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130650

or

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130649

I was wondering if the first would be enough for ocing the 6300 to 4.4-4.5 on air, with a good cooler ofcourse? Im not gonna do anything crazy other than oc 7870 or 7950 gpu. I also dont plan on doing more than a crossfire set up in the future with a wifi card. I dont mean the thread hijack but since its a similar build I dont think it called for another topic?

I wanna stay away from Asus because of what was mentioned earlier with their refusing to support older am3+ bios for piledriver; that kind of attitude turns me off as a consumer as Im sure those boards are plenty capable of running vishera. Gigabyte scared me off with some bad reviews. I read that MSI really turned around with their 990fxa quality and it should make up for their previous failures. But then again every board can have something bad said about it. I really hope to not spend more than $140 on a sale price.

So far for my build I picked up the 500r for $80ar; 2x4gb samsung 1600 mem for $29; and seasonic 750x gold modular psu for $110.
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I bought my 990fxa gd80 V2 for $144 on the egg a week ago, it's a nice board. The power delivery set up has enough ooomph to push an 8350 to 5.2 Ghz in initial testing smile.gif. I really can't say if its worth the extra cash over the GD 65 but so far, I'm happy.
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the best one is Crosshair V ..hands down
 
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I found this thread recently: http://www.overclock.net/t/946407/amd-motherboard-vrm-info-database-now-with-socket-fm2/0_100 and noticed that the Asrock Fatality motherboard has a 12+2 VRM set-up which is 4 more than every other AM3+ motherboard available. Is this really significant or more of a marketing stunt? does it really make that much difference compared to the 8+2 design of the other motherboards like the Asus Sabertooth?
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I found this thread recently: http://www.overclock.net/t/946407/amd-motherboard-vrm-info-database-now-with-socket-fm2/0_100 and noticed that the Asrock Fatality motherboard has a 12+2 VRM set-up which is 4 more than every other AM3+ motherboard available. Is this really significant or more of a marketing stunt? does it really make that much difference compared to the 8+2 design of the other motherboards like the Asus Sabertooth?

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I found this thread recently: http://www.overclock.net/t/946407/amd-motherboard-vrm-info-database-now-with-socket-fm2/0_100 and noticed that the Asrock Fatality motherboard has a 12+2 VRM set-up which is 4 more than every other AM3+ motherboard available. Is this really significant or more of a marketing stunt? does it really make that much difference compared to the 8+2 design of the other motherboards like the Asus Sabertooth?

Nope....I have seen the performance of this MOBO with my friend using a phenom 2 x6 1055t CPU and until now still rockin and very easy to overclock because of its 12+2 VRM set up for almost 2 years....

believe me ASROCK products now are good because they change already there manufacturing company...........

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... according to the article the deals end on the 24th of December, I was wanting to buy before then.

Black Friday Deals Week 2012 @ Amazon UK
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Black Friday Deals Week 2012 will run on our Today's Deals page from November 19 to 25 ...
... Missed deals during the week? You can grab them again over the 'Black Friday Reloaded' weekend on November 24 and 25.

More: http://www.amazon.co.uk/b?node=161428031
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