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So although the asus has more VRM chips than my biostar, does not necessarily mean that it will OC better? I am looking at the asus especially because it is much cheaper than newegg has it, while the rest of the boards are about what newegg is selling them for.
The Asus isn't a particularly big step up, if you want a good overclocking board that isn't going to break the bank then Gigabyte is your best bet.
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What i find really odd is the cheapest asus board has more VRM chips than anything above it until you hit the 200 dollar V-pro or V. The V-LX, V-LK, V-LE PLUS all have fewer VRM chips (6 in most cases, 3 above socket and 3 to the side).
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It comes to VRM quality. In particular to mosfet quality. Asus uses LF-PAKs on most of their boards. LE has 6 phases for CPU with decent mosfets. However, I am skeptical that Asus limited the boards ability to OC well...
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So im looking at the D3H right now, it seems to have the same setup as the asus (5+4) but the chips are R36 compared to the asus which are R68. This doesent really mean anything to me as of yet, can someone elaborate?
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What i find really odd is the cheapest asus board has more VRM chips than anything above it until you hit the 200 dollar V-pro or V. The V-LX, V-LK, V-LE PLUS all have fewer VRM chips (6 in most cases, 3 above socket and 3 to the side).
For the most part, Asus boards are overpriced. They're kind of the Corsair of the motherboard and graphics card world, they make solid components that look pretty, have good marketing and charge more than they should. Not saying they're bad though smile.gif
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So although the asus has more VRM chips than my biostar, does not necessarily mean that it will OC better? I am looking at the asus especially because it is much cheaper than newegg has it, while the rest of the boards are about what newegg is selling them for.

That's correct.

While having more phases is technically better, the quality of the components used is much more important.

For example, you'd be much better off with a true quality 6+2 phase PWM than a doubled 4+1 phase PWM. There's really no way of knowing this just by looking at pictures of the board on Newegg, so you have to do some digging around before you know for sure.

We've already done the digging for you (thanks to Sin0822 for doing the dirty work), which is we don't recommend any of the boards you listed. thumb.gif
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Well i am kind of confused then i guess. Because the D3H has apparently the same setup in terms of phases as the asus (5+4), but different chips on it. The asus is just really appealing because of the price at microcenter (80 bucks after MIR).
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Gigabyte is currently using the best components in their VRMs, especially in their budget boards. Asus also has quality stuff, but you have to go quite a bit higher in their lineup (and price) to get a decent board. And even then Gigabyte still has the better stuff. ASrock is actually a few steps behind them and use the lowest quality components in their VRMs; especially on the Z77 Extreme4. Which is pretty disappointing, as their previous Z68 Extreme4 was actually very good.

Anyways, for your budget the board you want is the Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H. By far the best choice in that price range.
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Then get P8Z77-V LE . It has less features than D3H and doesn't even offer SLI support, but you don't need it, and due to Microcenter promo, you pay less anyway.

Otherwise, GD55 is $109 after MIR.
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Can someone elaborate as to why (tech geek speak, i can take it:P) the gigabyte parts are better at the lower price ranges? Its not that i dont take your word for it, id just like to hear the details as to why. And it seems to get into the good asus stuff id need to spend 200 bucks, which im not really willing to do.
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