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I'm 22 as well best age ever rolleyes.gif
But you're good too go the UD3 is perfect.

What is the difference between three? Revisions?

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What is the difference between three? Revisions?

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There's different power regulations I believe and
  1. UD3 Has 6 Sata ports and Sli.
  2. UD5 Has 8 Sata ports and Tri Sli.
  3. UD7 Has Quad Sli better cooling
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What is the difference between three? Revisions?

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There's different power regulations I believe and
  1. UD3 Has 6 Sata ports and Sli.
  2. UD5 Has 8 Sata ports and Tri Sli.
  3. UD7 Has Quad Sli better cooling

Damn. I will probably only use two of the SATA, at most. I wish they had this same exact board with less ports, at a lower price.

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Edited by Joeful - 2/27/13 at 9:59pm
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What is the difference between three? Revisions?

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There's different power regulations I believe and
  1. UD3 Has 6 Sata ports and Sli.
  2. UD5 Has 8 Sata ports and Tri Sli.
  3. UD7 Has Quad Sli better cooling

Damn. I will probably only use two of the SATA, at most. I wish they had this same exact board with less ports, at a lower price.

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The price difference would be minimal as you're not paying for an extra controller but just for some extra plastic and wiring.
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Disregard this post. I have decided to get the 3570K instead.
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Disregard this post. I have decided to get the 3570K instead.
Why? The 8350 is a better overclocker and better CPU for most newer games.
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Why? The 8350 is a better overclocker and better CPU for most newer games.

I don't want to start an AMD/Intel war. I came the conclusion that the 3570K is better for me. It's only 30 dollars more. I don't need all those cores.
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I don't want to start an AMD/Intel war. I came the conclusion that the 3570K is better for me. It's only 30 dollars more. I don't need all those cores.

If you plan on using your current PSU with two cards it's a good choice as your PSU will take longer to die from overloading it.

What resolution on your monitor? I doubt you need two cards.
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If you plan on using your current PSU with two cards it's a good choice as your PSU will take longer to die from overloading it.

What resolution on your monitor? I doubt you need two cards.

I probably don't, but I like maxing out settings, including those kn the Nvidia and Catalyst settings. I am at 1920 x 1080.
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