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The Z77-D3H was plaqued by problems booting i wouldn't expect the UD3H to do much better biggrin.gif
Decent board onwards is a Z77X-D3H or a UD series
Just make sure ya really got the fan blowing towards the rear though biggrin.gif

I don't use cases, so cooling is the same either way. front to back, back to front, open air every direction.
I still have a few other z77 boards, using the ud3h for the daily rig right now. Overclocks aren't as important but it gets annoying with the weird memory boot thing.
    
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I had lots of issues with my ud5h, ram wise...I kinda miss it though, it had nice features and the pcb was beastly, really well made.
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