So you're saying the GD65 Gamer has enough grunt for Overclocking on Ln2?
That is great to know, I don't plan on overclocking really high when I get my Haswell stuff however.
Comparing the two board's UEFI Bios *mpower and GD65* are they similar in comparison to overclocking settings, or is the Mpower have more doodads to tinker with?
I am compelled to get the Gamer board cause it's cheaper, but since MSI checks the Mpower before being shipped for overclocking prowess would it be a better move to go with the Mpower.
One last question:
How are people doing with overclocking on a Hyper 212 EVO/Plus?
The GD65 had everything you need to OC just fine. Mpower carries more features for ram OC and power settings though which can be beneficial for high oc on ambient cooling and certain benchies which like tweaking latency settings and such. Mpower as mentioned is pretested with an OC and load from the factory.