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Well......technically PLX..........but yeah. PCIe 3.0 x8/x8 is perfectly good for SLI/Xfire.

However, I'd say the UD3H is the better choice over the TZ77XE3. The XE3 is, however, worth it when it goes near $100, but its currently at its normal price (although it does go to $100 often).


Resell the ram that the XE3 comes with tongue.gif
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That board is around 220 if i am not mistaken it has dual x16 pcie slots?

That would be nice but like Queso said it will run x8/x8 SLI - Xfire. I've primarily used Asus products and luckily never had to RMA anything so I can't tell you about their customer service.
    
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Excellent choice. smile.gif I plan on using my 3770k for the next 5+ years, same goes for my GTX 780.

That's what I'm saying. As much as I've thrown down on my system alone + the water cooling I'm gonna run it into the ground lol. If anything I'll add a 2nd 780, but that will probably be another 2yrs.
    
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Ill buy your 8350!
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Ill buy your 8350!

Noooo I was gonna say the exact same thing lol.biggrin.gif
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post #36 of 37
As others have said Gigabyte UD3H is a superb z77 board for overclocking, if your looking at others dont buy the asrock extreme4, its cheap but has poor VRMs.

The 3770k is a good choice, you should be able to do up to about 4.5ghz, or up to 5ghz if you are lucky and are willing to delid your cpu.

The 4770ks seem to be really strange in that im seeing quite a few people saying they cant even overclock over like 4ghz with them, almost all 2600k and 3770k I know of can do 4.5ghz.
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Pm your guys offer to but this processor, i have only used it for a week.
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