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I have the Z87X-D3H. Love it. Blows any MSI board I've ever owned out of the water. I've had it for about 2 years now with no issues. I'd recommend it. thumb.gif

On OCing, I can tell you that my board runs my 2133MHz rated memory at that speed using a XMP profile. My CPU (i5 4670k) has been OC'd to about 4.9GHz stable, but currently only run it at 4.4GHz while gaming.

Could you share some bios screens, config ? I'm buying also 2x4GB 1866MHz HyperX Kingston memory, I already have a Zalman 10x extreme and also bought a EVGA 750 B2 PSU

Thanks guys, don't get me wrong there are many cool mb here on Brasil, all of them are imported but what kills any hopes is that our currency is almost dead, since you guys helped me I can try to explain. A year ago US$1 = ~R$2,5(reais, my coin) and now it's US$1 = ~R$4. My budget would be R$600 wich is US$150 but unfortunally our current government charges about 80% in taxes, or even more, so anything here costs more than the double in US. Just a short explanation of my situation.
post #12 of 18
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Could you share some bios screens, config ? I'm buying also 2x4GB 1866MHz HyperX Kingston memory, I already have a Zalman 10x extreme and also bought a EVGA 750 B2 PSU

Thanks guys, don't get me wrong there are many cool mb here on Brasil, all of them are imported but what kills any hopes is that our currency is almost dead, since you guys helped me I can try to explain. A year ago US$1 = ~R$2,5(reais, my coin) and now it's US$1 = ~R$4. My budget would be R$600 wich is US$150 but unfortunally our current government charges about 80% in taxes, or even more, so anything here costs more than the double in US. Just a short explanation of my situation.

Here: http://www.anandtech.com/show/6989/intel-z87-motherboard-review-with-haswell-gigabyte-msi-asrock-and-asus-at-200/3

I know it's the lazy way out but I'm not at my sig rig right now. That link will show you the layout and config of the BIOS. In my opinion, the GUI is easy to use and find settings.
Edited by bajer29 - 2/10/16 at 1:22pm
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Here: http://www.anandtech.com/show/6989/intel-z87-motherboard-review-with-haswell-gigabyte-msi-asrock-and-asus-at-200/3

I know it's the lazy way out but I'm not at my sig rig right now. That link will show you the layout and config of the BIOS. In my opinion, the GUI is easy to use and find settings.
I actually wanted your specific configuration to hit 4.9GHz so I could guide myself by them, if you have any chance in the future to send me them that would be awesome! But anyways thanks for the support.
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I actually wanted your specific configuration to hit 4.9GHz so I could guide myself by them, if you have any chance in the future to send me them that would be awesome! But anyways thanks for the support.

It will vary and honestly it's been a long time since I pushed it to 4.9, but it is very doable. You won't have any issues pushing the CPU under minimum voltage. I can post a CPU-z screenshot when I get home for 4.7-4.8GHz.
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What's up guys, just to finish, end up finding a Z87X-UD3H in the exact budget I had, pretty happy since for what I've already know it is one hell of motherboard. Again thanks for the support.
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What's up guys, just to finish, end up finding a Z87X-UD3H in the exact budget I had, pretty happy since for what I've already know it is one hell of motherboard. Again thanks for the support.

wheee.gif Hooray, Good choice wheee.gif
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Z87X-D3H

Here a cheap but good board is the Asus Z97 Pro Gamer, not available to you in Brasil ?
First of all, sorry to highjack this thread but i am looking for the same.
By all means delete my comment if this not allowed.

Now on the question
How do you rate that the z97 pro gamer?
In the past i got really shy of components with the gamer tag since it means nothing or even worse, it is not good use besides gaming.
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First of all, sorry to highjack this thread but i am looking for the same.
By all means delete my comment if this not allowed.

Now on the question
How do you rate that the z97 pro gamer?
In the past i got really shy of components with the gamer tag since it means nothing or even worse, it is not good use besides gaming.

Yeah dont pay attention to tags like Gamer.
Most dont mean anything....

But this Z97 Pro Gamer board is actually really good.
Has all basics and a quality VRM design and is cheaper then most high-end boards like UD5, UD7, Sabertooth and so on.
Also looks very nice smile.gif
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