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Replacement for the Ga X99-UD4

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Hello overclock.net boyz,

I've been having some nasty problems with my x99 ud4 (6mo), slow posts, disappearing boot devices, boot loops, abrupt shutdowns. As a hardware for work, this is unacceptable, and as I've found that so many people expirience the same issues (most more severe than mine) I decided to rma it and switch to different one.
My rig is the aformentioned mobo, 5820k, crucial balistix 4x8Gb and gtx 780, nothing fancy.

Cold you suggest me something matching the 5820k? It can be a bit more expensive but needs to be rock stable and house at least 64GB of ram (rendering and simulation). SLI support isn't a concern as I already don't have cpu for such setup.

I'll be very grateful for your help and insight!
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Look for the new X99 Taichi series. Its the new design based on X99 chipset.
Generally they are pretty good when it comes to overclock and stability.
They basically got well known after coming with some serious overclocking models year after year.
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