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DFI P35-T2RS or Gigabyte P35/C-DS3R or Asus P5Q Pro
Asus P5Q-E perhaps if i save money?
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If you have a higher multi cpu, then pick the cheaper one. Otherwise, get the dfi.
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Both MB's will have similar overclocking potentials. They are P35 chipsets, and either one overclocks C2D/C2Q's very well. The biggest difference is just the options of the boards and quality of the product. DFI has done wonders for my builds I have done. Their bios options are extensive, but so are the gigabyte boards. Though the DFI boards are known for their memory/cpu options.

I would recommend the DFI board, just for the fact I have used many with no issues and with great success. I recently shipped a system for a client I built for too Texas. The system arrived, packaging banged up from shipping, but the system was fine. The back CMOS jumper had come out so I had to get on the phone with them and help them re-load the bios I had saved. With the DFI it has an option of CMOS Reloaded, which you can save bios configs for just such reasons. I had them load the bios option, restart and system booted with all settings intact. I am not sure if gigabyte board offers that, but it is a great option.
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DFI DK P35 T2RS over any other P35 board in my opinion ^^
    
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