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like the title says, but im not willing to spend more then 120 here. im thinking i really messed up with buying a 478 setup. might have to sell it and go with 775.
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i looked at that one, but none of the reviews said anything about overclocking. is this comparable/better to my p4p800-E?
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Any ASUS board is going to OC well. They are not good as say DFI at OCing, but I think they are more reliable and better quality.
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too much $$$. not willing to spend more then 120. although 127 isnt going to kill me.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by supratt93
too much $$$. not willing to spend more then 120. although 127 isnt going to kill me.
Well the motherboard is one of the most important factors in an oc so be prepared to spend a little extra if you want something decent.
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Originally Posted by steveo42024
Well the motherboard is one of the most important factors in an oc so be prepared to spend a little extra if you want something decent.

i honestly dont care about the features as long as i can tune the bios for overclocking. thats all i want. i dont care about onboard video, sound, firewire, etc.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by supratt93
i honestly dont care about the features as long as i can tune the bios for overclocking. thats all i want. i dont care about onboard video, sound, firewire, etc.
Im saying for a good overclock thats what your gonna pay for a board.
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oh ok. ill keep shopping around, maybe i can find one cheaper
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