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the only DFI 875P board I could find was a 775 socket in their Lan Party Line. If there is another I would love to check it out.
Hum, yea they don't make the 875P s478 board anymore, and they are super rare..
Get this Gigabyte 875P board or this Asus P4C800 Board.
    
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I have been tracking down this board for a while now but, I cant find one for less than 150 or better. Is this board really worth it? I know there are other boards avilible but I want an 875P chipset b/c of the 3.2EE compatibility ( All 865 sets are not compatible but Perl I believe). Any recomendations? Is there really a big difference between the Max2 and Max3 other than the cooling? I could get the Max 2 or IC7-G chaeper if they hold up to the rigours of overclocking.

You Can Still Get This Motherboard At tamayatech.com
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