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The only water Im gonna use is an H70 if it counts as water

Gonna put everything in an HAFX. Think the UD5 aint worth going for 80gbp more. Opinions?
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The only water Im gonna use is an H70 if it counts as water

Gonna put everything in an HAFX. Think the UD5 aint worth going for 80gbp more. Opinions?
I didn't think the UD5 was worth it either for the average user, which is why I chose the UD3 Just consider the benefits of the UD5 over a UD3 and decide whether they will be useful to you or not. You may find that you would be able to take advantage of the enhanced features of the UD5.

Either way you will be extremely pleased with your board, this UD3R is the best board I have ever owned and Gigabyte has earned themselves a customer for life.
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Thank you so much guys. I'd be going for a UD3, and another GTX470 then. Something as cheap as this which competes with the Rampage 3 should be wicked. Thank you again
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Last question. Is there a rev2 of the UD3? And what is the difference? If any.
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yes rev 1.0 UD3R has 8 phase power, rev 2.0 has 12 phase power. Rev 2.0 has only been shipping longest out fo all revision 2.0 boards. you chances of getting rev 1.0 UD3R is VERy slim to none.
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Thanks Sin0822.

+Rep to all ofc.
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