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GB X58 UD5 vs. UD7 vs. UD9

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Can someone tell me the main differences between these boards?
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rev 2.0 UD5 and UD7 are the same board circuit wise, BUT the UD7 comes with watercooling.

The UD9 is its own beat, has 2xnf200 chips for 4 way SLI has 24 phase power like the rev 1.0 UD7 did. The UD9 also has a binned IOH for high blck without slow mode.
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ty. i dont think i need a ud9. and if i water cool myself i dont need the ud7 right? or is it a pretty efficient system?
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Also you should know that the rev.2 UD7 has a 16 phase power and NOT a 24

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Originally Posted by Sychodrama View Post
ty. i dont think i need a ud9. and if i water cool myself i dont need the ud7 right? or is it a pretty efficient system?
well you're supposed to overclock on these things..unless you meant if there's a difference in overclocking capacity with the same voltages

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The stock water cooler on the UD7 is not efficient.
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Ty for your feedback. Also the ud7 rev2 is not water cooled is it? I thought only the rev1 is?
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Both the Ud7 (rev 1 and rev 2) has that dual cooling solution. You can either use watering cooling or screw on the heatsink for air cooling.

If you are going for extreme overclocking then the UD7 would be it. The and big main differences from all the other models is the number of power phases.
For the UD9, its a bigger mobo and requires case that can hold the XL ATX mobo.
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post #8 of 15
The UD7 rev 1.0 woudl be it, or else go for the UD5 rev 2.0 there is no point in spending 50-70 extra for a watercooler that could be gotten for the UD5, which is acutally much better, the Ek waterblocks are 120-170 and they are very good waterblocks. W/C is expensive.

The UD7 rev 2.0 and UD5 rev 2.0 are exactly the same board layout wise, parts wise, circuitry wise and everything.

The UD9 has a binned IOH that can do 220+ blck without slow mode enabled, they toss the ones that do not make it into the USB3 or UD3R, but these can do over 220blck with slowmode.
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The UD7 rev 1.0 woudl be it, or else go for the UD5 rev 2.0 there is no point in spending 50-70 extra for a watercooler that could be gotten for the UD5, which is acutally much better, the Ek waterblocks are 120-170 and they are very good waterblocks. W/C is expensive.

The UD7 rev 2.0 and UD5 rev 2.0 are exactly the same board layout wise, parts wise, circuitry wise and everything.

The UD9 has a binned IOH that can do 220+ blck without slow mode enabled, they toss the ones that do not make it into the USB3 or UD3R, but these can do over 220blck with slowmode.
Thats what i wanted to know. Thanks. I think ima go w the ud5 2.0
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have fun and if you haven't already read my review of the board, link is in my signature below.

here is the link: http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...ion-2-0-a.html
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