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do you plan on xfire/sli in the future? if not the ud3p or p8p67 seems like a good buy. ud3p supports xfire if you plan on adding another 5850 in the future

ud3p $149 shipped w/ code hello2011
http://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?...TX-Motherboard
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do you plan on xfire/sli in the future? if not the ud3p or p8p67 seems like a good buy. ud3p supports xfire if you plan on adding another 5850 in the future

ud3p $149 shipped w/ code hello2011
http://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?...TX-Motherboard
I will never run sli or CF ! a second pcie is useless to me! better spend money on oother features or better ocer... you know what I'm saying?
ud3p and p8p67? which one is the better one?
Edited by enri95 - 1/7/11 at 5:21am
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I will never run sli or CF ! a second pcie is useless to me! better spend money on oother features or better ocer... you know what I'm saying?
udrp and p8p67? which one is the better one?
ud3p or p8p67 are what i recommend that's out. i know the ud3p is a good ocer from one of the members here and at under $150 shipped is a pretty good deal imo.
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ud3p or p8p67 are what i recommend that's out. i know the ud3p is a good ocer from one of the members here and at under $150 shipped is a pretty good deal imo.
Alright thanks!!! ud3p has 12phase power right? I don't know what that means but it's good for oc right?
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Alright thanks!!! ud3p has 12phase power right? I don't know what that means but it's good for oc right?
yup pretty much the standard w/ the mid range boards. i think intel burrage and the msi p67a-gd65 might have less phase power, dont quote me on it though.

edit:
yup the intel board uses 6phase power and the msi board uses 6+2phase
http://techreport.com/articles.x/20190/6

directly from the article referring to intel's burrage:
"The DP67BG's CPU power circuitry features only six phases, which is half what you get from the Asus and Gigabyte boards. Don't worry, though. According to Intel, those six phases can combine to supply the processor with over 200 amps of current. The company says that's enough to take Sandy Bridge CPUs up to 5GHz."
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yup pretty much the standard w/ the mid range boards. i think intel burrage and the msi p67a-gd65 might have less phase power, dont quote me on it though.

edit:
yup the intel board uses 6phase power and the msi board uses 6+2phase
http://techreport.com/articles.x/20190/6

directly from the article referring to intel's burrage:
"The DP67BG's CPU power circuitry features only six phases, which is half what you get from the Asus and Gigabyte boards. Don't worry, though. According to Intel, those six phases can combine to supply the processor with over 200 amps of current. The company says that's enough to take Sandy Bridge CPUs up to 5GHz."
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Prices are really good.

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more features less price, but i like the board design/color scheme on the ud4 more. from windwithme's review on the biostar tp67xe, it looks like that board is going to be pretty good too. he hit 5.1ghz w/ a 2600k on air and it's priced at $160 and i like the color scheme more than the asus on this as well.

edit:

here's a build log for my new sandy build. when more parts come in i update it again.
http://www.overclock.net/intel-build...l#post11922677
Wow man that case is awesome! I am about to upgrade to a i5 2500k/p67 mobo and I wanted to get rid of my Antec 900 but I did not think I could find a good case for under $100. Checked out your case and its less than $50 on Amazon??


I am thinking about ordering it. How do you like it? Is there anything I should know before getting it? Do you have to add fans to blow air onto it?
    
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It is possible overclock on core i5 2400 to 3.9ghz?
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Wow man that case is awesome! I am about to upgrade to a i5 2500k/p67 mobo and I wanted to get rid of my Antec 900 but I did not think I could find a good case for under $100. Checked out your case and its less than $50 on Amazon??

Amazon.com: MYOPENPC DOMA Pro PCI Black Transparent Acrylic Open Computer Case for ATX/mATX/ITX Mainboards, compatible with ATX/mATX PSU - PC components not included: Electronics

I am thinking about ordering it. How do you like it? Is there anything I should know before getting it? Do you have to add fans to blow air onto it?
The pics you see in my build is how i currently run it. Everything runs cool, so I dont have to add any addition fans. CPU during IBT stays under 60 iirc and the gpus dont go past 70.
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