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Poll Results: Which P67 are you getting?

 
  • 39% (87)
    ASUS
  • 16% (35)
    ASUS Maximus/Sabertooth
  • 27% (60)
    Gigabyte UD
  • 4% (10)
    EVGA
  • 2% (6)
    Biostar
  • 3% (8)
    Asrock
  • 2% (5)
    Intel
  • 3% (7)
    Other (?)
218 Total Votes  
post #71 of 112
Gigabyte and Asus boards are my favorites. Asrock boards are getting better each series. I was once an MSI fan but got really tired of having to redo or replace all the chipset heatsinks or TIM. MSI Stated to me that 60C idle temps were fine?????

Gigabyte P67-UD4 for me.
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post #72 of 112
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Originally Posted by catalan View Post
i purchased the asus p8p67 pro. good price for the amount of features you get.
That looks like a nice board. It is priced the same as the Gigabyte UD4 at Newegg.
post #73 of 112
Probably Asus
post #74 of 112
gigabyte ud5 or ud7 for me, i still cant make up my mind
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post #75 of 112
I just ordered the 2600K, UD7, and Ripjaws X 8GB. Those Ripjaws disappeared fast.
post #76 of 112
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Originally Posted by Kold View Post
I just ordered the 2600K, UD7, and Ripjaws X 8GB. Those Ripjaws disappeared fast.
Nice! exactly what im getting
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post #77 of 112
Damnit, my bank put a hold on it since it was over $500 and now those ripjaws arent in stock. motha $%&*ING wells fargo.. canceled the whole damn thing for now.
post #78 of 112
ASRock They make really good boards now, and I trust them My brother has one (740i SLI), and it really is a breeze, when it comes to OC'ing, and it has really great features

Installed a P55 Extreme in a mates i5 build, and I really like the design and OC features They have plenty of nice little goodies in them too

I will be bying low-end for i5 2500k, so it'll be the ASRock P67 Extreme4
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post #79 of 112
went with ASRock myself, price was too good to pass up, hope it is not a fail. lol
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post #80 of 112
Quote:
Originally Posted by Oldguy View Post
That looks like a nice board. It is priced the same as the Gigabyte UD4 at Newegg.
Got the PBP67 Pro for $160 via the combo at Microcenter.
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