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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 (?)
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post #81 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.
Everything the same as you except I got the Corsair Avengers. Got to manhandle some at CES and was wowed.
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post #82 of 112
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Originally Posted by justin.kerr View Post
went with ASRock myself, price was too good to pass up, hope it is not a fail. lol
Pretty sure it won't be Their quality is far greater now than what they used to be

The P55 Extreme mobo is the cheapest in the P55 range, and I built a mate's PC on it. Build quality, overall feel and everything is VERY good. Nothing negative about it
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post #83 of 112
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Originally Posted by mnorris12706 View Post
Everything the same as you except I got the Corsair Avengers. Got to manhandle some at CES and was wowed.
You're not worried about the slower timings? And does anyone happen to know if Gigabyte usually ships an IO Shield with the soft padding on it? As opposed to just plain metal? Asus does that and I've always loved it.
post #84 of 112
anybody that either bought an intel mobo or is planning on it, or just has the knowledge on it, since I ordered the dp67de matx mobo, intel doesn't still lock up their mobos or make them difficult to overclock do they? Because my old g33 series mobos had locked everything and it sucked.

You think the quality will be as good as Asus for example in terms of speed/oc'ing?
post #85 of 112
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Originally Posted by Addthefun123123 View Post
anybody that either bought an intel mobo or is planning on it, or just has the knowledge on it, since I ordered the dp67de matx mobo, intel doesn't still lock up their mobos or make them difficult to overclock do they? Because my old g33 series mobos had locked everything and it sucked.

You think the quality will be as good as Asus for example in terms of speed/oc'ing?
Asus is always good for OCing. You honestly can't go wrong. Get yourself the Pro if you don't like that Intel. I have owned 3 different mobos from Asus and none have ever needed to be returned.
post #86 of 112
ASUS. I'm not seeing any other brand I trust making boards with more than 6 SATA ports. I need, at the very minimum, 8.
post #87 of 112
Asus P8P67. Would Mushkin Enhanced Redline RAM work well? I picked up a HAF 922 and a Noctua NH-D14 and a lot of RAM won't fit, so I'm looking at 1600 MHz CAS 6 Mushkin Redline or OCZ Platinum RAM.
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post #88 of 112
http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=c...s_id=34&lng=en

Not sure if the Enhanced Redline differs from the regular Redline, but the regular one seems to be okay.
Edited by lasalasa - 1/10/11 at 2:28am
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post #89 of 112
Ah, thanks for that. And I'm pretty sure Mushkin is just short for Mushkin Enhanced, I'm assuming it's the same RAM. Any opinions on the OCZ vs Mushkin RAM? I've heard OCZ is good but I also hear a lot of people trashing OCZ here. The OCZ is $20 cheaper but if it's going to be worse quality I'll just get the Mushkin RAM.
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post #90 of 112
OCZ used to be top dogs several years ago, now though, they don't seem too popular.

Most people seem to get Corsair, G.Skill and Mushkin nowadays.
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