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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 #91 of 112
Mushkin has slowly built up its reputation. I can attest to their quality and amazing Amazing customer support. I'd bought the wrong kind of ram back in my noob days and was out of my 15 day return to frys. I went on the mushkin forums and they freakin sent me a free replacement of compatible ram. didnt even want me to mail in my incompatible ram. Loyal follower ever since and as soon as they release some new ram for SB, I'll be trading out my ripjaws while they go up on craigslist.
post #92 of 112
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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.
No. Real world results are going to be negligible.
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Is there any place selling the Asus Maximus IV? Can't find it anywhere.
    
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post #94 of 112
So Which board would be better for crossfire? Am I looking at this right? Most of these boards besides the ud7 only have 1 pci-e x16 slot.
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post #95 of 112
If I were to get SB I would get a UD7. That board is sexaaaaay.
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post #96 of 112
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Originally Posted by Kold View Post
Mushkin has slowly built up its reputation. I can attest to their quality and amazing Amazing customer support. I'd bought the wrong kind of ram back in my noob days and was out of my 15 day return to frys. I went on the mushkin forums and they freakin sent me a free replacement of compatible ram. didnt even want me to mail in my incompatible ram. Loyal follower ever since and as soon as they release some new ram for SB, I'll be trading out my ripjaws while they go up on craigslist.
I thought all RAM that works for 1156 will work for 1155? Or do you mean 2133 MHz RAM?
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post #97 of 112
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Originally Posted by BlakHart View Post
So Which board would be better for crossfire? Am I looking at this right? Most of these boards besides the ud7 only have 1 pci-e x16 slot.
Most of these boards do 8x + 8x crossfire. I don't know if the UD7 will support 16x + 16x crossfire as it is an NF200 chip for SLI. But you should incur almost no penalty running at 8 x 8. If you want 16 x 16 you best be waiting for a 1366 replacement. P8P67 Pro, Evo, Deluxe, or P67A-GD65. Gigabyte is slacking on the connections in favor of cooling and supposed better onboard components. There's also Asrock Extreme4 if you don't like any of those.
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post #98 of 112
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Originally Posted by Nickzorz91 View Post
I thought all RAM that works for 1156 will work for 1155? Or do you mean 2133 MHz RAM?
I got some old ass DDR2 ram from Frys and didn't know any better. The one here is ruthless when it comes to ripping off idiots. Embarrassing, but you have to learn somehow. Anyway, it didn't work with x58 and so a friend told me to check out mushkin. I created a post explaining what happen and asking which kinda ram I needed. Got a pm from one of the mods and they set me up with a free kit of ddr3. Cheap stuff but it ran like a champ.
post #99 of 112
Asus Pro
    
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post #100 of 112
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http://www.evga.com/articles/00604/

Their stuff looks like junk. I'd rather go ASUS than these EVGA offerings.
Evga ,although not in the Mobo game as long as the others offer first rate customer support ,and the EVGA forums are unique. I really love my FTW board.But I don't think I can afforfd EVGA this time around. Like the Gigabyte and Sabertooth as well.
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