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There is no native support for x16 x16 with Sandy Bridge, I believe the NF chip can make x16 x16 happen, but it has its own drawbacks.
Oh so i'm wasting my time worrying about x16/x16!, lol

Well I decided on everything already, getting everything in my Sig.
    
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Oh so i'm wasting my time worrying about x16/x16!, lol

Well I decided on everything already, getting everything in my Sig.
I see that you'v gone with the deluxe, anyone knows how it compares to the asus sabertooth p67, there both similar price. I wanted to order it now. need some quick help to decide which one.
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I have the P67A-UD7 it runs my two 570GTX very nicly, faster than X58 SLI in many cases, and tied in more, damn good performance.
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I have the P67A-UD7 it runs my two 570GTX very nicly, faster than X58 SLI in many cases, and tied in more, damn good performance.
if you had choose between the p8p67 pro and the asus sabertooth p67 which one would you go for?
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