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Guys! You mess my mind really up! :-)

Well, does ASUS P8P67 PRO (product nr.: 90-MIBE50-G0EAY0KZ) overclock or not?

I am for this matter (overclocking) really new and I don´t know, what do you mean by "OC3D" etc.

I thought, that Intel is involved to all 1155 sc. motherboards production because of new chipset, which all motherboards use... or not? (= they have to match to Sandy bridge, which has new architecture).
So how can I purchase motherboard, which is not "Intel brand"?
Maybe I just mess all up now, still, I plead you for compassion. I learn quickly, since I have needed information :-) Thank you very much :-)
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yes, 5.5ghz not enough?
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Guys! You mess my mind really up! :-)

Well, does ASUS P8P67 PRO (product nr.: 90-MIBE50-G0EAY0KZ) overclock or not?

I am for this matter (overclocking) really new and I don´t know, what do you mean by "OC3D" etc.

I thought, that Intel is involved to all 1155 sc. motherboards production because of new chipset, which all motherboards use... or not? (= they have to match to Sandy bridge, which has new architecture).
So how can I purchase motherboard, which is not "Intel brand"?
Maybe I just mess all up now, still, I plead you for compassion. I learn quickly, since I have needed information :-) Thank you very much :-)
I think your confusing what I mean by Intel BRANDED motherboards. I will pm you some more info that should clear it up.
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