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is overclocking pretty much the same with the WS and the other ones you mentioned?
Yes although I found i need slightly less vcore on the WS than over the Pro and the Deluxe (this could be bios driven or for other reasons though).
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I won't upgrade to vanilla ivy, an extreme yes but that will require new socket (= new mbo/cpu/ram
The deluxe seems one of the most stable SB mobos and I hope my setup will be hassle-free.
probobly only the E (extreme) editions will require socket 2011. the other should be 1155.

Im not sure i have much use for an E, i barely stress my system as it is. toss an ivy bridge in there and it will be asleep most of the time. lol.
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Yes although I found i need slightly less vcore on the WS than over the Pro and the Deluxe (this could be bios driven or for other reasons though).
Good to hear! Now I really want one!
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bsods on resume point to video card issues...what r using?
Thanks for the tip....I went and updated the video card's driver and the BSOD's have stopped (so far)! Now I just need to figure out to get my bluetooth keyboard and mouse to work when it comes out of sleep mode. Now every time it comes out of sleep mode I have to pull the USB bluetooth receiver out and plug it back into another slot to get it to recognize it. Any advice to fix that?
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Check your USB power options in the control panel?
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Yes although I found i need slightly less vcore on the WS than over the Pro and the Deluxe (this could be bios driven or for other reasons though).
yeah, the last bios seem to require less vcore on all boards.
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Thanks for the tip....I went and updated the video card's driver and the BSOD's have stopped (so far)! Now I just need to figure out to get my bluetooth keyboard and mouse to work when it comes out of sleep mode. Now every time it comes out of sleep mode I have to pull the USB bluetooth receiver out and plug it back into another slot to get it to recognize it. Any advice to fix that?
reset the usb port on resume. I have to do that with my g19 keyboard or the screen wont come back.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/928631/

this was for vista, but it works for 7 as well.

ignore the hotfix junk, and go right to the post install section for the reg tweak instructions.
Edited by The Mac - 7/21/11 at 7:03pm
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Thanks for the updates. Half my drivers were out of date
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I dont SLI, but the extra lanes might come in handy down the road for add-ons (Sata7, USB4, Lightpeak, etc. lol)

Sandy is a little skimpy with the lanes by default, the nf200 helps.

Since this Mobo has to last though Ivy bridge, i don't want to be contrained by the default 20 pci lanes.

not that the nf200 can add any lanes, but the multiplexing means at least the the option of utilizing more lanes in there.
p67 x8/x8 outperforms x58 x16/x16. People say this all the time too. Yea its x8/x8 but p67 is better tech so it makes better use of the available bandwidth.

If your not going Tri-SLI, buying a p67 board with nf200 chip is a waste of money IMO.
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p67 x8/x8 outperforms x58 x16/x16. People say this all the time too. Yea its x8/x8 but p67 is better tech so it makes better use of the available bandwidth.

If your not going Tri-SLI, buying a p67 board with nf200 chip is a waste of money IMO.
There's other reasons but basically if you have 3+ cards in the specific slots
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