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Originally Posted by Aldaz View Post
Just noticed i didnt list the motherboard, i was looking at both of the boards you listed though. Is there much difference between them? from the reviews i read they were both fairly even i thought
The asus and msi boards have had problems OCing with their bios. Thus I am recommending the Gigabyte UD4(UD3 is also nice and cheaper).

I am building 2 Sandy system currently for people, 1 with UD4 and one with UD7.

Edit: Here is the UD3 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...&Tpk=ud3%20p67
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post #12 of 14
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Yeah i was just about to ask that after reading the link from 2010rig. If i will getter better results and save money thats great. Thanks for all the quick replies too
post #13 of 14
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Originally Posted by Voltazar View Post
Usually Super OC version is higher binned... and will overclock higher than a regular GTX 470.
Great, all he's doing is gaming. Not folding, none of that. 2-3 FPS doesn't warrant the extra money to spend usually, if you can achieve the same clocks on a reference card.
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post #14 of 14
Curious how using 8GB of ram is worse than using 4GB provided they were at the same speed and latencies?
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