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I have a i5 2500K ready for a mobo and RAM.

I bought the GIGABYTE GA-H67M-D2 and the RAM linked above.

After I did some research, you can't really OC at all...

So now I want to return it and get the MSI P67S-C43 since I heard the P67 boards are the ones that do OC well.


Or will Gigabyte release a BIOS update to enable better overclocking?
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Personally I think you should just return it and get a more overclockable board, as it can take manufacturers a long time to even update the BIOS, and when they do it just adding support for hardware and or minor fixes.
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post #3 of 3
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Hmm...
Well it does sound right to return it.

Since I dropped $90 on it now, and for me to drop $100+ later again?

I will just return it.
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