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I just dont know and i need to order?

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Ok guys, i really just can't decide on what 1155 motherboard to pick to go with a 2600k. Honestly i just cant pick one here is my dilemma:

Asus:

Can't take off speedstep or turbo has to be on to overclock! Which would mean it makes it that bit harder to overclock?

Msi:

Does this work the same way as asus you have to have turbo and speedstep on?

Asrock:

Not sure dont know anything about it.

Gigabyte:

I really do want to order the UD7 after sins review on it, You can turn of turbo and speedstep you can auto clock it to 4.8GHz really easy... Overclocking just seems easier on this board? Although only thing thats holding me back is the bundle i want with this board is costing me over £650 just got the cpu,ram,mobo,cooler!



Help me out here guys with facts and pick a winner for me to buy.... Right now still leaning towards to UD7



Thanks.
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if you don't need SLi then there isn't a reason to get the UD7 over the UD5 or UD4.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post
if you don't need SLi then there isn't a reason to get the UD7 over the UD5 or UD4.
Do the ud5 / ud4 have the same overclocking features and same phase power?


I may want to do sli in the next 3 months or so!
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yes the UD5 is liek the UD7 just with a few less phases and no NF200. I fyou want to go SLi then get teh UD7 as it offers the same sli performance if not a bit better than x58
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