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Biostar TP67XE

post #1 of 42
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Any reason to not buy this board? It looks fantastic and will match my case perfectly. Judging by the specs, it seems to be an incredible deal for the price you pay. Thanks!
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Loving mine.. 4.7 ghz stable on my 2500k
And still going smile.gif Has great features, good build quality. The POST led readout is a great bonus... 8.5 out of 10 from me thumb.gif
post #3 of 42
Almost bought this board. Biostar is a solid company that offers great mobo's that don't cost an arm and a leg. Probably the only reason I didn't buy was because I couldn't find it for sale when I bought mine. The color layout is one of my favorite's.
post #4 of 42
it's an awesome board for the price, i was running their 890fx w/ my x6 and it's very solid in terms of overclocking & voltage regulation

picked mine up at microcenter for $135 smile.gif

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post #5 of 42
LOL, perfect timing.

I went this afternoon and exchanged my GA-P67A-UD4 for the TP67XE.

I couldn't be happier. And $60 richer. :-)

BIOS is *way* better than the beta BIOS gigabyte is inflicting on the early adpopters.

Very stable, good looking board. Has all the features I need.

Running right now with a 2600K @ 4.8Ghz, 70C max temp on air. Can't beat that for easy 24/7.
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post #6 of 42
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Thanks for the responses!

It is definitely a great buy and I'm planning on snagging one from Microcenter as well. They are $160 on Newegg. -_-

I'm stoked to get this now. biggrin.gif It should look awesome in a White Raven (99% sure that's what I'm getting) with everything red/black/white.

How do you guys think this will look?

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Gideon
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For Sale: Astro A40 Headset + Astro Mixamp Pro
$179.99 (USD)
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Gideon
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post #7 of 42
it's going to look nice, especially if you sleeve the cables red/white
post #8 of 42
I've got the RV02-B. Great choice, should run cool too.
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post #9 of 42
I was interested in getting this board and was wondering if you absolutely need to use both 8-pin power slots if you are going to do any overclocking? My Corsair HX620 only has one 8-pin EPS12V cable.
post #10 of 42
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Originally Posted by HotWasabiPeas;12016147 
I was interested in getting this board and was wondering if you absolutely need to use both 8-pin power slots if you are going to do any overclocking? My Corsair HX620 only has one 8-pin EPS12V cable.

Nope I asked this question myself, and tested it myself to confirm..
Hook up your 8 pin to either of the ports, has no effect on overclockablity..
I was also told that max rating for a single 8 pin is like 400 watts..
Under no usage situations I can possibly imagine would you push that much voltage thru a cpu.. Plus at 1.47 vcore 4.7 ghz, the Biostar G.P.U. utility reports my cpu at load to be using about 138 watts....
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