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Aww, don't worry! I'm here to help you wink.gif

You most DEFINITELY don't need anything besides PCIe ports.

I'll break it down for you:

BIOS/UEFI - Personal choice.
PCIe slots - Depends only on how many PCIe cards you have.
Internal Bluetooth - Personal preference. A USB adapter costs 10$.
LAN - You only need two if you want to connect two PCs together.
USB 3.0 - Can be expanded into however many ports you want. So it doesn't matter how many you have.
VRM - You would be able to get to 4.5Ghz even with the lowest VRM.

There is nothing else you should be concerned about.

I DEFINATELY want UEFI, from what i've seen it looks like its a lot nicer to navigate, Not that i mind the good old school BIOS...

PCIe, I want the option of SLI in the future, so i need at least 2 capable of running graphics, and a third for my sound card

Bluetooth i dont even use...

LAN i dont really need 2 i guess...

USB 3.0 im starting to even debate if i need since Im an internal drive guy anyways (internals seem a heck of a lot more reliable for one, or at least i can RAID1 them) and i could use eSATA for the 2 externals i want...

So i guess SATA ports are meaning more to me, and i can see myself using 8 sata ports conceivably (I have 7 internal and external HDDs right now)
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This is NOT like the 680i/780i days where you needed the best motherboard money could buy to overclock.

Ahhhh, see i didnt know that...I know I couldnt get my Q9300 above 2.5 to be stable (or actually er...faster..i did get it to 2.8 but it ran worse than at 2.5...so i put it back to stock and havnt touched it since...) I really want a successful OC this time, im just hoping for a 4.5-4.6 on my 2600k!
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These days, and especially with 2600k, you're going to be happy with anything you get smile.gif

Personally, I would get the P8P67 Pro or the UD4. They offer great VRM and two PCIe slots for future-proof(ness).

Only reason I got the UD7, is because I needed the 4 PCIe slots and the Deluxe and the Extreme weren't available on Newegg when I bought it.

So I guess ill just get the Sabertooth then, I really like the look of it (I'm strange like that) and its practically half the price of the Maximus IV Extreme, But if one of the P8P67 boards is in stock quicker i will probubly consider it, as it will probubly look nicer with my RAM and etc....Then i'll just use the cash i saved on something else, Like perhaps more RAM (I'm feeling weird only getting 8gb) or maybe that second GTX570...
Edited by KenjiS - 3/6/11 at 1:42pm
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I DEFINATELY want UEFI, from what i've seen it looks like its a lot nicer to navigate, Not that i mind the good old school BIOS...

PCIe, I want the option of SLI in the future, so i need at least 2 capable of running graphics, and a third for my sound card

So I guess ill just get the Sabertooth then
All P67 boards will have UEFI eventually (Gigabyte is sure taking their sweet time though).

Your sound card needs a PCIe x1 slot, not a full-fledged PCIe x16 slot. Every board has extra PCIe x1 slots.

The Sabertooth is a good choice, if your price-range is around 200$.
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All P67 boards will have UEFI eventually (Gigabyte is sure taking their sweet time though).

Your sound card needs a PCIe x1 slot, not a full-fledged PCIe x16 slot. Every board has extra PCIe x1 slots.

The Sabertooth is a good choice, if your price-range is around 200$.
My price range is whatever gets me what i want I was willing to fork out for the Maximus after all!

But the Sabertooth saves me $165 or so most likely which can go towards something else...doubling the RAM might not be a bad idea (this is my photo editing rig as well after all) Or i could just spend the cash on games

Thanks for somewhat whacking me back to reality though....
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My price range is whatever gets me what i want I was willing to fork out for the Maximus after all!

But the Sabertooth saves me $165 or so most likely which can go towards something else...doubling the RAM might not be a bad idea (this is my photo editing rig as well after all) Or i could just spend the cash on games

Thanks for somewhat whacking me back to reality though....
As long as by "reality", you mean the video game world

Btw.. don't buy games.. (I didn't say anything)
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Hmn..I dunno if i should mention it but B&H Photo and Video is taking preorders for the P67 Sabertooth at least

They're a big reputable dealer of photo equipment so i placed my pre-order with them and they said they expect to get them in 7-14 days, at which point they will ship it 2-day air to me

I did this kinda as a "contingency" in case i cant get a board sooner...
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Hmn..I dunno if i should mention it but B&H Photo and Video is taking preorders for the P67 Sabertooth at least

They're a big reputable dealer of photo equipment so i placed my pre-order with them and they said they expect to get them in 7-14 days, at which point they will ship it 2-day air to me

I did this kinda as a "contingency" in case i cant get a board sooner...
Yeah, wow, that's kind of surprising. B&H aren't known to have almost any computer hardware. They have 3 P67 boards, one X58 board and an i7-950.. they're more like Best Buy, just with Newegg pricing.
And their 34th st. Super Store is a marvel. Basically go there every week

I'm sorry, I can't find it anywhere else. Almost no P67 board for that matter.
I suppose you'll just have to wait a week and see. I'm sorry, again.
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Yeah, wow, that's kind of surprising. B&H aren't known to have almost any computer hardware. They have 3 P67 boards, one X58 board and an i7-950.. they're more like Best Buy, just with Newegg pricing.
And their 34th st. Super Store is a marvel. Basically go there every week

I'm sorry, I can't find it anywhere else. Almost no P67 board for that matter.
I suppose you'll just have to wait a week and see. I'm sorry, again.
Hey not your fault man, you were a help in making me not waste $100-someodd on a really unnecessary board..

I'll still be trying to get one sooner obviously, but at least im on a list in case i cant manage to get a P8P67 Deluxe or another P67 Sabertooth sooner
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I know this is an overclocking forum and the title of the thread is P67, but if you are upgrading to SB and don't need many luxuries the H67 boards are a much better buy, and I really think it remains to be proven what exactly a safe overclock on these CPU's is, some pretty scary statements from very reputable folks. Just saying probably no body really needs to overclock of 2600 or 2500, so save some money and get a $100 H67 like I did. When IB comes it may make a lot more sense to overclock, with SB the extra $100 (MB + K cpu) really ain't worth it for most folks IMHO. Plus you don't have to worry about why Intel no longer lists max vcore, or how you blow your cpu warranty when you increase the multiplier.
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I know this is an overclocking forum and the title of the thread is P67, but if you are upgrading to SB and don't need many luxuries the H67 boards are a much better buy, and I really think it remains to be proven what exactly a safe overclock on these CPU's is, some pretty scary statements from very reputable folks. Just saying probably no body really needs to overclock of 2600 or 2500, so save some money and get a $100 H67 like I did. When IB comes it may make a lot more sense to overclock, with SB the extra $100 (MB + K cpu) really ain't worth it for most folks IMHO. Plus you don't have to worry about why Intel no longer lists max vcore, or how you blow your cpu warranty when you increase the multiplier.
That's the most foolish thing you can do.

If you're talking about price/performance, a 5.0Ghz SB for the same price as a 3.4Ghz SB is worth WAY, WAY more than the 100$ you save.

And besides, the new P67 boards are going to be brand new. The resale value will likely be near 100%.
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Hey guys, I just ordered a P67A-GD55 B3 and a 2500k. I've added myself to the list and I'll edit it when I get my stuff. Guessing it will be here Thursday.
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