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Hey guys, im about to take the plunge and make the switch to 1155 for 775. But I was looking at the deluxe p67 by asus. but im reading that theres a recall, and people are having problems with it. So, now im second guessing if thats the board i should go with. If these rumors are true what are some suggestions as to watch board to get... Thanks!
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Hey guys, im about to take the plunge and make the switch to 1155 for 775. But I was looking at the deluxe p67 by asus. but im reading that theres a recall, and people are having problems with it. So, now im second guessing if thats the board i should go with. If these rumors are true what are some suggestions as to watch board to get... Thanks!

the gigabyte ud7 has been getting rave reviews some are even getting 4.8 to 5ghz on air.... http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MB-310-GI
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the UD5 is in the same price range as the ASUS Deluxe.
If your only running a single GPU and a physx card there is no real need for the UD7 (nf-200 chip) or unless you need more than 6 sata ports
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what about msi P67A-GD65?
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where does it say recall?
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what about msi P67A-GD65?

depending if you want a big overclock and how many cards your running bit like what whipple said the msi mobo is actually pretty good 99% of 2600k's tested seem to hit 4.6ghz consistently.

but thats the problem even the 2500ks being tested hitting this wall apart from on 2 other mobos both having the nf200 chip... the evga p67 classified and the gigabyte ud7 are whilst under test constantly hitting 4.8 to 5ghz on both 2500k and 2600k respectively...
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I Google p8p67 recall and nothing came up, come on i want to see it, all i see is some idiot posted it on hardforum that there is a recall and then it turns out he said it was a recall because newegg was out of stock.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822;12039682 
I Google p8p67 recall and nothing came up, come on i want to see it, all i see is some idiot posted it on hardforum that there is a recall and then it turns out he said it was a recall because newegg was out of stock.

Yeah thats what i saw. but if you go to neweggs site it says that its discontinued. But the reason im wondering is because the microcenter near me has it. And that was my first choice.
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