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Poll Results: Which One?

 
  • 17% (4)
    P8P67-M Pro w/FT03
  • 30% (7)
    P8P67 Pro w/Phantom
  • 52% (12)
    P67A-UD4 w/Phantom
23 Total Votes  
post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post
more useless marvell ports... and uefi will be coming to mainstream GB boards. For GB OC only boards a new line will have no UEFI on purpose.

Someone once said at XS: UEFI is like driving a an automatic transmission, real men drive stick aka non uefi. I have a uefi mobo right here, and i don't really like it. Pain in the ass using a mouse, I like the quickness of a keyboard especially for RAm timings, holy ****, i hate clicking.
Unless your driving a full size truck, then a stick sucks.
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post #12 of 13
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Sin0828, I think I'm going to take your advice and get the UD4. I trust Gigabyte over ASUS in the quality and durability department and here's hoping that this i5-2500k can last me a good 1.5+ years.
post #13 of 13
lol 1.5 years? these processors are design to take 5-10 years lol. Well i think Gigabyte and ASUS are both very high quality good build. Just remember that you should pick a board that has the features you need and like.
You shouldn't just buy a board because i said its better. Both have their share of problems, but both will OC the same if you learn how to OC em.
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