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Asrock P67 Pro 3

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Anyone have this board? Any good? I have looked around for reviews but the ones out there are not that detailed. Heard good things about Asrock but just wanted to make sure before i hit buy.
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in case of sandy,cheap is beautiful.

no need to buy a 300$ gimmick board in order to have a decent oc.

go for it
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Just built a rig using one of these boards and a 2600k. Rock solid with a multi of 46 and everything else set to auto. Easiest overclock i have ever done and havnt even attempted anything higher yet!
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2600k asrock p67 pro3v1.80 elitegroup gts250 512 2 x 2gig amicron 1333mhz 
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FWIW I had one that ran well for about a week before it started having BSOD issues. Turned out it had power management problems. The voltage would remain constant but the wattage would slowly drop until it crashed. No amount of adjustments would fix it. I RMAd it for a refund and replaced it with an Asus.
Decent overclocker while it lasted. Didn't try to go higher.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1769765
Edited by nanoprobe - 5/19/11 at 5:14pm
    
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