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post #11 of 19
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Originally Posted by Behemoth777 View Post
The asus cost's more because it has more features, better board cooling, more power phases, and is a brand name.

Asus has a much more refined look to it, while the biostar looks like it needs to be thrown back into the oven to cook some more.

In the end though, the asus is $80 more, so you have to determine if the price is worth it to you.

Plus, Asus has a better warranty and a lot of times, better bios(or UEFI) support.
Biostar is 3 year, just like Asus.
And the Tp67XE has UEFI bios as well
post #12 of 19
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Biostar is 3 year, just like Asus.
And the Tp67XE has UEFI bios as well
true that, and i think it looks nicer than the asus p67's.. red > blue
post #13 of 19
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The only feature I'm interested in from the Asus board is the auto overclocking feature (which would be a good starting point for me since I'm new to OCing) and the TPU/EPU.

Does the Biostar one have an auto overclock feature as well?
post #14 of 19
I picked the TP67XE and have been happy with it. My older i7 920 uses a P6T, no complaints there either. The biostar was cheap at MC, so I gave it a shot. Be sure to upgrade the bios to the latest, for memory compatibility and mouse enabled graphical bios. Mouse gets annoying quickly, leave at top of screen to prevent it from interfering.
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post #15 of 19
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The only feature I'm interested in from the Asus board is the auto overclocking feature (which would be a good starting point for me since I'm new to OCing) and the TPU/EPU.

Does the Biostar one have an auto overclock feature as well?
You don't need any Auto Overclock with these chips man..
post #16 of 19
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The only feature I'm interested in from the Asus board is the auto overclocking feature (which would be a good starting point for me since I'm new to OCing) and the TPU/EPU.

Does the Biostar one have an auto overclock feature as well?
not sure what their auto oc feature does, but im sure it's not worth paying extra for

all you'd have to do is bump up the multipliers and set the vcore.. it's very simple and theres plenty of guides if you want to tweak it more, check out the tp67xe thread for more info
post #17 of 19
TP67XE is 150$ right now on micro center
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post #18 of 19
Might want to hold off on purchasing any SB mobo until Intel releases new boards, there's a problem with the SATA2 ports.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/4142/i...-begins-recall
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post #19 of 19
Biostar was the first maker of boards when I was doing my build and to this date the have not let me down. I had to RMA my board, it was a breeze, to send it back and receive a brand new one in due time. Would buy from them again.

(In case you are wondering why I had to RMA, faulty Ethernet Controller.)
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