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I know that I'm asking about motherboards but it's closely related to SSDs so I thought it would be better here. I'm not buying an SSD now, but only in one years time (more or less). It will be a SATA III used on a SATA III port of the Intel chipset.
What I want to know is:

1) Is their any perfomance difference between the Intel P67 and the H67 chipsets?

2) I've read of people complaining about boot times (specifically POST) because of the BIOS and that this problem was resolved with the UEFI.
So BIOS vs. UEFI with an SSD what is the difference?
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About the first question the answer is "no", they perform the same. P67= No IGP, H67= No OCing, otherwise there's no difference.

About the second, I have BIOS and I'm not aware of any BIOS-related issues with any of my SSDs, care to elaborate? UEFI might be faster than BIOS, but BIOS & SSDs work well.
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About the first question the answer is "no", they perform the same. P67= No IGP, H67= No OCing, otherwise there's no difference.
Great.
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About the second, I have BIOS and I'm not aware of any BIOS-related issues with any of my SSDs, care to elaborate? UEFI might be faster than BIOS, but BIOS & SSDs work well.
From what I understood, the BIOS takes too much time to do the POST because of the SSD (with a HD it works fine), I don't know the technical reasons. I know that UEFI is faster than BIOS, what I want to know is if there is this POST problem with BIOS & SSD or if it is just an unlucky situation of that person.
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From what I understood, the BIOS takes too much time to do the POST because of the SSD (with a HD it works fine), I don't know the technical reasons. I know that UEFI is faster than BIOS, what I want to know is if there is this POST problem with BIOS & SSD or if it is just an unlucky situation of that person.
are you talking about 1155 + bios + ssd or just any bios + ssd in general? ive never had any post issues and im on a pretty old board.
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are you talking about 1155 + bios + ssd or just any bios + ssd in general? ive never had any post issues and im on a pretty old board.
In my case it's 1155 + UEFI/BIOS + SSD. Anyway I think I'll get the MSI P67A-C43.
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