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post #11 of 22
Hopefully around the same time as the new p67 boards so I can return mine to newegg and get a z68
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post #12 of 22
they won't do that because very few would by any p67
I think i'ts more like p67 comes in late march, and z68 around may
post #13 of 22
i few things are known, LGA2011 is releasing end of this year.

Z68 will support ivybridge, and even maybe p67 but i don't know.

Z68 is out by the end of this year.
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post #14 of 22
The only advantage I see for Z68 is if it has the ability to do something like nVidia Optimus for the desktop. LucidLogix's Virtu GPU might make it to Z68 mobos? Then it would be a winner.
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All I have heard is that the nf200 would be able to be used as onboard graphics. Pretty much combine p&h67 together
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post #16 of 22
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Originally Posted by whipple16 View Post
All I have heard is that the nf200 would be able to be used as onboard graphics. Pretty much combine p&h67 together
Lolwut. Are you saying a NF200 chip is a GPU?
post #17 of 22
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Originally Posted by terraprime View Post
when is the z68 suppose to come out anyways?
Summer from what i have read. Isn't z68 suppose to be a crossbreed between h67/p67?
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Summer from what i have read. Isn't z68 suppose to be a crossbreed between h67/p67?
What is the benefit of a Z68, when I have a P67 with GTX 580 SLI. For what reason whould i need onboard graphics?

Or am I not getting the picture...?
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post #19 of 22
I think the sb gpu will be better at some tasks than your 580s
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post #20 of 22
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I think the sb gpu will be better at some tasks than your 580s
Such as? Maybe regular office applications?

My apologies for stupid questions, but I haven't researched this good enough. But it could be that Z68 will bring a whole new lin-up of high-end mobo's on the market? Still waiting for a damn EVGA Classy with P67 chipset'.

Other words, why should I get a Z68 mobo over a High-end P67 mobo? (M4E, GB UD7, EVGA Classy etc..)
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