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Originally Posted by Sir Overkill;12822824 
Um my board is 1366, you know a UD-9? the best board in the world!
Well like you said I love to bench and money means nothing its all about performance. "synthetic points"?

Also cant go wrong with 4X 16X PCI Lanes!!!

Thanks, Sir Overkill.

Looks like my early morning google-fu is wavering. :S

I meant to say synthetic benchmarks.

Sure you can, if you don't need it.
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Originally Posted by justarealguy;12822948 
Looks like my early morning google-fu is wavering. :S

I meant to say synthetic benchmarks.

Sure you can, if you don't need it.

His name is Sir Overkill, lol.

Go with SB, it's better for nearly everyone, especially if you actually care about money. You'd have to spend at least twice as much on x58 to get performance gains.
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Sir Overkill definetely does have a point. To be honest, i wanted to go EVGA, yet they just didn't want to release their P67 board.

I ended up getting the EVGA X58 SLi3 with the i7 960. I currently have it at 4.07GHz (stock cooler) until next month when i get my waterblocks smile.gif

I did consider the i7-970, yet for that money might as well up to the unlocked i7-980x. Couple months and we'll see where X58 goes, regardless i can run 3 gpus full stat, i've got 6 memory channels, and of course an EVGA board. Overclocking is a dream smile.gif
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i would agree with most here and go SB but wiat another month so intel can confirm they got passed there little issue to save you doing a rebuild in a month with rev.3 board
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Originally Posted by AlienPrime173;12825219 
I did consider the i7-970, yet for that money might as well up to the unlocked i7-980x.

970 is around 500 bucks, 980x is almost twice that, and even if you're gonna get 980x why not spend 50$ more for a 990x?
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Originally Posted by Dopamin3;12821584 
Why not get the ASUS P8P67-M PRO? It supports x8/x8 GPU. Or if you plan on not running SLI/Crossfire get the P8P67-M. Both should allow for moderate, not crazy, overclocking.

Man, thank you so much! You are a saviour! smile.gif

I can see from your specs you are not being romantic about the Rampage board. So the P8P67-M (pro or not) it shall be. It seems the only point to getting a LGA1366 atm is to go for a 6 core ~ out of my client's price range and not worth OCing in a mATX without a waterblock.

And thanks for not paying me out over my gap in knowledge. I try not to buy MBs off the net anymore as it's it's such a hassle and costly to get a warranty fix. (MB problems can be very erratic and it's just easier to take them back to the shop and be there when they test it. The last Asus mobo I had to take back behaved so strangely that it was lucky that I spotted it was only reading one mem stick.) My regular outlets either fibbed or did not know when I inquired about the existence of a P67 micro. Gigabyte don't make any. So I just assumed they were right. Also, they have not arrived in Oz yet (2-3 weeks).

The situation has been corrected, I have a standing order. My client will just have to be a little patient and wait ~ I am, after all, an artist... lol.

Cheers and regards.
Edited by YoJembo - 3/24/11 at 11:17am
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The other option is to wait a few more weeks for the z68 boards to be released, since he doesn't care about dedicated graphics.

Sir don't give us that crap about how 1366 is better, Sandy trades blows and is clock per clock faster than a 980x.
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well, if your gonna spend the cash on the 970, might as well got 980 because your already spending 600. might as well add another 300. 990, i would ill advise due to the current use. on some sites the 990 is same price or cheaper than the 980. Just doesnt compare in benchmarks


ALSO..........

990/980x cannot be compared to SB because it MAINSTREAM, and its 8MB of cache, not 12! Big difference here.
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Originally Posted by AlienPrime173;12868301 
well, if your gonna spend the cash on the 970, might as well got 980 because your already spending 600. might as well add another 300. 990, i would ill advise due to the current use. on some sites the 990 is same price or cheaper than the 980. Just doesnt compare in benchmarks


ALSO..........

990/980x cannot be compared to SB because it MAINSTREAM, and its 8MB of cache, not 12! Big difference here.

I completely disagree. The 970 has what, like a 25x multiplier or something? That's plenty to overclock with. People with 920s and 930s get to 4.2ghz+ easily and that's only with a 21x/22x multiplier for the CPU. Buying an extreme edition is completely pointless. That additional $300 could go to so much better use, like buying a good cooling system. The money being saved on the CPU alone could help build a water loop, in which case a 970 + awesome water loop is going to smoke a 980x/990x with an air or cheaper water setup.
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"Dead? Mine isnt dead fool. Anyway if you go 1366 which is for the enthusiast's"

Now that's pathethic.

Back to us....go for SB, i can assure you no 1366/1156 will get to 5.0 on air, wtih good temps. Also SB is faster clock per clock, so that 5.0ghz will perform like a 5.2-5.5ghz 1366/1156 chip.

Atleast i can do 5.0ghz @1.365v(also 5.5 @1.52v) with temps between 70-80c under prime, which is not that bad.
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