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Actually found the P67 Extreme4 (B3) on some German retail sites...lol.

http://www.h-online.com/priceinsight...v=l#filterform
glad to see a release somewhere! Wonder when it will come out here though!? It really sucks waiting lol
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Agreed...going to be pissed if they 1st batch sells out before I can order one lol.
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Agreed...going to be pissed if they 1st batch sells out before I can order one lol.
You're right. Something tells me newegg is being a little sneaky about all of this...
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Have you taken a look at the Biostar TP67XE? Seems like the B3 Biostar boards are popping up a good bit on Newegg, and I would definitely take it over both the Asus and Asrock boards you mentioned. Only disadvantage is a few less SATA ports, but most people won't saturate them all anyway.
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Have you taken a look at the Biostar TP67XE? Seems like the B3 Biostar boards are popping up a good bit on Newegg, and I would definitely take it over both the Asus and Asrock boards you mentioned. Only disadvantage is a few less SATA ports, but most people won't saturate them all anyway.
Haven't taken a look at it...The disadvantages are the less sata ports. What are it's advantages over the asrock extreme 4 and asus pro?

Thanks for pointing out another option!

Edit: At first glance i have to say i do not like its UEFI compared to asrock and asus. I liked the look of those new UEFI's.
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Haven't taken a look at it...The disadvantages are the less sata ports. What are it's advantages over the asrock extreme 4 and asus pro?

Thanks for pointing out another option!

Edit: At first glance i have to say i do not like its UEFI compared to asrock and asus. I liked the look of those new UEFI's.
I personally wouldn't buy an Asrock board, and I've seen a few people with problems using the Asus P67 boards. Perhaps this was fixed with the B3 revisions though.

The Biostar has two 8 pin power connectors, which doesn't really matter at all since you almost would never need that unless you're benching with LN2. I believe it will also be cheaper than both the Asus and Asrock. To me, Biostar just offers excellent quality mainboards without all the gimmick. You get the fundamental feature set (without the addition of tons of bells and whistles usually), good build quality and reliability, a good BIOS, and great overclocking capability. That's all I want in a motherboard, so personally that's the one I would pick. Paired with the reasonable cost it's a winner. Lastly they offer 3 year warranty, and so does Asus, but I believe Asrock only offers 1 year warranty (at least on X58 boards, not sure if this changed with P67).

On P67, motherboards don't make a huge difference since all overclocking is done via multiplier. Any one you pick is going to have all solid caps, a beefy number of power phases, etc... And I guess liking the bios/uefi is subjective. I personally like the old bios style better in place of the fancy graphical menus. Either way, I wouldn't factor that too much into selecting one, since with either board you will get a good number of options and it's not like you're going to be in the bios all the time. Since the Biostar uses UEFI, they could eventually update it to more of a graphical looking one. To my knowledge Gigabyte is the only manufacturer who retains the traditional bios on P67 boards.
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I'm eyeing the ASUS P8P67 (standard) on NewEgg...so difficult to not just take the loss in features and go with it lmao On an up note, that link I showed earlier now has over 10 foreign vendors carrying ASRock P67 Extreme4's, hoping that means we will have them in the week.

*edit* This morning it only showed 3 vendors.
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I assume you saw this skeletor6? http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...egg-again.html

I'm still waiting for the Extreme4
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Why doesn't anyone ever link to the OFFICIAL P67 motherboard comparison list? (points to sig)

The reason I didn't add the Asrock boards is because there have been multiple reports of average-use malfunctions and the like. I say steer clear and find a nice ASUS/Gigabyte/MSi board.
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P67 ASUS and Gigabyte have tons of issues according to these forums. The ASRock boards are very solid so far. MSI is just crap period...they have terrible long-term life span as indicated by this forum and many others (also personal experience haha).

Don't worry though Track I've linked that comparison list post multiple times so far

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The reason I didn't add the Asrock boards is because there have been multiple reports of average-use malfunctions and the like.
What did you mean by that? They are listed on your post?
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