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one asrock board is out on newegg the extreme 6
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How about ASRock if compared to Asus P67 Deluxe? Is it still "better" choice, of course it's cheaper but if we think absolute goodness, ASRock or Asus?

I checked that Tom's HW's roundup and noticed that ie.in those game tests ASRock was little bit behind other boards.
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From my research the ASRock P67 Extreme6, which has a lower price and more features than the ASUS P8P67 Deluxe, beats it across the board. It gains higher overclocks at lower voltages as well. I'm not going to link the posts but if you look on these forums at the overclocks / voltages being attained with the ASRock P67 Extreme4 or Extreme6 you will see very nice results. ASUS on the other hand is having numerous issues with voltages, drivers, and UEFI. Now you also have to consider the fact that a motherboard makes very very little noticeable difference in performance.

http://www.madshrimps.be/articles/ar...#axzz1HiPMWaVJ

http://www.pureoverclock.com/review.php?id=1194&page=11

http://www.techtree.com/India/Review...443-636-6.html

http://www.overclockers.com/asrock-p...rboard-review/
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i have the maximus iv extreme..looking to downgrade as Im not using all this boards features and Im only after modest overclocks...before my maximus i had a deluxe..but it was effected by the chipset issue..im either going back to that board..or, the as rock extreme 4 (p67)...looks like i can easily get 4.5 on this.. (although 4.2) is good enough for me...should i revert back to the deluxe..or is the p67 asrock extreme 4 a good board? No sli or crossfire for me..just want something good...
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post #55 of 56
I suppose most of us ASROCK users would buy the same mobo again.

for further info check this thread

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=265903
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I suppose most of us ASROCK users would buy the same mobo again.
Yes, I would. Both my B2 and B3 revision boards booted to 12+ hour blend stable @ 4.4 GHz by just changing the multi (and manually adjusting the ram). That seems to be the sweetspot for the Extreme4/6(and Fatal1ty?). Once you start going above that, you need to play with voltages and settings, but THIS thread will give you all the help you may or may not need. I'm trying to stabalize 4.7 @ 1.43v right now. That'll simply tickle me pink!!!
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