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p67 extreme6 rma'd for replacement d3

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The new motherboards are out and no questions asked new egg is shiping my new b3 today and will arrive on thuurs or fri. Now my question is will this new board overclock the same as the old board or is there a better or worse thing gonna happen ???
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The boards should be exactly the same, the only issue was with bad SATA ports, which should have no effect on overclocking (unless you were overclocking your sata )

So you should expect to see performance equal to what you had before, give or take a small margin of error for the fact that no two silicons are alike (or silicones).
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thanks for a quick reply ill post results after... i hate having to take that and remount my tuniq tower extreme 120 but god danm does that tuinq keep that **** cool instide a cm storm sniper keeps my i5-2500k at 27 c on highest core right now 25-22-27-26 and at full loade at 4.6 temps dont break 60c 5.0 benching temps dont break 68 and at 5.5 i get 75c
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