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Okay so my build will be this

GA-P67A-UD4-B3
core i7-2600k
2 intel 120gig 510 ssd's raid 0 sata 6
radeon 5870
8 gig ddr3 1600 ram
Water Cooled

So my question is should i plan to keep this board i am tossing around using it for a few months than getting the z series that are due out soon from what i am reading i am going to have a problem pushing this processor above 4.8 on this board if that is true please give me some advice yea or nea thanks guys
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the OC won't be different, supposedly the Z have other features. I am unsure as to what. Probably a different look or something. I was told its just a new series to toss in there.
    
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Intel Core i9 7980XE X299E-ITX/ac GTX 1080 Ti FE G.Skill 3800MHz 4x8GB Quad Channel SO-DIMM Kit 
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512GB 960 Pro Bitspower AIO/ITX Full Cover Block Win 10 4K 37" 
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512GB 960 Pro Bitspower AIO/ITX Full Cover Block Win 10 4K 37" 
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the diff will be the ability to overclock the onboard video as well as to access onboard video thru some new software that they have coming out so you can use that sweet peice of silicon that we dont get to use when we are trying to encode and decode videos trust me its worth the swap out for that but what i am curious about is really if i am going to be able to see a 5ghz overclock on the ud4 or if i am going to hit a wall... thanks for the response
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