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lga1366 vs. lga1155, h67 vs. p67

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is lga1366 better than lga1155? and x58?

how about p67 vs. h67, what is the difference?
Edited by kevindd992002 - 3/20/11 at 8:59am
post #2 of 19
Overall, yes.

P67 is for Overclocking and SLi/Crossfire Options
H67 is for Ondie Graphics and Intel HD Streaming Options
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post #3 of 19
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but the 1366 is not for sandy bridges right?

hmmm, i thought the sandy bridge in p67's have ondie graphics also? so if I use a hi-end video card, i don't need an h67 motherboard?
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but the 1366 is not for sandy bridges right?

hmmm, i thought the sandy bridge in p67's have ondie graphics also? so if I use a hi-end video card, i don't need an h67 motherboard?
On P67, the onboard gpu is disabled. On H67 its enabled until you put a dedicated graphics card in.
post #5 of 19
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ahh.. but what disadvantage does using an h67 mobo have? why are they always cheaper?
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ahh.. but what disadvantage does using an h67 mobo have? why are they always cheaper?


You can't overclock the CPU pretty much.
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Z68 is the happy medium.
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though the z68 isn't released yet right? is it wise to wait before upgrading?
post #9 of 19
x58 is for SLI/CF systems p67 is mainly for single gpu systems since most of the p67 boards don't have nv200 chips for full x16/x16/x16 support
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but 1366 and x58 is still widely used nowadays?

i can't quite understand the differences of the chipsets now.
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