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Im getting a new i5 2500k, choosing the Mobo is the issue. All the ASUS p8p67 series have the same chipset, only they add more features im really not interested on. Im only looking for a motherboard that can OC the CPU with an H70 up to maybe 5Ghz. But i need to know if there is actually a difference apart from the $100 between p8p67 and p8p67 Deluxe that's worth those extra bucks.
IM only into ASUS, don't ask why!
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IIRC nearly all p67 perform the same, except the power phase and tri sli that the deluxe and ud7 allows. Its basically user preference when choosing these mobos.

Hope that helps
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Thanks, then i think im getting the p8p67 and save the extra money, but is there actually any difference in OC?
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Thanks, then i think im getting the p8p67 and save the extra money, but is there actually any difference in OC?
different options in bios allowing for better OC in my opinion . more phase is better as well.


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Other than more phases, the ability to Tri-SLI and included Front USB 3.0 panel they are basically the same board.
The extra phases would be the only thing that would affect your OC as the power to your cpu would be more stable.

I easily reached 4.8 on the Pro version without really tweaking or fine tuning the OC, on an H50. If all you are looking for is basic ability to OC the P8P67 should do just fine.
If you are looking to really push your chip then I would go for the Deluxe version.
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You can get the asrock extreme 4, for 5 $ more than the p8p67 , it have sli, 4 usb 3,0 , sata 6, front panel usb 3,0 header, and problem free.
http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product...scrollFullInfo

compare to the board your going to get

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product...scrollFullInfo
review speak for itseft
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post #7 of 7
the pro is a great board as well as the deluxe just find what fits your needs.
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