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Originally Posted by Amadais View Post
To bad everything i want from newegg is sold out. I have a giftcard with them i need to use.
Buy the CPU/RAM from Newegg, and then buy the AsRock motherboard from SuperBiiz?
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+1 for the GD65, Solid board, Never had any issues, Even though it dosent have as many power phases as the gigabyte boards, They are much higher power phases that are fine, even for 5.5ghz+, I have seen alot of benchers use this board
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post #13 of 39
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Originally Posted by thisischuck01 View Post
Buy the CPU/RAM from Newegg, and then buy the AsRock motherboard from SuperBiiz?
Have the ram already so just need the Mobo.
Superbiz is just nutz on there shipping. They want $15 bucks for the motherboard alone.

With newegg shipping is free!! now i like that Also this is replace the Mobo and cpu from my sig rig. So i'll be ebaying my used parts + a few other computer parts to get back some of my money.
Edited by Amadais - 4/10/11 at 10:14am
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I am partial to Gigabyte boards and am presently running 1156. The problem I am having justifying an upgrade to 1155 is the Giga boards in the medium price range $140 and lower only have 6 sata ports. My discontinued P55-USB3 has 8 and I need them all. Any suggestions as I am considering 2500K?
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post #15 of 39
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I can put another vote in for the GD65, works great with my sig rig and have never had any hiccups. Main reason I purchased this motherboard was that during the recall it was one of the first boards with the B3 revision that had good ratings. If I purchased now, I may have purchased something else because all of the choices now, but either way I'm very content with my purchase.
Same here, I purchased the board because it was the ONLY board available after the recall.

I am also content with my purchase, but if I was buying now I'd probably go for a different board since I wanted a different color scheme. Nonetheless board hasn't given me any problems.
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post #16 of 39
There is only one P67 choice: ASRock Extreme4. There are no comparable options at its price point.

I picked mine up from eWiz with a 15% off promo, covered shipping and an additional $2. This motherboard is a dream to work with and it has a fantastic PCIE layout.
    
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post #17 of 39
If you want a comprehensive comparison list which includes all P67 motherboards..

Look in my sig.
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post #18 of 39
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There is only one P67 choice: ASRock Extreme4. There are no comparable options at its price point.

I picked mine up from eWiz with a 15% off promo, covered shipping and an additional $2. This motherboard is a dream to work with and it has a fantastic PCIE layout.
i also suggest this board, but its apparently out of stock on newegg
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post #19 of 39
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i also suggest this board, but its apparently out of stock on newegg

Get it from eWiz:
http://www.superbiiz.com/detail.php?...TX-Motherboard

Use promo code BLOSSOM10 for $10 off. $155 shipped is an unmatchable deal. (Excluding combo deals and such)
    
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post #20 of 39
Get the ASRock Extreme 4. It's a dream to work with imo, rock solid. I got my 2500k to 4.9Ghz solid with it only needed to change like 3-4 settings.
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