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If you're willing to drive down to Microcenter in St. Davids, you can pick up the 2500K for 179.99 plus tax. Doesn't save you a lot, but it will save some if its not out of your way.
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when i got my msi sandy bridge mobo it was literally the worst quality I have ever seen.
The front panel connector pins came off the mobo and could not be placed back on

Gigabyte on the other hand has always given me motherboards that I love.
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If you're willing to drive down to Microcenter in St. Davids, you can pick up the 2500K for 179.99 plus tax. Doesn't save you a lot, but it will save some if its not out of your way.
I would love to but it would cost me $50 in gas to go there and back. St. Davids, Yonkers, and Patterson are all the same distance away from me, which is really frustrating. =P
    
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Thank god I have a MC 15mins from work..and it is on my way home too... I wanted to get the extreme4 from NE and the 2500K fro MC

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Thank god I have a MC 15mins from work..and it is on my way home too... I wanted to get the extreme4 from NE and the 2500K fro MC

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I would love to but it would cost me $50 in gas to go there and back. St. Davids, Yonkers, and Patterson are all the same distance away from me, which is really frustrating. =P
Well, you could drive down and pick up the ud3 http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0358098 and the 2500k http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0354589 for a total of $323. 28 and have them tomorrow. There's a $15 rebate on the board too so you'd get them for $308. Hey, just giving you options man
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I love my ASRock extreme4; great features and a great price. the board feels solid and high quality but there is no combo with the processor. The board I was looking at before the extreme4 was the ASUS p8p67 m-pro and there is a combo with deal with it http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboD...t=Combo.635172
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I love my ASRock extreme4; great features and a great price. the board feels solid and high quality but there is no combo with the processor. The board I was looking at before the extreme4 was the ASUS p8p67 m-pro and there is a combo with deal with it http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboD...t=Combo.635172
That's a pretty nice board as well.
I'm deciding between the Gigabyte and Asrock board at the moment.

Where can I order it from using PayPal and have it arrive on the 19th? o=
    
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AsRock is essentially a spinoff/subsidiary of Asus...that is why that you see the board layouts mirroring each other, when it comes to slot positions...

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Just one last question before I pull the trigger and bite the bullet on this.
Is it worth the extra money for the unlocked multiplier, or should I save myself $50 by going with a 2300?
    
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