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post #21 of 28
Instead of starting this exact thread, I will just revive this one

Looking at RMA'ing my b3 and perhaps swapping it out, wouldnt mind adding a few $. Anything better than the UD4? I only need 2 sata 6 ports and dont need an nf200, other than that I am open to anything.
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Instead of starting this exact thread, I will just revive this one

Looking at RMA'ing my b3 and perhaps swapping it out, wouldnt mind adding a few $. Anything better than the UD4? I only need 2 sata 6 ports and dont need an nf200, other than that I am open to anything.
Since you're swapping, might as well shoot for the Z68...

Gigabyte Z68X-UD4 (16 phase; SLI/Crossfire)...$189.99
Gigabyte Z68X-UD3P (12 phase; SLI/Crossfire)...$169.99
ASRock Z68 Extreme4 (8 phase; SLI/Crossfire)...$189.99
ASUS P8Z68-V Pro (???; All I know that it has received nice site reviews)...$209.99
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Since you're swapping, might as well shoot for the Z68...

Gigabyte Z68X-UD4 (16 phase; SLI/Crossfire)...$189.99
Gigabyte Z68X-UD3P (12 phase; SLI/Crossfire)...$169.99
ASRock Z68 Extreme4 (8 phase; SLI/Crossfire)...$189.99
ASUS P8Z68-V Pro (???; All I know that it has received nice site reviews)...$209.99
Nice thanks man, I wonder how the bios's are on the z series gigabyte boards? I haven't been too happy with my p67 bios's.
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The asus b3 revision boards are awesome. I have the deluxe and I could not be happier. The asus board seems to be a little less glitchy then some of the others. Gigabyte is known for there quality, but unfortunately they are still having problems with there bios/and turbo functions from what I understand.

Don't get me wrong, Asus still has some bugs to work out too. I think they have come along way since the recall.
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The asus b3 revision boards are awesome. I have the deluxe and I could not be happier. The asus board seems to be a little less glitchy then some of the others. Gigabyte is known for there quality, but unfortunately they are still having problems with there bios/and turbo functions from what I understand.

Don't get me wrong, Asus still has some bugs to work out too. I think they have come along way since the recall.
Interesting, I had an Asus for 1366 and it was great. Now to decide which Asus - what's the UD4 equivalent?
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The asus b3 revision boards are awesome. I have the deluxe and I could not be happier. The asus board seems to be a little less glitchy then some of the others. Gigabyte is known for there quality, but unfortunately they are still having problems with there bios/and turbo functions from what I understand.

Don't get me wrong, Asus still has some bugs to work out too. I think they have come along way since the recall.
I have an Asus P8P67 Pro and a Gigabyte P67A-UD4 (both b3) and the bios stability is much better on the gigabyte board. I would recommend it over any Asus board in this price range! Personally, I have owned 3 B3 Asus boards and they have a lot of issues. Nothing special with Asus and 1155. Now with 1366, they are my choice!
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Nice thanks man, I wonder how the bios's are on the z series gigabyte boards? I haven't been too happy with my p67 bios's.
This was the only site review I was able to find for the Z68X-UD4... http://www.vortez.net/articles_pages..._review,1.html

Hope this helps your decision
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This was the only site review I was able to find for the Z68X-UD4... http://www.vortez.net/articles_pages..._review,1.html

Hope this helps your decision
Great thanks man. I think that's where I'm leaning now.
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