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Glad I got the P8P67 EVO
Yes sir
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i like my sabertooth p67...
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Originally Posted by jp27 View Post
sorry to those that went with asus lol
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For $30 less, ASRock’s P67 Extreme6 carries over everything, except for the Ultra ATA controller from its Fatal1ty-branded sibling. That would make it the better value in our minds, except that the board came up 88 MHz short of the P8P67 Deluxe in CPU overclocking. While you decide whether 88 MHz is worth $30, also consider that the cheaper P67 Extreme6 has the best four-DIMM memory overclocking capability.


looks like asrock is the best bang for buck once you factor in price, who would pay $30 for 88mhz more? LMAO!!
OR this

with 30 dollar promo code
EMCKFHH34

ill take the asus
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