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Looks like the major differences between the ud3l and ud3r is the raid and silent pipe heat sink.

Anyone know if the Artic 7 Freezer interferes with the board at all?
 

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Looks like the major differences between the ud3l and ud3r is the raid and silent pipe heat sink.

Anyone know if the Artic 7 Freezer interferes with the board at all?
No, you'll be fine.

The original Freezer 7 worked just fine on my buddies UD3R
 

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Here is a chart showing the differences in the boards--stay away from the L "lite" as the cooling is not that goood for overclocking
Mobo Differences
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No its fine.
 

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I have the UD3R and I love it.

However, I am now regretting not getting the UD3P - for the 2nd PCIe slot.

I didnt think Id need a second Graphics card either,,, then I started folding,

With regard to your 800MHz DDR2, if you are going to OC, this ram may limit your speeds. Ive found the 1066's gives me some good head room.

I guess it will depend on your budget.
 

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The only reason I'm sticking with 800MHz is that I just bought 2x2gb RAM with plans of putting it in my Asus board, but the Asus board recently has been faulty. As long as I can get my 2.66GHz core 2 to 3.0GHz, I'll be happy.


I've thought about the 2nd PCIe slot, but I've had one for 2 yrs now and have yet to use it. But then again the UD3P is only $10 more than the UD3R at the egg!
 

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I'll say what everyone else has said: The UD3R/UD3P is one of the best LGA775 boards in that price range. I like my Asus P5Q Pro (Asus P5Q Turbo and Pro Turbo are what these are called now), but it has a couple of problems: picky about RAM, sketchy IDE controller. But they're good boards too. But the UD3R would probably be your best choice.
 
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