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M4A87TD EVO - $50 shipped
M4A88T-V EVO - $51 shipped

Unless you need the IGP or it is out of stock I recommend staying with the 870 chipset board. Boards with integrated graphics processors do not OC as well.
Features are about equal; PCI-E at x16-x4, 8+1/8+2 VRM; ATX form factor
 

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Originally Posted by xd_1771;14142178
Unless you need the IGP or it is out of stock I recommend staying with the 870 chipset board. Boards with integrated graphics processors do not OC as well.
Features are about equal; PCI-E at x16-x4, 8+1/8+2 VRM; ATX form factor
I remember being able to overclock my Phenom II 945 to 4.2GHz using a cheap ASUS 790GX, so this isn't always the case. But if you're building a new system, it's worth looking at the $55 P67 Pro3; Sandy Bridge is a generation ahead of Deneb and Thuban and is just too similar in price.
 

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Both of these boards have a $10 rebate at the Egg if you are lucky enough to get a retail box with a upc code on it.
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Bummer no vrm cooling.
 

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Both of these boards have a $10 rebate at the Egg if you are lucky enough to get a retail box with a upc code on it.
budzos
tempting... as i got 2 open box motherboards in retail boxes with everything sealed except motherboard.
 

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Got my M4A88T-V EVO/USB3 today. It was a refurbed board that came from directly from
Asus. It fired up without any issues at all and it came with a manual + 2 sata cables and 1 ide cable. There was also a I/O shield included as well. Thanks again xd_1771!
budzos
 
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