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P6T Deluxe V2 or Gigabyte EX-UD5?

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by douglatins, Mar 26, 2009.

  1. douglatins

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    I´ve been hearing negatives on both sides, and i understand thats normal, but which one is the absolut best? I humidly ask for your thought other than simple votes, either things heard and personal experience, not by comparing brands.

    Thanks in advance
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    Both are equal in every way except color, pwm, overall layout, heatsink, and bios. Good luck on your choice! :D
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    That seem a lot
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    I think PWm and bios are the 2 most importent things when buying a i7

    I like the gig better because i like the bios, the pwm and the color
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    Would a Gigabyte UD4P/UD5 be better than a Bloodrage?
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    I have had both of those too, and I would go bloodrage, also depending on what you are looking for the UD4P is a very nice selection from gig, it just lacks a few features but the PWM and PCie setup is exactly the same on the UDP4, UDP5 and the Extreme. You can go to the gig site and do a side by side to see what they took off to make it less expensive.

    Now the only drawback is the bloodrage has 3 memory slots, to most other boards 6, but it's a very sweet board.
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    By aesthetics they sure are, the only blood i see in the foxes is the one coming out of my eyes
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    I'm thinking about going Bloodrage for a higher end board, or a Gigabyte UD4P to save some money. I'm not sure whether price = quality in this situation, and I've been seeking some expert advice.
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    I still cant seem to choose between these 2, damn
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    ^I've decided on the UD4P.
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    Over a P6T Dlx? and that because of price?

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