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Polling : Asus P8Z68-V Pro Or Deluxe Or Sabertooth

Gaming & Overclocking & Future

  • P8Z68 Deluxe

    Votes: 2 25.0%
  • P8Z68-V Pro

    Votes: 1 12.5%
  • Sabertooth P67

    Votes: 5 62.5%

  • Total voters
    8

Infinity9

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Hi

i want to buy new 1155 mainboard for Gaming and overclocking ..

my CPU is 2600K

in your opinion which is better ?
 

MxPhenom 216

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why Z68?

Why not just get p67 to save a few bucks and get the P8P67 Deluxe?
 

Infinity9

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:D
Why P67?

I'm in middle east, here P67 Deluxe is 330$ and Z68 Deluxe 340$ and V Pro is 280$ and Sabertooth is 260$
 

MxPhenom 216

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:D
Why P67?

I'm in middle east, here P67 Deluxe is 330$ and Z68 Deluxe 340$ and V Pro is 280$ and Sabertooth is 260$
do you relaly need a intergrated GPU and SSD caching? thats the only thing your getting with z68 over p67
 

Infinity9

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Memory 8GB Corsair 1866 9-10-9-28 1.65v
Video Card(s) Nvidia GeForce GTX 580@875 1150
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Benchmark Scores P7313 3D Mark 11 Score @ i7 4.60GHz - GTX580@875 1150
no i don't need :D

so P8P67 Deluxe Vs Sabertooth ... which is better ?
 

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:D
Why P67?

I'm in middle east, here P67 Deluxe is 330$ and Z68 Deluxe 340$ and V Pro is 280$ and Sabertooth is 260$
The answer is easy, go with the sabertooth. I love my P67 sabertooth. Its a very reliable motherboard with all of the features that most people will need. The quality of the Sabertooth might be a bit better than the Deluxe but the Deluxe has more features, none of which that I really needed. The PLX controller also causes problems with my Xonar DX.
 

Infinity9

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Benchmark Scores P7313 3D Mark 11 Score @ i7 4.60GHz - GTX580@875 1150
Tanks

I Chose The Sabertooth .
 

BababooeyHTJ

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Good choice just make sure to use a fan or just remove the thermal armor like I did. I think that it looks better that way too.
 

Infinity9

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Audio Device(s) Realtek® ALC 892
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Software Windows 7 Enterprise Sp 1 x64
Benchmark Scores P7313 3D Mark 11 Score @ i7 4.60GHz - GTX580@875 1150

MxPhenom 216

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ive read that there have been some boot issues with the Sabertooth, similar to that of the P8P67 Pro and Deluxe, which im pretty sure have been fixed with the new BIOS release that was released recently.
 
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ive read that there have been some boot issues with the Sabertooth, similar to that of the P8P67 Pro and Deluxe, which im pretty sure have been fixed with the new BIOS release that was released recently.
you could fix it before, it was a setting with some power saver option for pci stuff, turned it off and bingo- no issues.
 
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