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Which one is a better choice?

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Processor Intel i5-3570K @ 3.4Ghz
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#2
Gigabyte Ga-ep45-ud3p
 

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#3
p45 Gigabyte has better results in overclocking.

If no OC, then the P5Q.
 
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#5
I'm an Asus fanboy so I've gotta vote P5Q-Pro. Jm had a e7200 at 4+Ghz on an open box for $80. Great overclockers!