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    Which is the best motherboard in z68 series?

    I will have
    • 2600K and an EVGA GeForce GTX 570
    • I need 4 SATAS 6.0Gbs.


    Among
    • ASUS
    • GIGABYTE
    • MSI

    Price is not really a trouble.Please recommend the best.

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    Re: Which is the best motherboard in z68 series?

    It is ridiculously expensive, but still a good price, with lots of features. I am a normal guy, but Asus has read a lot of problems with the Asus P67 so you do not want to risk the Z68 . In addition, Gigabyte was far and above a larger selection of plates Z68.

    As for MSI, heard horror stories with customer service, par DOA in the past (was capable to contract only with Newegg), I will by no means buy from them again.

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    Re: Which is the best motherboard in z68 series?

    Yes, ASUS iv always gone and your right about MSI, there are types of customer Service. Nevertheless perhaps when I had to go P67 .If I'm buying a 120 GB SSD to run all the programs and things outside. Is there any necessitate for the cache in a diminutive SSD?

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    Re: Which is the best motherboard in z68 series?

    Quote Originally Posted by Martyna View Post
    Yes, ASUS iv always gone and your right about MSI, there are types of customer Service. Nevertheless perhaps when I had to go P67 .If I'm buying a 120 GB SSD to run all the programs and things outside. Is there any necessitate for the cache in a diminutive SSD?
    If you're using an SSD as primary drive, I do not observe to a great extent reason to Z68 if not using GPU fine.

    As for the brand I think I read that gigabyte is not going to make any kind of support more than one p67 only continue rolling with the Z68, but that person may have been wrong. I'll stick with Asus in this case.

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    Re: Which is the best motherboard in z68 series?

    Just curious, the hypocrisy? Like a hardware limitation or cannot do that because it is a total waste of money and may yield less performance than SSD alone? I'm really curious, since it would be great if it were a hardware limitation.

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    Re: Which is the best motherboard in z68 series?

    I have the Asus P8Z68 Pro-V, and is a great motherboard. Obviously, as noted above the 120 GB SSD / 1 or 2 TB is the ideal way to go, but if you're only going to pick up a 40-64GB SSD then the smart response technology offer performance. It's really the intention at this point that for a value for the user who needs to acquire enhanced its mechanical drive by means of a hybrid SSD function.

    Possibly in the future could have a broader role that introduced for the benefit of SSD in a RAID configuration. If you wish lucid and control applications that make use of the I-GPU or GPU-D, then well worth it. You can run a bank or playing a video game and converts D-GPU videos on I-GPU at the similar time. Go Z68 if you desire the features of P67 is otherwise a high-quality option as others said.

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    Re: Which is the best motherboard in z68 series?

    I would say very much in favor of a mechanical boot drive with a SSD cache instead of a boot with SSD storage unit. Boot times are almost identical configurations, and installing the entire operating system on the SSD, you're losing a lot of fast and expensive storage files are used very little, if using.

    The only time a starting SSD is meaningless compared to the beginning of a decent spinner with an SSD cache is when only a few programs and can fit everyone in the SSD, with the storage unit is strictly for the media.

    Even go so far as to suggest that instead of a single 120 GB SSD, plus a storage unit 1 TB, takes into account a pair of 64 GB disks - one for the operating system, and other storage caching of large unit. You'd see much performance the system still that way.

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    Re: Which is the best motherboard in z68 series?

    A kind of” Return" refers to the fact that it may be that just wouldn’t do it. The fact is that it can be done (SSD SSD caching).

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    Re: Which is the best motherboard in z68 series?

    In my estimation, ASUS and Gigabyte has the present generation of motherboards completely blocked. No one else offer so well. Again. My estimation. If you desire to spend a preposterous amount of money. In the most excellent of the tables are more benefits Z68.
    • Asus Maximus IV Z
    • GIGABYTE Z68AUD7

    That power with an excellent stage, tons of connectivity features, and NF200 driver that increases the number of lanes PCIE.

    So if you want to be very good, but at a lower end of the spectrum, UD3 board that was recently revised (which is on the first page) is high-quality. Many people are contented with it. The before mentioned Z68-V-Pro is exceptional too. Those who approach in at or just underneath the range of $ 220. It is also high-quality in that variety is the Z68A Gigabyte .UD3P which is comparable to the card from the primary page, nevertheless without the incorporated video output gives you a pair of stages in the VRM.

    Midrange is UD5 Gigabyte, which is on the whole similar to UD7, if not you lose a pair of features such as LCD poster, 4 phase power, and NF200.Asus is the corresponding of the "Deluxe" board Z68.

    The only mid-range type of sub-amateur level boards does not really do anything special. I do not entirely see the point. I to five stars to three stars. You cannot see the nose of the board of four stars.

    Note that Z tables vary from the plates P that a 8 +2 phase (Asus) design is 8 +2 P67 VTT, but would be 8 +2 Z iGPU. In any VRM designs I've seen so far, in spite of of how numerous phases the VTT partially phases have been to the GPU included into the CPU. It does not matter for 99. 9% of users, nevertheless if you imagine going to a new-fangled world record overclock, I disabled on or somewhere above 5 GHz.

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    Re: Which is the best motherboard in z68 series?

    The MSI-GD80 z68a I started a little shaky but have become a solid motherboard. I imagine most of my troubles stemmed from not considerate some things about the MSI.

    MSI first time that I own. I mostly use Asrock, Asus and Intel. But this board stacks up against the rest of the higher middle range boards I've had.

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    Re: Which is the best motherboard in z68 series?

    He was not a SSD caching by means of an SSD although. He is chatting about captivating an 80 GB SSD to 60GB partition, parting 20 for the cache of your mechanical hard drive.

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