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Old 29-01-13   #1
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Motherboard to Replace an Asus P8P67


I need to get my Asus P8P67 replaced due to dead SATA ports (remember the issue?). Well, I didn't go for a B3 revision to fix the problem then and there, now I need to RMA because all ports which aren't 6gbps ports are DEAD. Will sell the replacement board.

I need help in buying/building a new motherboard. My budget and requirements are as follows:
  • Budget:10k (15k MAX)
  • Existing hardware setup:Need to replace the Asus P8P67. All other components are in Signature and will remain unchanged.
  • Components from the existing setup that you intend to keep: Everything except Asus P8P67.
  • Components that you have in mind for your new PC: A Z77 Board? (4 USB3 PORTS REQUIRED)
  • Plans to upgrade in the future: Samsung 830 will be upgraded to 840 Pro soon, but that doesn't really matter to the motherboard.
  • Places from where you will buy components along with your location: Prime ABGB, Mumbai.
  • Are you comfortable with buying secondhand components from the Erodov market? : No.
  • Brand preferences: Asus, Gigabyte.
  • Will you be overclocking your setup?: Yes, already run at 4.6Ghz, would want a motherboard capable to running the same.
  • Which OS will you use?: Windows 7 Ultimate/8 Pro.

So yeah, please recommend me a board which will work well and has 4 USB3 ports at the back, minimum.

Thanks!
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Re: Motherboard to Replace an Asus P8P67

Asus Maximus V Gene.
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Re: Motherboard to Replace an Asus P8P67

Wait what. How is it cheaper than a Z77-V Pro?

Edit: It's a Micro ATX .. :/..

Edit 2: Doesn't work for me. I need a PCI Slot for my X-Fi Platinum.
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Re: Motherboard to Replace an Asus P8P67

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Wait what. How is it cheaper than a Z77-V Pro?

Edit: It's a Micro ATX .. :/..

Edit 2: Doesn't work for me. I need a PCI Slot for my X-Fi Platinum.
It has no shortcomings as far as overclocking goes (which is what I care in a mobo, ). Z77-V Pro does have IMO. But ofcourse if the PCI slot is a dealbreaker then......
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GIGABYTE Z77X UP5 or MSI Z77 MPOWER. Both mobo are very good
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Re: Motherboard to Replace an Asus P8P67

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GIGABYTE Z77X UP5 or MSI Z77 MPOWER. Both mobo are very good
19k and 16k. Out of budget.

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Re: Motherboard to Replace an Asus P8P67

Z77 MPOWER

check the link. I think you can get that cheaper in local market.
Also chech Asrock Extreme 6. My friend is using that. Its good.
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Re: Motherboard to Replace an Asus P8P67

If you don't mind the color scheme, get this one ASRock Fatal1ty Z77 Professional Motherboard - ASRock: Flipkart.com

Z77 Mpower is a great board, and possibly the best ATX board within 15-16k range in terms of performance and features. If you want to notch down a little, Z77A-GD65/GD43 should suffice. GD43 also has thunderbolt.

Asrock's Extreme4/6 models are also noteworthy. Gigabyte has the UD3H available here (no idea about the Dual Thunderbolt UP4 model) but I don't think that stands apart from the ones already mentioned.

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Thanks. I'll look into them.
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