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Old 27-09-13, 01:38 PM
Retrospec Retrospec is offline
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Post In the market for a new motherboard.

i am looking at a z77 board ethier somthing like the sabertooth or a motherboard with thunderbolt on it.What do you people think on oc3d think ive had a maximus extreme board but it broke on me and i cant relly bring myself to buy a new one its abit overkill to be honest as i am only going to be running 2 GPUs.

Thunderbolt would be nice as i have nerver used it before even on there extreme board (thats my fault for being a lemon and not realising) so i would like to try it.

That being said i would like the sabertooth but im not to sure tbh if there is any reviews or comparisons i could do thats would be nice but i'd like some opinions too on this to give me a better insite.

thanks guys.

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Old 27-09-13, 04:26 PM
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i've always had a sabertooth, there awesome boards IMO.

but that being said there are better mobos out that that do a better job for a lil less so it's really about looks if that's what you want...

do you plan to overclock?
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Old 27-09-13, 07:45 PM
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Mainly goes on the thunderbolt I want tbh I'm only going to sli 2 graphics cards.
My system specs are
intel core i7 3770k
Asus v extreme which is broken my fault
Corsair vengence 2133mhz
Gigabyte 660ti
Corsair 860i
Corsair carbide air 540
Asus mx279 monitor
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