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Old May 14, 2012, 07:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Galcobar View Post
That's Intel's attempt to say they know their previous boards were regarded as reliable workhorses which did not support overclocking well in design or -- especially -- in BIOS. Reviews of the Z77 indicate its feature set, power delivery and the UEFI BIOS along with the Extreme Tuning Utility to be at par for flexibility with major motherboard manufacturers' enthusiast models.
Good to hear. I noticed some comments about good overclocking on newegg reviews, but there wasn't any mention of specific speeds.
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