Gigabyte SKT-1155 P67A-UD3P-B3 Motherboard - £104.70 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Seems a decent-ish price for a P67 motherboard - I haven't seen many reviews for it but it seems to be around £130 at other retailers (Scan, ebuyer etc.). I'm sure some more tech savvy people can debate the more complex oc stuff if they wish!
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#1
Seems a decent price. One thing it lacks over the model above it in the Gigabyte P67 range is that it's not suitable for dual graphic card setups.

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#2
To clarify, it is suitable for Crossfire, just not SLi.

I'm happier with Asus myself, but this is a good deal so heat :)
#3
£125.99 Scan's today only page, so good deal. There's also a 2GB 6950 on amazon for £182.46, but I think these are the newer models and can't be flashed with a modded BIOS to unlock the shaders: http://www.amazon.co.uk/VTX3D-Radeon-6950-PCI--Graphics/dp/B004L5XZBQ
#4
Voted hot. Good deal for a basic Sandy Bridge P67 motherboard. Like gigabyte too which is a bonus.

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To clarify, it is suitable for Crossfire, just not SLi.
I'm happier with Asus myself, but this is a good deal so heat :)


Have you looked at the specs? Don't get this for SLI or Crossfire setups though. Yes it will take a second graphics card (in Crossfire only) but the second PCI-e lane rus at X4 and not X16 therefore a complete waste of time.

Great for overclocking and a single gfx card setup!
#5
i thought gigabyte were stopping all production of p67 boards in favour of z68?
and the new z68 boards are here or will be in a couple weeks?

it SHOULD mean that p67 boards drop in price quickly, this would be good for me as the pc package i bought has the i5 2500k but an h67 board ( i have more important things to upgrade first before oc'ing the cpu)

in 6 months to a year i would be looking to upgrade my gigabyte h67 board for one i can overclock by more than 10%, a p67 should oc the i5 by 33%, a huge performance increase.

it is a decent price now but i think in 2 weeks it will plummet

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