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    Default Fatal1ty P67 Performance supports Pci 3.0 graphic card?

    I am going to buy a gtx 690...kon psu ta kinle valo hoy?Give me some suggestion..it's minimum requirement 650 W...Plz help
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    pci 3.0 is bs.U will not gain any real life benefit from it.U have to to use 3way sli or cfx to gain that minimum advdntage and that too will be visible only in benchmark.Plus u will need ivy to activate pci 3.

    Ans to ur question is yes u can run all latest gfx card in pci 2.0.They r 100% backwards compitable.

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    Ame ki p67 er sathe i5 2500k overclock korte parbo?Naki overclock er jonno onno mobo lagbe?Ar i5 2500k or i5 3550 konta valo hobe?i5 n mobo gular dam koto porbe?Plz help..

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    If you wish to overclock then you should be looking at the core i5 2500K as the K series of processors feature unlocked multipliers thus can be overclocked to quite an extent, if overclocking isn't your key interest, then go with the core i5 3550, if you look closely at the model number you can see it doesn't have the K suffix at the end, so it features locked multipliers and isn't overclock friendly, and if you're concerned about PCI E 3.0 you should buy the IVY bridge processor, because PCI E 3.0 can only be achieved with the 3rd Generation of core series processors, even if you own a PCI E 3.0 enabled motherboard and a PCI E 3.0 compatible graphics card, unless you're using a 3rd Gen Ivy series processor, you'll be limited to PCI E 2.0 only, hope this helps.
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    p67 still available? :S
    i thought these are out of market :S

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