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    Best mobo for a E4300?

    Hi

    I read form this forum that the Asus P5B Deluxe/WiFi is one of the best boards for overclocking a E4300/6300 but its quite pricey. Can the Asus P5B i965 do just as good a job as I am not too concerned with the wifi.

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    The P5B-E has received good reviews, you could take a 4300 to 3GHz and beyond. It is roughly the same price as the P5B on scan.

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