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I can't understand how hardware vendors can justify making 184 boring variants and not have the balls to make just 1 board that has high-end PWM components, decent bios and basic amount of features.

 

Well ... I can. They want overclockers to pay too much for the basic stuff they want.

 

wtf!!!

 

QFT!!!

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Well, 5.1 or 7.1 it's all doesn't matter much, both are sux in a way of having ac97 codec.

 

As for PS/2, I think anyone now can afford USB keyboard for 5$, no? It's like complaining about not having ISA or LPT port on new boards. I have few LPT devices, like firmware flashers etc, so what, I should ask vendors to keep LPT for 20 years more, just because 0.0001% of users still have something legacy?

 

Making statements based on pictures, is like putting a medical diagnose by looking at patient passport photo :D

 

p.s. I wonder which vendor will first name new board with "somevendor name BEST-BOARD.EVA. edition"

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It's not about the USB connection itself, but rather about the sometimes flaky behavior of the USB ports during extreme overclocking sessions. Also, if you are booting in XP and only have a USB keyboard/mouse, it's impossible to do anything if the OS has to reinstall devices as USB drivers are not the first thing it loads. Intel's magnificent boards have had 0x PS/2 for a while now and everytime I have one on my desk I get frustrated because I need to reinstall XP because I can't load an older version.

 

Your medical diagnose analogy doesn't really fit. Based on a (recent) passport photo I can make the medical diagnose that someone is missing two eyes and therefore will not be suited to be surgeon. Or that someone is missing two legs ...

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If some P67 board will be released with OC name on it and all features have been ripped off, it should cost like 70€.

 

Overclocking is mostly limited by CPU on this platform, so what kind of gains we would get from OC board?

 

Current boards with price around 100€ can overclock CPU's very well and they have all the features basic user can need.

 

This board cost around 100€ in Finland: http://hwbot.org/community/submission/2123102_drnip_pifast_core_i7_2600k_13.3_sec

Nooooo....Huge amount of unnecessary features!!! http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=oztxS9uaDrwQwO2Y

 

I hope at least someone will get my point :)

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I was going to ask the same question

 

why are there two P67A-UD7 ?

 

Me Three! I was just coming to ask Massman why there is two P67A-UD7 boards listed?

 

This has been since way back, I realized it when I submitted for the Bclk challenge and didn't get a hardware cup for the first spot on UD7, yet I did after later submitting a score for UD4. After that I noticed there was two when looking at all results, and someone else reminded me about it earlier this week.

 

I'm not asking about the cup cause it's not a biggie, but seeing the list now in full made me realize I should ask you why there is two (P67A-UD7 - GA-P67A-UD7) as it kinda skews other results I'm sure.

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Just fixed the P67A-UD7 twin situation.

 

Here's some figures that might be interesting to y'all:

 

hwbot-dbase-result.png

 

Given there are 7 CPU benchmarks applicable to Sandy Bridge that generate points, we can assume that a normal user will submit 7 results on average. 19 results per user is darn impressive! The higher results/user ratio, I guess the 'more faith' one has in his/her setup?

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Just fixed the P67A-UD7 twin situation.

 

Here's some figures that might be interesting to y'all:

 

hwbot-dbase-result.png

 

Given there are 7 CPU benchmarks applicable to Sandy Bridge that generate points, we can assume that a normal user will submit 7 results on average. 19 results per user is darn impressive! The higher results/user ratio, I guess the 'more faith' one has in his/her setup?

 

or the harder the mobo is to work with so you submit thinking its the chips best, then try other things ;)

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Latest query: 5964 results. Still the same unoptimized query.

 

Updated (still unoptimized) query. Number of results: 13063 by 622 users using 61 different mainboards.

 

Average MHz | # unique overclockers | mainboard

 

5453 | 21 | P8P67 Evo

5430 | 51 | Maximus IV Extreme

5399 | 23 | P8P67

5397 | 61 | P67A-UD7

5394 | 16 | TP67XE

5382 | 10 | P67A-UD7

5358 | 23 | P67A-UD5

5356 | 54 | P8P67 Pro

5325 | 43 | P67A-GD65

5322 | 29 | P67A-UD4

5309 | 12 | P67A-GD55

5297 | 49 | P8P67 Deluxe

 

Limiting to 2500K and 2600K. Excluding all results <4800 (worst max cpu so far) and >6000 (faulty submissions). Minimum unique users is 10.

 

SELECT ROUND(AVG(cpu_oc)), "|" , COUNT(DISTINCT user_id), "|" , mb_model.name FROM result JOIN mb_model ON (result.mb_model_id = mb_model.model_id) JOIN manufacturer ON (mb_model.manufacturer_id = manufacturer.manufacturer_id) WHERE (cpu_oc>4800 AND cpu_oc<6000 AND (cpu_id=2277 OR cpu_id=2289)) GROUP BY result.mb_model_id HAVING COUNT(DISTINCT user_id)>9 ORDER BY ROUND(AVG(cpu_oc)) DESC;

 

Current standing:

 

Average MHz | # unique overclockers | mainboard

 

5433 | 41 | P8P67 Evo

5431 | 10 | Big Bang Marshal

5429 | 89 | Maximus IV Extreme

5399 | 97 | P67A-UD7

5389 | 12 | Sabertooth P67

5383 | 30 | P67A-UD5

5362 | 21 | TP67XE

5360 | 45 | P8P67

5357 | 13 | P67 Professional

5328 | 80 | P8P67 Pro

5327 | 11 | P67 Extreme4

5306 | 84 | P8P67 Deluxe

5301 | 54 | P67A-UD4

5295 | 14 | P67A-UD3P

5273 | 18 | P67A-GD55

5271 | 68 | P67A-GD65

 

Average MHz | # unique overclockers | mainboard

 

1028 | 11 | P8P67 Evo

1020 | 10 | TP67XE

1018 | 30 | Maximus IV Extreme

1009 | 5 | P67A-UD7

1005 | 37 | P67A-UD7

994 | 13 | P67A-UD5

993 | 32 | P8P67 Pro

968 | 34 | P8P67 Deluxe

954 | 23 | P67A-UD4

942 | 28 | P67A-GD65

908 | 5 | P67A-UD3P

899 | 6 | P67A-GD55

887 | 13 | P8P67

 

Limiting to 2500K and 2600K. Excluding results with memory frequency <400MHz (DDR3-800 lowest supported multiplier) and >1200MHz (not obtainable with retail cpu). Minimum unique users is 5.

 

SELECT ROUND(AVG(result.memClock)), "|" , COUNT(DISTINCT user_id), "|" , mb_model.name FROM result JOIN mb_model ON (result.mb_model_id = mb_model.model_id) JOIN manufacturer ON (mb_model.manufacturer_id = manufacturer.manufacturer_id) WHERE (memClock>400 AND memClock<1200 AND (cpu_id=2277 OR cpu_id=2289)) GROUP BY result.mb_model_id HAVING COUNT(DISTINCT user_id)>4 ORDER BY ROUND(AVG(memClock)) DESC;

 

Current standing:

 

Average MHz | # unique overclockers | mainboard

 

1042 | 20 | P8P67 Evo

1035 | 5 | P8P67 WS Revolution

1022 | 49 | Maximus IV Extreme

1010 | 62 | P67A-UD7

1004 | 18 | P67A-UD5

998 | 43 | P8P67 Pro

982 | 54 | P8P67 Deluxe

975 | 5 | DP67BG

972 | 11 | Sabertooth P67

967 | 11 | TP67XE

948 | 35 | P67A-UD4

946 | 31 | P8P67

939 | 40 | P67A-GD65

921 | 6 | P67 Extreme4

916 | 6 | P67A-UD3P

915 | 7 | P67 Professional

886 | 8 | P67A-GD55

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Updated first post. Almost 350 LGA1155 mainboards in the dbase ... but less than 50% is actually being used :D

 

Last update: 09/08/2011

 

LGA 1155 facts:

 

- 34068 overclocking results

- 1380 overclockers

- 349 mainboards

- 141 mainboards used

- 17 mainboard manufacturers

- 10 chipsets

 

List of all B65 MAINBOARDS

 

- GIGABYTE GA-P65A-UD3

- GIGABYTE GA-P65A-UD3-B3

- Intel DB65AL

 

List of all C202 MAINBOARDS

 

- Intel S1200BTS

- Supermicro X9SCL

- Supermicro X9SCL+-F

- Supermicro X9SCL-F

 

List of all C204 MAINBOARDS

 

- Asus P8B-E/4L

- Asus P8B-M

- Asus P8B-X

- Intel S1200BTL

- Supermicro X9SCA

- Supermicro X9SCA-F

- Supermicro X9SCI-LN4

- Supermicro X9SCI-LN4F

- Supermicro X9SCM

- Supermicro X9SCM-F

- Tyan S5512

 

List of all C206 MAINBOARDS

 

- Asus P8B WS

- Portwell ROBO-8110VG2AR

 

List of all H61 MAINBOARDS

 

- name name

- Asrock H61DE/S3

- Asrock H61DE/SI

- Asrock H61DEL

- Asrock H61iCafe

- Asrock H61M

- Asrock H61M-GE

- Asrock H61M-GS

- Asrock H61M-HVGS

- Asrock H61M-HVS

- Asrock H61M-ITX

- Asrock H61M-S

- Asrock H61M-VS

- Asrock H61M/U3S3

- Asus P8H61

- Asus P8H61 Evo

- Asus P8H61 Plus

- Asus P8H61 Pro

- Asus P8H61-I

- Asus P8H61-M

- Asus P8H61-M Evo

- Asus P8H61-M LE

- Asus P8H61-M Le/USB3

- Asus P8H61-M LX

- Asus P8H61-M Plus

- Asus P8H61-M Plus V2

- Asus P8H61-M Pro

- Asus P8H61-V

- Asus P8H61/USB3

- Biostar H61MGC

- Biostar H61MH

- Biostar H61MHB

- Biostar H61ML

- Biostar H61MLB

- Biostar H61MLC

- Biostar H61MU3

- Biostar TH61

- Biostar TH61 ITX

- Biostar TH61A

- Biostar TH61U3+

- Ecs Elitegroup H61H2-A

- Ecs Elitegroup H61H2-I2

- Ecs Elitegroup H61H2-M

- Ecs Elitegroup H61H2-M12

- Ecs Elitegroup H61H2-M13

- Ecs Elitegroup H61H2-M2

- Ecs Elitegroup H61H2-M3

- Ecs Elitegroup H61H2-M5

- Ecs Elitegroup H61H2-M6

- Ecs Elitegroup H61H2-M7

- Foxconn H61A

- Foxconn H61MX

- Foxconn H61MX EL

- Foxconn H61MXV

- Foxconn H61S

- Gaida MI-H61

- GIGABYTE GA-H61M-D2-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H61M-D2P-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H61M-S2-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H61M-S2H

- GIGABYTE GA-H61M-S2P-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H61M-S2V-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H61M-USB3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H61N-USB3

- GIGABYTE GA-HA65M-D2H-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-HA65M-UD3H-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-P61-DS3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-P61-S3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-P61-USB3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-PA65-UD3-B3

- Intel DH61AG

- Intel DH61BE

- Intel DH61CR

- Intel DH61DL

- Intel DH61WW

- Jetway MIH61M-D

- Jetway MIH61M-DO

- Jetway MIH61M-DS

- Jetway MIH61M-DU3

- Jetway MIH61M-HU3

- Jetway TI61AG

- Jetway TI61AG3

- Jetway TI61MG

- MSI H61I-E35 (B3)

- MSI H61M-E23 (B3)

- MSI H61M-E33 (B3)

- MSI H61M-P21 (B3)

- MSI H61M-P22 (B3)

- MSI H61M-P23 (B3)

- MSI H61M-P33 (B3)

- MSI H61MU-E35 (B3)

- MSI PH61-P33 (B3)

- MSI PH61A-P35 (B3)

- Supox IH61MB-Q3

- Supox IH61MY-Q3

- Supox IH61MY-Q7

- Supox IP61AX-Q7

- Zotac H61

- Zotac H61-ITX WiFi

 

List of all H67 MAINBOARDS

 

- name name

- Asrock H67DE3

- Asrock H67M

- Asrock H67M-GE

- Asrock H67M-GE/HT

- Asrock H67M-ITX

- Asrock H67M-ITX/HT

- Asus P8H67

- Asus P8H67-I

- Asus P8H67-I Deluxe

- Asus P8H67-M

- Asus P8H67-M Evo

- Asus P8H67-M LE

- Asus P8H67-M LX

- Asus P8H67-M Pro

- Asus P8H67-V

- Asus P8H67D-M

- Biostar H67MH

- Biostar H67MU3

- Biostar TH67+

- Biostar TH67A+

- Biostar TH67B

- Biostar TH67XE

- Ecs Elitegroup H67H2-A3

- Ecs Elitegroup H67H2-I

- Ecs Elitegroup H67H2-M

- Ecs Elitegroup H67H2-M2

- Ecs Elitegroup H67H2-M3

- Ecs Elitegroup H67H2-M4

- Foxconn H67A

- Foxconn H67A-S

- Foxconn H67M

- Foxconn H67M-S

- Foxconn H67M-V

- Foxconn H67MP

- Foxconn H67MP-S

- Foxconn H67MP-V

- Foxconn H67MXV

- Foxconn H67S

- Gaida MI-H67

- GIGABYTE GA-H67A-D3H-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H67A-UD3H

- GIGABYTE GA-H67A-UD3H-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H67A-USB3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H67M-D2

- GIGABYTE GA-H67M-D2-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H67M-UD2H

- GIGABYTE GA-H67M-UD2H-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H67MA-D2H

- GIGABYTE GA-H67MA-D2H-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H67MA-UD2H

- GIGABYTE GA-H67MA-UD2H-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H67MA-USB3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-H67N-USB3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-PH67-DS3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-PH67-UD3

- GIGABYTE GA-PH67-UD3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-PH67A-D3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-PH67A-UD3

- GIGABYTE GA-PH67A-UD3-B3

- Intel DH67BL

- Intel DH67CF

- Intel DH67CL

- Intel DH67GD

- Intel DH67VR

- Jetway IH65

- Jetway MIH67M-HU3

- MSI H67MA-E35

- MSI H67MA-E35 (B3)

- MSI H67MA-E45

- MSI H67MA-E45 (B3)

- MSI H67MA-ED55

- MSI H67MA-ED55 (B3)

- MSI H67MS-E23 (B3)

- MSI H67MS-E33

- MSI H67MS-E33 (B3)

- MSI H67MS-E43

- MSI H67MS-E43 (B3)

- MSI PH67A-C43

- MSI PH67A-C43 (B3)

- MSI PH67S-C43

- MSI PH67S-C43 (B3)

- Sapphire PURE Platinum H67

- Supox IH67AX-Q7

- Zotac H67-ITX WiFi

 

List of all P67 MAINBOARDS

 

- Asrock Fatal1ty P67 Performance

- Asrock Fatal1ty P67 Professional

- Asrock P67 Extreme3

- Asrock P67 Extreme4

- Asrock P67 Extreme4 Gen3

- Asrock P67 Extreme6

- Asrock P67 Pro

- Asrock P67 Pro3

- Asrock P67 Pro3 SE

- Asus Maximus IV Extreme

- Asus P8P67

- Asus P8P67 Deluxe

- Asus P8P67 Evo

- Asus P8P67 LE

- Asus P8P67 Pro

- Asus P8P67 WS Revolution

- Asus P8P67-M

- Asus P8P67-M Pro

- Asus P8P67D Evo

- Asus Sabertooth P67

- Biostar TP67B+

- Biostar TP67XE

- Ecs Elitegroup P67H2-A

- Ecs Elitegroup P67H2-A2

- Ecs Elitegroup P67H2-A3

- Ecs Elitegroup P67H2-A4

- Evga P67 Classified

- Evga P67 FTW

- Evga P67 Micro

- Evga P67 SLI

- Foxconn P67A

- Foxconn P67A-S

- Foxconn Rattler

- GIGABYTE GA-P67-DS3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-D3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD3

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD3P

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD3P-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD3R

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD3R-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD4

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD4-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD5

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD5-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD7

- GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD7-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-P67X-UD3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-P67X-UD3R-B3

- Intel DP67BA

- Intel DP67BG

- Intel DP67DE

- Jetway HI08

- MSI Big Bang Marshal

- MSI Big Bang Marshal (B3)

- MSI P67A-C43

- MSI P67A-C43 (B3)

- MSI P67A-C45

- MSI P67A-C45 (B3)

- MSI P67A-G43 (B3)

- MSI P67A-G45 (B3)

- MSI P67A-GD53

- MSI P67A-GD53 (B3)

- MSI P67A-GD55

- MSI P67A-GD55 (B3)

- MSI P67A-GD65

- MSI P67A-GD65 (B3)

- MSI P67A-GD80

- MSI P67A-GD80 (B3)

- MSI P67A-GD80 (B3)

- MSI P67S-C43

- MSI P67S-C43 (B3)

- MSI P67S-GD53

- Sapphire Pure Black P67 Hydra

- Supermicro C7P67

 

List of all Q67 MAINBOARDS

 

- Asus P8Q67-M DO

- Asus P8Q67-M DO/TPM

- Foxconn Q67M

- Foxconn Q67M-S

- GIGABYTE GA-Q67M-D2H-B3

- Intel DQ67OW

- Intel DQ67SW

- Portwell RUBY-D712VG2AR

- Portwell WADE-8012

- Supermicro C7Q67

 

List of all Z68 MAINBOARDS

 

- Asrock Fatal1ty Z68 Professional Gen3

- Asrock Z68 Extreme3 Gen3

- Asrock Z68 Extreme4

- Asrock Z68 Extreme4 Gen3

- Asrock Z68 Extreme7 Gen3

- Asrock Z68 Pro3

- Asrock Z68 Pro3-M

- Asrock Z68M-ITX/HT

- Asrock Z68M/USB3

- Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z

- Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z

- Asus P8Z68 Deluxe

- Asus P8Z68-M Pro

- Asus P8Z68-V

- Asus P8Z68-V Le

- Asus P8Z68-V LX

- Asus P8Z68-V Pro

- Biostar TZ68A+

- Biostar TZ68K+

- Evga Z68 FTW

- Evga Z68 SLI

- Evga Z68 SLI Micro

- Foxconn Z68A-S

- GIGABYTE G1.Sniper 2

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68A-D3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68A-D3H-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68AP-D3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68M-D2H

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68MA-D2H-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68MX-UD2H-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68P-DS3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68X-UD3-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68X-UD3P-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68X-UD3R-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68X-UD4-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68X-UD4H-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68X-UD5-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68X-UD7-B3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68XP-D3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68XP-UD3

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68XP-UD3-iSSD

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68XP-UD3R

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68XP-UD4

- GIGABYTE GA-Z68XP-UD5

- Intel DZ68DB

- Jetway MIZ68M-H

- MSI Z68A-G43 (B3)

- MSI Z68A-G45 (B3)

- MSI Z68A-GD55 (B3)

- MSI Z68A-GD55 (G3)

- MSI Z68A-GD65 (B3)

- MSI Z68A-GD65 (G3)

- MSI Z68A-GD80 (B3)

- MSI Z68A-GD80 (G3)

- MSI Z68MA-ED55 (B3)

- MSI Z68MA-G45 (B3)

- Sapphire PURE Platinum Z68

- Zotac Crown Edition-ZT-Z68 U1DU3 SuperOverclocking

- Zotac Z68-ITX WiFi

- Zotac Z68-ITX WiFi Supreme

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