It is simply a marketing tool to provide a preceive greater amount of options by providing little differences between boards... and saying theh are tailored to the Average user to Enthusiast user
'K, but that still leaves me wondering where they publish lists of these "little differences".
'Cuz, I know the UD5 adds a second networking ib over the UD3R but I'm not aware of anything else, 'cept $70. And a network card cannot be worth $70. Can it?
Or the chipset cooler between the UD5 and 7, is it really worth the $60 price differential?
And I've heard it said that as you rise through the models, the more "accommodating" to overclocking the boards become, but what tangible or even documented evidence of that exists. And how accommodating is "accommodating"? (I mean, sure, I won't try hitting 5GHz on a UD3R, but....
Thanks for your replies, tho'. (You seem to be the only bunny in here at the mo')