MOBO best choice

Hi! I was recomender to get the asus p7p55d pro for my gamming needs but its out of stock... and I really cant see the exact options so what would be the next options... maybe from p7p55d? or Intel? or AMD? or Gigabyte?... would be very nice of you if you add more than 1 option... since maybe it could go out of stock also...
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  1. What's your budget.?
  2. The budget for my whole CPU is max $2000... of course if its cheaper would be better...

    I chose this components

    MOBO (to decide) I was recommended "p7p55d pro" but they only had evo, the -M and else... or other stuff... anyways the person who recommended this to me didnt told me the specifics of why that MOBO... thats why I asked if could be more models since I cant find them... maybe a ranking of 20 would be nice but I know that is too much to ask...
    Core i5 760
    5870/5850... *btw how is the perfomance of 5870 overclocked?*

    Mem. Kingston ValueRam 1333Mhz 2Gb DDR3 PC3-10600,
    CL9, Kit (2Gb x 1) *also willing to change but depending if they have it on stock*

    And other random stuff including a bluray burner, PSU... which sums up to $420... + The Core i5 that costs $272 so I have $692 without case, RAM, MOBO and GPU
  3. Emperus said:
    What's your budget.?


    So I think there is no much problem into that
  4. Why don't you opt for a X58 setup! You've a good enough budget for that.. And btw, are you sure you need a blu-ray burner.?
  5. Emperus said:
    Why don't you opt for a X58 setup! You've a good enough budget for that.. And btw, are you sure you need a blu-ray burner.?


    I might have the budget in the US but for imports is like one fifth more... so it exceeds I think... by the setup I used the whole computer costs $1697... I think it was like $2300 if I use X58... or maybe you have a cheaper setup?

    And no I dont need one but since I am going to change my burner why not upgrade it too instead of buying another exactly the same?
  6. http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/buyers-guide/2010/09/07/pc-hardware-buyer-s-guide-september-2010/5

    Take a look at the above config.. Subtract the SSD and replace the video card with a couple of GTX 460 1GB cards..
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