Gigabyte P67A-UD3R-B3 vs msi p67A-gd65

i heard that the gigabyte has better overclocking and usb transfer speeds than msi..these two are almost same price ..which is the best among these
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  1. I have always been fond of Gigabyte boards but of late MSI has really been stepping it up and delivering much better products, so at this point I would say that you can’t go wrong with either one.

    Christian Wood
    Intel Enthusiast Team
  2. i saw some of the benchmarks they say that the periperals of gigabyte like usb transfer i much more faster than msi..because of gigabyte special technology to speed up usb transfer ..im having a intel i5 2500k and if i buy a msi motherboard p67a-gd65 with a cooler master hyper 212 plus cpu cooler can i overclock my processor to 4.5 ghzby using ic genie 2..i dont to overclock it manually as im new to overclock im afraid if something goes wrong and causes a hardware failure..is a amd card really suits intel..because im confused of choosing gtx 560ti and ati 6950hd 1gb..i dont to which to choose i want the best dx 11 tesselation performance..
  3. When it comes to the video cards you can run which ever you want they are both supported with our processors. There are some great guides on helping you overclock on the Intel® Core™ i5-2500K Including this one http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/265056-29-2600k-2500k-overclocking-guide.
  4. pls paste a working link sir..the link is dead..so with my cooler master hyper 212 plus cpu cooler and a as rock p67 extreme 4 motherboard ..can i overclock my cpu easily to 4.5 to 5ghz..at a temp of 46c at idle
    so it is true that gigabyte are fast in transferring periperals..what about as rock motherboard is they a good motherboard makers for oc gaming..
    sir i have a big doubt does intel i7 is really useful for gaming..because in tomshardware benchmark they said i7 power can be seen only in work stations but i will convert video very rarely..is i7 required for gaming..than i5 at 1080p res
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