Originally Posted by Peter.Cort
that asrock extreme 6 is a better board than the p67pro, it's got dual lan, more sata II connections, and an 18 phase VRM as opposed to a 12 phase VRM on the asus which is better for overclocking. It's a little more expensive, but the extreme 6 has more features than the p67 pro.
Uhh that's funny because I can get them both for the same price. (actually the Asrock is $5 cheaper)
The thing is I would trust Asus more. These reviews
are not helping either but if there are genuine advantages to buy it, I would.
The dual LAN is quite unless to me at the moment. The same goes for the extra SATAII connectors.
I guess the 18 phase is the only thing that I might be interesting in although I have to first search up what it is :P
EDIT: Would that 12 phase power design be stable in supplying the 2500k @ 4.6GHz?
EDIT: I just looked at the Gigabyte P67A-UD4 and it has everything I want (disregarding the UEFI although I'd rather stick to BIOS anyway because I don't often trust new technology that do not get updated often).
So now I've got
ASUS P8P67 Pro
Asrock P67 Extreme6