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    Intel Z77 Express Vs Intel Z68 Express Chipset

    hey I was looking to upgrade the motherboader Intel Z68 Express Chipset and I am confused on the Intel Z77 and Intel Z68. Now Intel Z77 Express support the USB 3.0 , IB compatible . so is there anyone here cam help me on this I will be really appreciating that.


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    It is worth noting that in each of the platforms support for graphical user interface PCI Express 3.0, and the model MSI Z77A-GD65 also package Lucid Virtu Universal MVP, combines the following technologies:

    1. HyperFormance (combines the work of an integrated and discrete graphics, allows to achieve performance gains in games by 30-70%, supported by graphics cards from AMD and NVIDIA);
    2. Virtual Vsync (designed to help choose the best option between the quality and performance)
    3. Switchable Graphics (allows you to properly distribute the load on the integrated and discrete graphics).

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    MSI Z77A-G43 and the MSI Z77MA-G45 in the form factor ATX and Micro-ATX, respectively, which, like their predecessors, are endowed with the support of firm development, as MSI ClickBIOS II on the UEFI technology and MSI OC Genie II to simplify acceleration of the process. In this first platform is notable for the fact that is made using high quality components in the progressive concept of MSI Military Class III.

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    Z68 Express chipset, along with Sandy Bridge processors can provide the most flexibility and performance of the LGA 1155, providing the user with all the tools necessary to modify the PC environment. Intel Z68 Express brings together, in essence, technology, P67 and H67, and provides the possibility of overclocking, and support integrated graphics processors Sandy Bridge.

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    And what is with the chipset H67 (h61) and p67? Why not just submit a Z68? marketing interests? Of course you can understand the existence of N67 chipset, which will be used in budget systems, but p67 completely loses its meaning.

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    By the way, motherboard manufacturers have decided to play it safe, and as a result, for example, Gigabyte and MSI models on the Z68 have the same coveted suffix B3 in the name - so that buyers absolutely no doubt.

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    So, Z68 should be, in fact, simply an improved combination of P67 and H67: to provide simultaneous acceleration processor and full support for SLI and CrossFire (the distinctive advantages of P67), as well as the functioning of the built-in graphics accelerator processor (a distinguishing feature of the H67). Eventually, however, Intel decided to reinforce the status of top-end chipset, adding yet another technology (which the company has long sought to bring to market), and motherboard manufacturers, for its part, plans to provide mass models on the Z68 and another functional advantage.
    Last edited by FutureTech; 03-20-2012 at 06:59 AM.

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    Well I was alos looking for the same and came across this article Which motherboard to go for: Intel Z77 or Intel Z68 hope this helps

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