Asus Also Announces Non-Z Overclocking on 8-Series Mobos

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mass confusion going on here with these changes.
is this a way mobo manufacturers are getting back at Intel because they are progressing
(future reference) to an everything on-chip platform limiting the mobos from having a full set of features like in older boards.
so just let almost every board starting now 'open-up'..?

sorry guys but the future the SOC and ARM is growing and that's bad news for desktop enthusiast..
 

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I read somewhere that H-series mobos couldn't handle OC'ing. Was that guy crazy or not?

Also, is this worth paying the extra $40 or so for a K-series CPU?
 
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