Does this board support SLI. . .?? I guess this board does support USB 3.0 and 6G sata. . .
No it doesn’t. If you are a gamer, don’t go for the H67 chipset. Instead go for P67 or Z68 (this one is preferred if you can afford it). Links are as follows:
If you are going to buy a P67 motherboard, make sure to purchase the revised B3 version. You might want to check out http://www.priceguide.in/motherboard/gigabyte-ga-z68ma-d2h-b3/, it’s the cheapest Z68 motherboard at the moment.
What is the maximum graphics memory this board supports ?
It can support up to 1.7 GB, theoretically at least. Refer to the following section on Intel’s website: http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/CS-029090.htm#max
Look next to “2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors with Intel® HD Graphics 3000/2000
(Paired with Intel® 6 Series Chipsets)”PS: If you are using Windows XP, the maximum is 1 GB. Please refer to the bottom note on the page I have just referred you to
I would like to know which board is better between DH67CL and DH67VR with intel I5-2500K.
A Z68 motherboard would be any day better for an Intel 2500K compared to H67/P67 chipset motherboards. But to answer your question, the DH67CL is better than DH67VR.
I am not a serious gamer but i play games. I am buying the DH67CL with i3-2100 2nd gen.
For example will i be able to play fifa12 ???
You probably will be able to but on low settings. Have a look at this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFPB_gkLOq8
Mind you though, it’s on an i5 2500 though. And anyways, if your i3’s Intel HD 2000 isn’t able to handle games you like, you can always consider purchasing a dedicated GPU.
which mother board and processer convienent to play games. please tell me
I am using dh67cl, I5-2500k… no graphic card. I am able to play most game I have tried so far.. works good. but still not best for games as I experience some slowness in higher resolutions.
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