I say no. Think about what you need your motherboard to do. Why waste extra money on Sabertooth? Seems like an e-peen thing to me. Money is better. --- How I see nearly every GameFAQs user: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KE2WriEmH5c
Literally zero reason to get a Sabertooth unless you are in love with the looks. Even then, it will be in a case so you won't really be looking at it unless you get a clear case or one with a clear panel.
It's a gimmick board. Don't waste your money. --- 3770k @ 4.8ghz psn:celtekk|steam:celtekk
If you are really into overclocking, then yeah. Otherwise no. Generalizing here but the only reason to go above $140 or so is if you're really into overclocking. And if you're not into OCing you can drop from that price. --- http://i.imgur.com/ULj4q.jpg Let strength be granted, so the world might be mended.
I've had my Asus Sabertooth motherboard for 3 or 4 years now and never had a problem with it. I'm still running a first gen i7 on lga 1366 and it's still working perfectly. --- i7 950 | Asus Sabertooth x58 | GTX 560 SLI | Corsair 6GB 1333 DDR3 | Vertex2 80GB | WD Caviar Black 500GB | Corsair 650W | W7 | Dell 24" | Razer Blackwidow
If you are really into overclocking, then yeah. Otherwise no. Generalizing here but the only reason to go above $140 or so is if you're really into overclocking. And if you're not into OCing you can drop from that price.
It's a 170 bucks.
also supports quad sli/cf, wtf.. lol
not sure who gonna do that on a 170 dollar mobo, guess miners will --- Steam: Xeeh Bitz | PSN: Xeeh Bitz | XBL: Xeeh You