Hello, everyone, I'm trying to decide what motherboard to get for an upcoming IVB build, and was looking at either the Asus Z77 V Deluxe, or Gigabyte's UD5H. I'll be pairing it with a 3770K and looking to OC into the 4.5GHz~ range, which seems reasonable so far. Anyway, so I've been looking up information about these boards with relation to overclocking, and I'm finding myself puzzled at the voltages being reported by CPU-Z. First off, the ASUS board sports more power stages or something, which sounds like it'd be helpful to overclocking. However, thus far, every article I've found seem to have the ASUS board reporting much higher voltage via CPU-Z than Gigabyte boards for very similar overclocks. Is this a problem with CPU-Z misreporting, or do the ASUS boards really require more voltage to be pushed through? Is it a result of having more power phases? I thought OC'ing would be more dependent on the CPU itself, where it'd have similar settings regardless of motherboard, but there are differences of up to 0.3v between the two boards. I'm confused.