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Hey, is it worth buy motherboard wothout supporting OC, if i don't wana overclock, but processor support OC and don't have a lot budget?

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5 minutes ago, Tech87 said:

What specific parts are you looking at getting?

I already have Ryzen 5 1600 AF, i'm going to buy Gigabyte ga-a320-h, it doesn't support OC, but i'm stuck in budget, shoud i just wait or buy it?

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My thought is if you're not going to overclock, then you don't need any overclocking components, but if you can share your hardware specs to confirm, that would be helpful.

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2 minutes ago, Tech87 said:

Okay, are you buying the board new or used?

New, i'm going for Gigabyte ga-320m-h

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If you're not going to overclock, no, you don't need to get an OC motherboard, however the older AMD chips really do benefit from it and you should consider overclocking it. Also, B350 motherboards really aren't that much more than their A series counterparts and usually use better components. I don't really see the value in saving $10 or $15 here.

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1 minute ago, dizmo said:

If you're not going to overclock, no, you don't need to get an OC motherboard, however the older AMD chips really do benefit from it and you should consider overclocking it. Also, B350 motherboards really aren't that much more than their A series counterparts and usually use better components. I don't really see the value in saving $10 or $15 here.

So, I just don't need motherboard with OC support if i'm not going to overclock?

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No OC? No problem.

 

Get the board that fits your budget.

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1 hour ago, Renaldsq said:

So, I just don't need motherboard with OC support if i'm not going to overclock?

Kind of self explanatory isn't it?

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Monitor: LG 29WK500 Mouse: G.Skill MX780 Keyboard: G.Skill KM780 Cherry MX Red

 

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