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Mainboard review

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Hi,

I curious about some Mainboard Reviews.

I find it hard to choose which Mainboard will fitt best when building a new system. Yes you can compare the different speccs, but what about bios settings. How will it performe in overclocking? Are the programms included any good? What about fan controle?

It would be nice to see some Reviews off different Brands, or am i missing something?

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Just get n ASUS motherboard an you will be happy.

All motherboards overclock the same as long as they are the correct chipset, like Z370 or whatever.

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+1 for Asus. They make a great board for pretty much any platform. EVGA does as well. If you're looking to overclock, get the best board you can within your budget. If you don't think you'll be overclocking at all, just get which ever board fits your budget and appeals to you. 

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You have to compare VRMs, those are the most important, then BIOS and onboard features.

 

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