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What CPUs can i put into H110M mobos ?

Hi guys, i've recently bought a G4560 and im curious what CPU can i put in my H110M mobo for a future upgrade?I also have 1050Ti.

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Any Skylake or Kaby Lake based CPU.

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Just now, Berget said:

all the way up to 7700k

Lol, that's great!Can i overclock the 7700k on that mobo ?

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It will work just fine with the CPU and GPU you have.

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Just now, ElusiumClearley said:

Lol, that's great!Can i overclock the 7700k on that mobo ?

No I think he mean't just the 7700

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Just now, TheGhzGuy said:

It will work just fine with the CPU and GPU you have.

Im just curious, because in maybe 2 years i can find a second hand 7700k and buy it, idk

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1 minute ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

No I think he mean't just the 7700

Is the 7700 waste of money ?

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Just now, ElusiumClearley said:

Is the 7700 waste of money ?

Well it makes more sense to buy that one because you can't overclock the 'K' version on that board. 

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1 minute ago, ElusiumClearley said:

Im just curious, because in maybe 2 years i can find a second hand 7700k and buy it, idk

Well, I assume a 7700K will plug in and work fine, as it's the same socket (LGA1151) but you won't be able to overclock to my knowledge (as that's done with Z series boards)

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Just now, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

Well it makes more sense to buy that one because you can't overclock the 'K' version on that board. 

If there is a little price difference ?

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Just now, ElusiumClearley said:

If there is a little price difference ?

Or you buy a Z270 board...

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8 minutes ago, ElusiumClearley said:

Hi guys, i've recently bought a G4560 and im curious what CPU can i put in my H110M mobo for a future upgrade?I also have 1050Ti.

Nothing, it's not worth upgrading on that platform, and the VRM on the motherboard is likely very basic

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1 minute ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

Or you buy a Z270 board...

Why buy into a dead platform?

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Just now, Streetguru said:

Why buy into a dead platform?

Exactly so that's why I'd go for the 7700

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Just now, Streetguru said:

Nothing, it's not worth upgrading on that platform, and the VRM on the motherboard is likely very basic

Then i should buy a new mobo if i want to upgrade ? I think that will be more expensive

 

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Just now, ElusiumClearley said:

Then i should buy a new mobo if i want to upgrade ? I think that will be more expensive

 

Well, if you want to upgrade down the road, there will be newer, better platforms that are probably more worth your money at that point.

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5 minutes ago, ElusiumClearley said:

Then i should buy a new mobo if i want to upgrade ? I think that will be more expensive

 

If all you do is gaming at 60hz your CPU is fine

 

Whenever you upgrade you want to be on AM4 or Z370 or Z390, whatever intel decides

 

I would probably stick to AM4 for Ryzen +/Ryzen 2 8 cores

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I wouldn't trust the VRM of a cheap H110 board to handle a 7700k, plus you can't OC on that board making it pointless to get a K skew chip with that board anyway, repurpose the machine into a mining rig, slap a couple GPU's in it and make it pay for itself and for it's future upgrade.

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If you already have the h110 board and are happy with the performance then yes, but a used i7 7700 in a couple years and that will last you into 2022.

 

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If you currently are running the lowest end CPU, then you can't really call your mobo a dead end yet.

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1 minute ago, asand1 said:

If you already have the h110 board and are happy with the performance then yes, but a used i7 7700 in a couple years and that will last you into 2022.

 

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If you currently are running the lowest end CPU, then you can't really call your mobo a dead end yet.

Even by then you can likely get 6 core ryzen chips at the same price and just need a motherboard swap for an extra $70-100

I edit my posts a lot, Twitter is @LordStreetguru just don't ask PC questions there mostly...
 

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What is your budget/country for your new PC?

 

what monitor resolution/refresh rate?

 

What games or other software do you need to run?

 

 

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