I am looking to build my first computer, and i have a shopping list set up, except i just found out my CPU isn't compatible with my motherboard, so if anyone has any suggestions for a new one i would love to hear them. Here's the system specs:
Gskill ripjaws 16gb DDR3 1600 RAM
OCZ Vertex 4 128gb ssd
Galaxy geforce GTX 670 4gb GPU
Cooler Master storm trooper case
Intel core i5 3570k CPU
Enermax pro82+ 625w power supply
2 120mm front fans, 1 140mm rear fan, 1 200mm top fan
ASUS 24x DVD burner
Again, this is my first build, so any and all advice would be appreciated.
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Jun 13, 13 at 8:55am
can we close these old threads? seriously, its just attracting nothing but one-posters that are borderline spammers.
Jun 13, 13 at 8:48am
based from my PC Biostar Hi-Fi works quite well since i bought it..well ofcourse theres a lot more of an advantage I can see, pricey but its somehow really fine...
I just recently upgrade mine to Hi-FI A55S3 ver. 6.1 sound is high-end! quality is paid off. =)
Jun 12, 13 at 12:58pm
go for msi board
May 31, 13 at 1:01am
I would say that Cooler Master storm trooper case is the best
any motherboard with a Z77 chipset will be compatible. id just pick the cheapest board, unless there arent enough places to plug in the fans.
I have encountered ASRock Z77 extreme4 Boot Menu load issues.
Apr 22, 13 at 6:02am
My PC has now been old and that time I purchased an ASUS P5 gcmx motherboard which was good not optimum.I would suggest you for Intel motherboard they are giving best services and they are reliable too.
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Apr 17, 13 at 11:23pm
What about Gigabyte z77? GIGABYTE Z77 series motherboards take advantage of an exclusive All Digital PWM controller array, to deliver power to the board's 3rd generation Intel® Core™ processor. Using entirely digital controllers means that more precise power delivery to the motherboard's most power hungry and energy sensitive components is possible. These components include the CPU, VTT, processor graphics and memory, without doubt the most important components on your motherboard. This All Digital Power system, with Precise Auto Voltage Compensation, provides you with exceptional control over the component power delivery on your GIGABYTE 7 series motherboard.
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