Which motherboard to pick?

Discussion in 'Motherboards' started by rednosedpits, Aug 12, 2017.

  1. rednosedpits

    rednosedpits New Member

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    new to this forum and site I am looking to where on the site to discuss the various motherboards, I am looking at Newegg.com listings of motherboards are am getting a bit confused which motherboard manufacturer such as : gigabyte, asus, asrock, biostar, supermicro which would be the better to seriously look at, the current computer motherboard I am looking at replacing has an ancient msi motherboard in it and with some of the issues dealing with msi motherboards msi is out of the question for me, I like to keep the cost as simple or low as possible but with the higher end possibilities for upgrades later on when or if needed. I understand a new processor, memory, perhaps graphics card and power supply will need to be purchased, I am not looking at getting everything at once just one or two items at a time as finances provide themself.
     
  2. johnb35

    johnb35 Administrator Staff Member

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    Stay with either Gigabyte or Asus.
     
  3. Aaron Reinhard

    Aaron Reinhard New Member

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    I also agree with John--I've had the best experience with Gigabyte and ASUS. I've also had an MSI, but ended up getting a Gigabyte replacement. ALSO, if you're trying to go budget-friendly, I highly recommend getting the hardware from stores/websites that offer CPU/motherboard combos (discounted parts). I'm not sure if newegg does this, but Micro Center does. Using their combo deals, I have saved money while guaranteeing that the CPU and motherboard are 100% compatible.
     

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