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rebate kills the deal
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Great board, supports Xeon's too.
http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/H9...c/?cat=CPU
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Decent mobo. Only con about this board is the AC wireless capability of it. The built in wireless was the main reason I brought this mobo, but the wireless is weak. It's fast when I does find and maintain connection though.

To be fair, I might just need a dual band router to take full advantage of the AC wireless signal.
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Decent mobo. Only con about this board is the AC wireless capability of it. The built in wireless was the main reason I brought this mobo, but the wireless is weak. It's fast when I does find and maintain connection though.

To be fair, I might just need a dual band router to take full advantage of the AC wireless signal.
you're right.. you need the AC router to take advantage of the wireless... it's been running great as my htpc/server 24/7 for more than a year now.. I have not turn off machine since built... wireless is great for me even when the unit have been left in the storage room behind my tv wall.. I get good signal and speed... maybe you need to get a dual AC router and you'll see the difference...

overall, it's been solid.. setting up the wireless antenna and wireless card is the main complain for most people, but I didn't have any issue since I have the right mini screwdriver to install the card... Overall, it's an excellent board and you're able to OC on this board with mobo update... Extra plus for the number of SATA on an ITX board as well
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Anyone have any suggestions for reasonably-priced, easily-available 4-5 bay cases that can be used with this to make it a server? Between the Norco ITX-S4 drying up in retail and the U-NAS cases not showing up at retail at all, it's becoming hard to build a small and powerful server. Frown
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solid mobo, using it for gaming , wifi signal is good, fast and reliable.
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Anyone have any suggestions for reasonably-priced, easily-available 4-5 bay cases that can be used with this to make it a server? Between the Norco ITX-S4 drying up in retail and the U-NAS cases not showing up at retail at all, it's becoming hard to build a small and powerful server. Frown
I'm running a similar board in a Fractal Design Node 304 case. You can probably find deals on this for around $60 if you watch long enough.
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Just bought this board for my mitx / hackintosh build 3 months ago. I play Star Wars Battlefront over wifi without any lag issues. Overall super solid. I paid about $110 so this is a pretty good deal.
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Just bought this board for my mitx / hackintosh build 3 months ago. I play Star Wars Battlefront over wifi without any lag issues. Overall super solid. I paid about $110 so this is a pretty good deal.
what are the complete specs of your hackintosh build with this? did you have any issues? what version osx?
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I'm running a similar board in a Fractal Design Node 304 case. You can probably find deals on this for around $60 if you watch long enough.
I have a node 304 too, and it is great. One advice is spend the money and get a good modular power supply (gold or platinum). It helps with cabling and should pay for its premium price over time if you run it 24/7.
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what are the complete specs of your hackintosh build with this? did you have any issues? what version osx?
Off the top of my head:
i7 4790
Gigabyte GTX 960 4gb Mini
G.Skill Ripjaws 8gb DDR3 1600
Cooler Master G650m
Cryorig C7 Cooler
A case from Aliexpress that looks cool but overheats when I game Smilie

Zero issues. Running El Capitan and just updated to latest version the other day without losing sound or anything. I was going to replace the onboard wifi card with a native Apple broadcom but said eff it. When I boot up to the Mac side I just stick in a wireless N USB dongle and the internet automatically connects.

Follow Stork's guide and you will have zero issues.

http://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-for-gigabyte-h-z97n-wifi-using-hd4600-or-gtx-750-ti-using-clover-el-capitan.180966/
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Does this support 4k?
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Quote from sKwiD View Post :
Off the top of my head:
i7 4790
Gigabyte GTX 960 4gb Mini
G.Skill Ripjaws 8gb DDR3 1600
Cooler Master G650m
Cryorig C7 Cooler
A case from Aliexpress that looks cool but overheats when I game Smilie

Zero issues. Running El Capitan and just updated to latest version the other day without losing sound or anything. I was going to replace the onboard wifi card with a native Apple broadcom but said eff it. When I boot up to the Mac side I just stick in a wireless N USB dongle and the internet automatically connects.

Follow Stork's guide and you will have zero issues.

http://www.tonymacx86.com/threads...an.180966/
repped!

does the onboard wifi not play well with OSX? also did you just use bootcamp for installing windows?
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