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ASUS ROG STRIX B350-F AMD ATX Motherboard + Assassin's Creed Origins EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has ASUS ROG STRIX B350-F Gaming AM4 AMD ATX Motherboard + Assassin's Creed Origins (PC Digital Download Code) for $104.99 - $20 rebate = $84.99. Shipping is free with ShopRunner (free trial) or Newegg Premier, otherwise it is $2.99. Thanks Discombobulated
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I'm looking for a 1700x setup. Would it be better to wait for a day after sale or is this good enough to pull the trigger now?
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I'm looking for a 1700x setup. Would it be better to wait for a day after sale or is this good enough to pull the trigger now?
If you need it now, this seems fairly solid. If you can wait, there will always be another big and better deal. Your choice but neither is really wrong since there isn't guna be any new cpus for a little while.
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This is a good board that frequently goes on sale for this price, sometimes lower. I'll decide to wait this one out until black Friday.
I'm debating if I wanna wait for black Friday/cyber Monday too. But then again this price is ok for me too... Hmmm
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does it have bluetooth or wifi?
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ASUS is not the brand it was in the early 2000s, where it was synonymous with "expensive" and "business grade". Today, it is (especially its ROG line) heavily gaming-centered.

It's products are clunky, its customer support is garbled, and it leans heavily toward the early-20s nerd males.

However, they are good products with fairly good gaming design behind them, consistently sacrificing aesthetics (unless you really like red and black with glowing lights) for large fans, thick capacitors, and speed-first design. image quality, weight, size, and even noise all take a back seat to its primary goal: speed, power, and handling.

Little details like external fan headers on its video cards, oversized PCIE release levers (thank goodness!), single-side DIMM release levers, and 1080p 144hz monitors are just elements of good gaming-first design.
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The ACO promo is currently broken, I'm not able to redeem my code and I've seen reports of others having the same issue. Maybe by the time these are delivered, it'll be working again. Good luck to you all.
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The ACO promo is currently broken, I'm not able to redeem my code and I've seen reports of others having the same issue. Maybe by the time these are delivered, it'll be working again. Good luck to you all.
I got it working last night but I had to start on the global page and not the one in the email they sent. Good luck!

https://www.asus.com/event/2017/r...d-origins/
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ASUS is not the brand it was in the early 2000s, where it was synonymous with "expensive" and "business grade". Today, it is (especially its ROG line) heavily gaming-centered.

It's products are clunky, its customer support is garbled, and it leans heavily toward the early-20s nerd males.

However, they are good products with fairly good gaming design behind them, consistently sacrificing aesthetics (unless you really like red and black with glowing lights) for large fans, thick capacitors, and speed-first design. image quality, weight, size, and even noise all take a back seat to its primary goal: speed, power, and handling.

Little details like external fan headers on its video cards, oversized PCIE release levers (thank goodness!), single-side DIMM release levers, and 1080p 144hz monitors are just elements of good gaming-first design.
There are a lot of MB choices. Based on your experience, what would a better choice? I am in the market to build a new machine, but have not followed the trend for a while. Preferable an Intel MB as I just don't like AMD at all.
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I'm looking for a 1700x setup. Would it be better to wait for a day after sale or is this good enough to pull the trigger now?
I have this board with a 1600x setup and have had no problems. I haven't seen it drop any lower than this though but it probably will get a little cheaper on another sale. Also keep in mind that if your a PC noob like me it's gonna be a steep learning curve to figure out how to get the ram to run at the proper frequency if you buy anything higher than 2133MHz
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I'm looking for a 1700x setup. Would it be better to wait for a day after sale or is this good enough to pull the trigger now?
This is only a deal if you want the game also.
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any deals on mATX or ITX?
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I'm debating if I wanna wait for black Friday/cyber Monday too. But then again this price is ok for me too... Hmmm
Check if u have price protection on any major CC. They way u can get the diff u over paid.
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I'm looking for a 1700x setup. Would it be better to wait for a day after sale or is this good enough to pull the trigger now?
If u are gonna buy the cpu as well i would buy it at microcenter with the 50 usd bundle offer. I got r5 1600 and msi tomohawk b350 mobo for 250 excl taxes
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