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ASRock Z370 Extreme4 LGA 1151 (300 Series) Intel Motherboard $123AR @Newegg GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Ultra Gaming (rev. 1.0) $118AR

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ASRock has excellent reviews, looks nice.
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If you're considering overclocking, the ASRock has 12 phase power where the AORUS only has 7.
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Looks like asrock is still compensating rebate$ for reviews. Just like last year filled with 5 star glory.
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If you're considering overclocking, the ASRock has 12 phase power where the AORUS only has 7.
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If you're considering overclocking, the ASRock has 12 phase power where the AORUS only has 7.
What does that mean? Don't know what phases are.
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No display port. I'll have to pass.
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If you're considering overclocking, the ASRock has 12 phase power where the AORUS only has 7.
Don't drink the coolaid man. It's all bs. 7 phases are plenty. The only real benefit may be better temps on the VRMs because there are more of them handling the current but my experience ironically has been quite the opposite. My 7 phase z270 k5 handles the temps like a champ
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Asrock is complete garbage. The cheapest made junk ever. Spend less and get less features on a name brand....
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No display port. I'll have to pass.
HDMI 1.4 can handle everything Display port 1.2 can (except daisy chaining monitors, which only makes sense with expensive Dispay port 1.2 cables)
The only reason to go with Display port is if you are a Mac fanboy and share Apples love of expensive cables
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I have an older ASrock mobo (z87) and it has treated me very well over the past 5 years. I can vouch for this brand.
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They have decent design and good components, but they lack the BIOS and software, where it matters the most to user exp.
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HDMI 1.4 can handle everything Display port 1.2 can (except daisy chaining monitors, which only makes sense with expensive Dispay port 1.2 cables)
The only reason to go with Display port is if you are a Mac fanboy and share Apples love of expensive cables
From Intel's website (for the core i3 8350k):
Max Resolution (HDMI 1.4)‡4096x2304@24Hz
Max Resolution (DP)‡4096x2304@60Hz
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From Intel's website (for the core i3 8350k):
Max Resolution (HDMI 1.4)‡4096x2304@24Hz
Max Resolution (DP)‡4096x2304@60Hz
Sorry didn't realize there were people in the world that would want to drive a $500+ monitor without a GPU.
BTW not sure why the intel chip can only do 4096x2304@24Hz when HDMI 1.4 specs say 4096x2304@30Hz
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