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EVGA Z270 Stinger, mITX, Intel Motherboard - $99.99 after $20.00 rebate card

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SPECIFICATIONS
Intel Z270 Express Chipset
Storage Support
4 Native SATA 6Gb/s
1 U.2 Port 32Gb/s
M.2 Support
1 Key M (80mm)
1 Key E (32mm)
USB Support
6 USB 3.0
2 USB 3.0 (Header)
2 USB 2.0 (Header)
1 USB 3.1 Type C
1 USB 3.1 Type A
Memory Support - 2 DIMM Dual-Channel DDR4 3600MHz+ (Up to 32GB)
Form Factor - mITX
Ethernet - Wireless 802.1AC Dual Band + Intel i219 Gigabit NIC
Audio - 8 Channel HD + Optical
PCB - 10 Layers
Display Output - HDMI + DisplayPort
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no wifi, pass. I would pay $30 more to get wifi on board.
Uhh, pictures look like it does have onboard wifi. looks like you gotta hook the antennas up to the IO panel
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no wifi, pass. I would pay $30 more to get wifi on board.
OP listed AC band wifi. Newegg page lists AC band wifi. Product spec sheet lists AC band wifi.
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This is a nice one, good price for a z270 mITX board from a well known brand.
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Pretty sure they are going to have to do better to off theses.

Looks ok, otherwise
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Pretty sure they are going to have to do better to off theses.

Looks ok, otherwise
You're right. Playing hell to sell some Z170 boards right now. Memory and video cards too expensive. Made money on a power supply, no surprise, however. EVGA also watered this board down (i.e., no more debug LED) while keeping the price steady. Personally had nothing but bad luck with EVGA motherboards. In fact, going to RMA a X99 M-ATX today. EVGA support is great though. Won't have to jump through hoops on the return. EVGA rebates are quick too, unlike ASUS who is the absolute worse. Love EVGA video cards. Have a 1060 SC I snagged on Newegg last year this time for $120 with military discount and after rebate. Of course, can't get remotely close to that price now to build another rig. Also bought 16GB (4x4) G.SKILL DDR4 from jet.com for $50 a while back to put into two separate computers. Talk about lucky.
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Good for mining crypto currencies?
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Good for mining crypto currencies?
GPU mining doesn't have much demand on cpu. I mined btc on a core2duo e7200 back in the day and CPU usage was around 30% on that proc

The more pcie slots the better, 16x 1x doesn't matter, just use risers
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Good for mining crypto currencies?
Oh yeah, you'll also need a ryzen Vega 1080. 😋 But for real: ATX mobo if you're planning on mining so you can a bunch of gpus in the system
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Looking to start my first build. My dumb question is. Is there a "size" Mother board? Or are they all universal? Basically if I get a case what do I need to look for so a board to fit in.
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Looking to start my first build. My dumb question is. Is there a "size" Mother board? Or are they all universal? Basically if I get a case what do I need to look for so a board to fit in.
if case is big/tower you dont have to worry about MB size. if case is small you need to make sure case size & MB size match. smaller MB have often less features and more expensive. so if size is not an issue go for bigger case/MB. sizing is miniitx, microatx, or ATX
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Reviews are less than desirable
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Reviews are less than desirable
Evga does not know how to make motherboards . I would not get anything else from them aside from gpu or psu
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Looking to start my first build. My dumb question is. Is there a "size" Mother board? Or are they all universal? Basically if I get a case what do I need to look for so a board to fit in.
The only way a motherboard doesn't fit is if it's too big for the case. For mITX, mATX, and standard ATX, a smaller motherboard will always fit into a bigger case because the mounting holes are standardized. The other thing to consider for mITX boards like this one is that some smaller cases (HTPC) don't have a slot to use the PCIe slot. The trade-off here is that you can really minimize the size and footprint of the system.
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