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EVGA Z370 FTW LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard - $129.99

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Newegg [newegg.com] dropped their price on this board, and B&H [bhphotovideo.com] matched them. A great deal on a solid board. Amazon's price is $179, and camelcamelcamel shows that the average is $200.

- Intel Z370 Chipset - supports Intel Core 8th Generation Processor Family for LGA1151 socket (i3/i5/i7).
- ATX Form Factor. HDMI 1.4, DP 1.2.
- 4 Metal Reinforced DDR4 DIMM Dual-Channel 4133MHz+ (up to 64GB). 2 x USB 3.1 (Type-A/Type-C), 10 x USB 3.0, and 2 x USB 2.0.
- 6 SATA III 6Gb/s ports, 2 M.2 Key-M 80mm (up to 32Gbps), 1 M.2 Key-E 32mm, Intel Optane Memory Ready.
- Metal Reinforced PCIe x16 slots (x16/8, x8, x4). Supports 2-Way SLI + PhysX. 3 PCIe x1 slots.
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Pretty good deal.

In case anyone is planning on buying a PSU and a cooler, then consider the bundle version from EVGA's website.

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The current bundle for the z370 FTW comes with the EVGA 650W (80 Plus Gold) and a 280mm AIO for $240.
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That bundle deal is sold out at EVGA.
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Eh, I'd hold out/pay a slight premium for a gigabyte.
A lot of gigabytes have had bad reviews on z370 ones. And someone said evga ones aren't good, either. then on another site they said stay away from msi ones, due to low phase numbers. So not much left....
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A lot of gigabytes have had bad reviews on z370 ones. And someone said evga ones aren't good, either. then on another site they said stay away from msi ones, due to low phase numbers. So not much left....
wow, so all 370 boards are iffy?

im about to sell my new 6700k replacement from intel and pick up an 8700k/370 board.
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A lot of gigabytes have had bad reviews on z370 ones. And someone said evga ones aren't good, either. then on another site they said stay away from msi ones, due to low phase numbers. So not much left....
depends which GB board. I seen that the ultra gaming version sucks but The Gaming 5 and 7 are like among the best Z370 boards.
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wow, so all 370 boards are iffy?

im about to sell my new 6700k replacement from intel and pick up an 8700k/370 board.
plenty of boards are great . A few bad apples sure but thats it.
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wow, so all 370 boards are iffy?

im about to sell my new 6700k replacement from intel and pick up an 8700k/370 board.
Asus makes good Z370 boards and have been making great boards in general, so can't go wrong with them.
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depends which GB board. I seen that the ultra gaming version sucks but The Gaming 5 and 7 are like among the best Z370 boards.
yes i was leaning towards the gaming 5 or 7 (i have a z170 gaming 7 for my 6700k and had a gigabyte z97 something for my haswell)
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yes i was leaning towards the gaming 5 or 7 (i have a z170 gaming 7 for my 6700k and had a gigabyte z97 something for my haswell)
I have the Gaming 7. Highly recommend. Lots of features a and very good overclocker. The 5 would also be good but less features and the onboard WIFI is actually not very good. For me , the average Wifi , the lack of onboard LED code display for troubleshooting, and the lack of an onboard DAC on the 5 made me pony up the extra money for the 7.
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You can also buy it on Newegg via Ebay:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/EVGA-Z37...44106ab7b5

It's also $129.99 - 10% coupon code = $117.00!! Slickdeal! Smilie
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wow, so all 370 boards are iffy?

im about to sell my new 6700k replacement from intel and pick up an 8700k/370 board.
Probably in some cases people are exaggerating. Like on that whole "stay away from msi due to not enough phases", I assume that is for when you overclock a lot. I am not going to overclock at all, myself.

I am just deciding between intel and amd at this point. My RAM is optimized for intel, but I am not a gamer, so was leaning amd. And if I do get intel.... well the 9th gen is out within 2 months (9700k and 9900k supposedly). So I am all over the place on what to do. But the deals right now are so good on various sites I hate to pass them up, so i may get a 8700 or 8700k.
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That bundle deal is sold out at EVGA.
I forgot to put in the 2nd link (directly to EVGA's page) about the "current" bundle.

It is about $30 more but still a pretty good deal.

https://www.evga.com/products/fea...ndles.aspx
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Reluctant on picking up any 8th gen CPU hardware right now. After buying a Z270 board, and learning intel would not be supporting it with 8th gen chips, that was pretty crappy.
Anyone know if 9th gen or 8th gen refresh will be compatible on Z370 ?
I miss the days where you bought a motherboard, and it lasted 5 years plus. You could add any generation CPU pertaining to that socket. Now Intel, jumps from socket to socket, changing 1 pin here, and 1 pin there, so you can't stay with the motherboard you just bought a year or two ago.
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