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ASRock Z390 Pro4 LGA 1151 (300 Series) ATX Intel Motherboard $100 @Newegg

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nice for a z390 board
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Agree, its a good price for z390. This board has small heat syncs so you're not going to be able to push overclocking too far. Even if you get lucky with good silicon on you're CPU, you may hit a thermal bottleneck on the MB.

Also, it only has 3 output/input for audio.

For the price, its a nice board but if you're looking for extreme overclocking this isn't it.
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This was one of the boards I looked at in my CyberpowerPC build. I ended up going with the ASUS board for a few bucks more, mostly for the extra USB ports in back. This is a really good deal for this board, though.
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This was one of the boards I looked at in my CyberpowerPC build. I ended up going with the ASUS board for a few bucks more, mostly for the extra USB ports in back. This is a really good deal for this board, though.
Hey, would you possibly have a name or link to said MB? I'm planning on building a new workstation (Photoshop, Illustrator & Premier) and need a board with many usb inputs. I'm looking at the I78700K...this is coming from a I72600K.
Thanks in advance.
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Hey, would you possibly have a name or link to said MB? I'm planning on building a new workstation (Photoshop, Illustrator & Premier) and need a board with many usb inputs. I'm looking at the I78700K...this is coming from a I72600K.
Thanks in advance.
Just a tip you could always just buy a add in pcie card with lots of us ports on it....
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Hey, would you possibly have a name or link to said MB? I'm planning on building a new workstation (Photoshop, Illustrator & Premier) and need a board with many usb inputs. I'm looking at the I78700K...this is coming from a I72600K.
Thanks in advance.
https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboa...IME-Z390-P

So technicaly, I guess this just has more USB 3.1 ports and no USB 2.0 ports, but it doesn't throw on the type C port that I don't have much use for in a desktop. There are a few more options out there like the Gigabyte AORUS, that have several more in some versions. I'm not sure what happened to the days of everyone trying to throw 8 or 10 ports on the back of ATX mobos.

I will echo what bargin-sniper said. You can buy expansion cards that connect to the mobo headers to add extra ports. If 6 + 2 front isn't enough for me this time, that's probably what I'll do. It just wasn't a good option on my small HTPC, nor were many other things, which is why I'm going back to the mid-tower form factor this time.
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Try the Gigabyte Aorus Ultra. https://www.gigabyte.com/us/Mothe...-rev-10#sp

Chipset:
1 x USB Type-C™ port with USB 3.1 Gen 2 support, available through the internal USB header
1 x USB Type-C™ port on the back panel, with USB 3.1 Gen 2 support
3 x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A ports (red) on the back panel
4 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports (2 ports on the back panel, 2 ports available through the internal USB header)
Chipset+2 USB 2.0 Hubs:
8 x USB 2.0/1.1 ports (4 ports on the back panel, 4 ports available through the internal USB headers)
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Does anyone know if the 3-fan 1080 GPU (GeForce GTX 1080 8 GB ROG STRIX) fits in this board? Thanks!

I checked pcpartpicker and it says compatible but I don't know if it consider the physical size since the 3-fan 1080 GPU is really long.
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Does anyone know if the 3-fan 1080 GPU (GeForce GTX 1080 8 GB ROG STRIX) fits in this board? Thanks!

I checked pcpartpicker and it says compatible but I don't know if it consider the physical size since the 3-fan 1080 GPU is really long.
The MB has a PCIe 16 slot. However, you will need to make sure the video card fits in your case. The case will be the limiting factor. Some of those 3 fan cards are a foot long.
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No Bluetooth...
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The MB has a PCIe 16 slot. However, you will need to make sure the video card fits in your case. The case will be the limiting factor. Some of those 3 fan cards are a foot long.
Thank you! My current case works with the GPU so it should be fine. My concern is mainly for the three silver bars on the bottom right, and I'm not sure if that will block the GPU.
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Thank you! My current case works with the GPU so it should be fine. My concern is mainly for the three silver bars on the bottom right, and I'm not sure if that will block the GPU.
If the bottom of the video card is straight it should sit above the chipset.

Here's a pic of MB in powerspec PC with RTX 2070. The 2070 sits above the chipset.

https://www.microcenter.com/produ...desktop-pc
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If the bottom of the video card is straight it should sit above the chipset.
Thank you! This is really helpful! Repped.
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Great overall Z390 board that's more on the lower side of price; I am currently using the MicroATX version in my first ever build I made a few months ago. I OC'd my 9600K to 4.8 GHz with 1.370 V, and get around 65-70C running AIDA64 or Cinebench. Idle motherboard temps are around 35C. As for the lack of WiFi/BT, I bought this Intel 9260 [ebay.com] card with really high AC speeds and BT 5.0 that fits into the dedicated WiFi M.2 slot on the motherboard.
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