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This motherboard provides a wealth of options for performance tuning via intuitive software and firmware features Compatible w/ most 9/8th gen processor (not backward compatible w/ older generation of LGA 1151 CPUs). Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Newegg has ASUS Prime Z390-A LGA 1151 (300 Series) Intel Z390 SATA 6Gb/s ATX Intel Motherboard on sale for $159.99 after code

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yes but why would you buy a Z390 board and put a crap CPU in it? Just buy a cheap sub $100 MB for that.
It's a good mobo. Used it for a build with a 9700k a couple months ago. Pro tip - update your bios first. We had a problem with the Windows installer crashing at random times, took a lot of dumb troubleshooting until we had the brilliant idea to update the BIOS - solved all the problems.
No, but it's cute that you're trying to make fun of extremely common jargon in the industry and pass it off as some sort of "kids these days..." moment.

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Socket 1151? Will a G4560 work in it?
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Socket 1151? Will a G4560 work in it?
yes but why would you buy a Z390 board and put a crap CPU in it? Just buy a cheap sub $100 MB for that.
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Socket 1151? Will a G4560 work in it?
No. The G4560 is only compatible with 100 and 200 series Intel motherboards.
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It's a good mobo. Used it for a build with a 9700k a couple months ago. Pro tip - update your bios first. We had a problem with the Windows installer crashing at random times, took a lot of dumb troubleshooting until we had the brilliant idea to update the BIOS - solved all the problems.
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looking to put a i5-9600K in it, some of the reviews say it came with a damaged cpu socket..im cautious
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I have this motherboard and have been using it for a little over a year. the only con is that it only has one 8-pin EPS power input for the CPU. Some of the higher end boards have a 8+4 EPS configuration, which is better for getting the i7-9700k and i7-9900K and KS up to 5GHz.
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looking to put a i5-9600K in it, some of the reviews say it came with a damaged cpu socket..im cautious
Probably people bending pins then blaming asus to rma
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yes but why would you buy a Z390 board and put a crap CPU in it? Just buy a cheap sub $100 MB for that.
Maybe he's gradually upgrading his rig? As quite a number of people do, especially when they're on a budget
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Maybe he's gradually upgrading his rig? As quite a number of people do, especially when they're on a budget
possibly, but most people doing that also don't go for a Z390 board and may be a Z370 or even if not overclocking an H or B board.
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I have this motherboard and have been using it for a little over a year. the only con is that it only has one 8-pin EPS power input for the CPU. Some of the higher end boards have a 8+4 EPS configuration, which is better for getting the i7-9700k and i7-9900K and KS up to 5GHz.
I'm not entirely sure but can't you buy an additional 4-pin cable to provide additional power to the CPU?
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looking to put a i5-9600K in it, some of the reviews say it came with a damaged cpu socket..im cautious
Not from the factory, it didn't.
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lol at calling your computer a rig.
You must be new to PC building.
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