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I got a i5-4670k for a $100 but I am hating the Asus gold/yellow color scheme.

Yes, it needs to be an Asus board.

What is the equivalent to an i5-4670k for the 1155 sockets? Asus has awesome blue themed 1155 boards.

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...and your downgrading due to color-scheme..?



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Computer is going to be a center peice in a TV stand. it will basically be a media center, it will be water cooled with blue tubing, blue lights, blue res, etc.
Asus's gold/yellow boards just looks stupid lol so yeah I guess I gotta downgrade...

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Computer is going to be a center peice in a TV stand. it will basically be a media center, it will be water cooled with blue tubing, blue lights, blue res, etc.
Asus's gold/yellow boards just looks stupid lol so yeah I guess I gotta downgrade...

That's some powerful media center going on there.

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Yeah that is why I am not afraid to downgrade.
I am thinking about going with a red scheme now...
http://www.amazon.com/MAXIMUS-VI-HERO-Motherboard-Generation/dp/B00CXIVEA2/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1397928764&sr=8-3&keywords=asus+motherboard

Dam, but only has a HDMI? lol

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Forget Asus, use the Supermicro X10SAT-O for this build instead.

BLUE PCB!!! C226 chipset.

How cool would it be to have the centerpiece of your media center be a true enterprise class workstation motherboard?

Yea no overclocking but who cares for this, the i5-4670K at stock clocks will perform like a mildly overclocked i5-3570K anyway and either will be way overkill.

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If you must overclock and want a really high quality 1150 socket BLUE board, the Supermicro C7Z87-OCE is based on the Z87 chipset, and includes the same great looking blue PCB from the board above.

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I dont get why it HAS to be Asus? Sure that's what I am using by why not a MSI or a Gigabyte?

They both have boards with Blue acents on the memory and PCI lanes.

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Forget Asus, use the Supermicro X10SAT-O for this build instead.

BLUE PCB!!! C226 chipset.

How cool would it be to have the centerpiece of your media center be a true enterprise class workstation motherboard?

Yea no overclocking but who cares for this, the i5-4670K at stock clocks will perform like a mildly overclocked i5-3570K anyway and either will be way overkill.

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8X SATA III

Yea, you know you want that. wink.gif

If you must overclock and want a really high quality 1150 socket BLUE board, the Supermicro C7Z87-OCE is based on the Z87 chipset, and includes the same great looking blue PCB from the board above.

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I dont get why it HAS to be Asus? Sure that's what I am using by why not a MSI or a Gigabyte?

They both have boards with Blue acents on the memory and PCI lanes.

I am looking at a Gigabyte now as I do not feel like selling this CPU and getting another 1155 CPU.
How is the quality of the MSI and Gigabyte, any recommendations $140 and under?

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What size motherboard are you looking at? And, do you have a file server, or will all your media be stored on this build, if so how many HDDs/how much space to you need? Will it have a graphics card or are you using onboard graphics?

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