If you're not planning to overclock, use SLI/Crossfire, or use a ton of RAM? This may make me look stupid, but those are the only real reasons I'm aware of to pay more for a motherboard than the bare minimum for a mobo that supports your CPU and is from a decent brand. But I feel like there's something I'm missing, that everyone else knows about motherboards. So, please, fill me in, my ego can take it.
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5/3/11 at 8:23am