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is this a good board??

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813157163
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Yea, best for the money idk
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im no intel expert, but id say its mediocre. Considering the price you could probobly get double teh quality for that price.
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im no intel expert, but id say its mediocre. Considering the price you could probobly get double teh quality for that price.
show me something better for that price
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For starters, what are you looking for in a motherboard?
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im no intel expert, but id say its mediocre. Considering the price you could probobly get double teh quality for that price.
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For starters, what are you looking for in a motherboard?
performance,under 160, stylish, i7, oh yeah and under 160 $
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but this isnt a lga 1366 socket
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It might be hard finding a quality 1366 board for under $160. I've never used ASrock before so I can't say, but your best bet would be looking at reviews on that board before purchasing.
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post #10 of 25
Honestly you would get much better performance switching over to sandy bridge. They run much cooler than their 1366/1156 counterparts. You also get the newer technology such as SATA 3 and USB 3.0.

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