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For budget builds Asrock boards are good and cheap.
Dont know about that PSU.
    
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Do you plan you getting IB? Any good P67 or Z68 board within your price and needs is good enough.
Idk, but it would be nice to have an upgrade path once I get tired of SB. But it's not absolutely necessary.
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I suggest to save a bit more, there's no reason to buy with a $600 budget because then you'll need to upgrade in less than a year..
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Idk, but it would be nice to have an upgrade path once I get tired of SB. But it's not absolutely necessary.
IB should be compatible with all LGA1155 boards anyway. If you are happy with the current processor lineups from Intel then choose whatever you want. Unless you are an absolute enthusiast where every point matters and you just want to have the latest and greatest then IB it is.
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