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h77 or b75 for i5 3450?

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Not going for overclocking, using it for gaming and web surfing need some advices, Thanks
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It really doesn't matter, but I'd go with H77. I'm guessing the Bios/UEFI on H77 boards will provide a few more features and they'll probably receive quicker updates.
     
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It really doesn't matter, but I'd go with H77. I'm guessing the Bios/UEFI on H77 boards will provide a few more features and they'll probably receive quicker updates.

I see, alright thanks for the advice:)
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