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I'm getting ready to start a new build I like my rig but hey building is fun. I want to keep it under $2500 I'm trying to decide whether to stay 3rd gen or go 4th gen and also wondering what would be a good mobo. I like asrock but have been looking into MSI mil class or sabertooth going with corsaire c70 case for military theme any suggestions?
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post #2 of 35
go with the 4th gen just because it's the newest technology.

ASRock is my favorite however my next choice would be ASUS. I probably wouldn't buy any other brands myself.
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Which parts do you need?for what it is going to be used?
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Gaming mostly, I still have to order everything. Right now just trying to configure the components so I can order all at once. I'm leaning toward components listed in my "ultimate rig" as far as mobo cpu and memory with h100i cooler
Edited by stevebd62 - 1/7/14 at 1:39pm
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Count my vote in for going Haswell. Like mentioned above, it's the newest generation. Plus there could be a chance that future CPUs will support Socket 1150 (although, this isn't certain AFAIK). smile.gif
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post #7 of 35
never go backwards unless you have to - or you can get the other next to nothing biggrin.gif
post #8 of 35
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Originally Posted by francisw19 View Post

Count my vote in for going Haswell. Like mentioned above, it's the newest generation. Plus there could be a chance that future CPUs will support Socket 1150 (although, this isn't certain AFAIK). smile.gif

Unlikely, Broadwell have compatibility issues with LGA 1150
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-9-series-chipset-haswell-broadwell,24005.html

Intel dont hesitate when it comes to releasing new chipsets,
They're not one to continue supporting a certain type of of hardware as soon as it gets a little old
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So are you saying best to stay with 1155 socket? Ultimate rig at bottom is present plan.
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Originally Posted by stevebd62 View Post

So are you saying best to stay with 1155 socket? Ultimate rig at bottom is present plan.
I would wait for haswell-e
Edited by PontiacGTX - 1/8/14 at 7:25am
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