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Im trying to find a motherboard at the moment so was taking a look on newegg and saw this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132640&cm_re=asus_z170_pro-_-13-132-640-_-Product

Looks nice enough but there are no reviews on it at all. It seems to fit in with the Msi Gaming 5, Gigabyte Gaming 5, and Asrock extreme 6.

Does anyone have it? What are people's thoughts?
Edited by pizzaslice - 11/5/15 at 4:48pm
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Im trying to find a motherboard at the moment so was taking a look on newegg and saw this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...

Looks nice enough but there are no reviews on it at all. It seems to fit in with the Msi Gaming 5, Gigabyte Gaming 5, and Asrock extreme 6.

Does anyone have it? What are people's thoughts?

Linky no workie.
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Should be fixed now
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You sure that board has enough USB on the rear I/O? It's a bit skimpy IMO. Other than that, the ASUS mainline boards have been quite solid since the P67 days so you should be good to go. Not sure I would say ASUS gives you the best bang for the buck or anything though. Ultimately you need to choose the board that has the features you want and need.
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