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You won't regret that ASRock board, one thing ASRock do well is build ITX boards for some reason.
I love my Z370 Fatal1ty ITX.
The last Asrock ITX board I used was their Z77 board which was outstanding smile.gif
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The last Asrock ITX board I used was their Z77 board which was outstanding smile.gif

I sold my ASRock Z77E-ITX it was a cracking board, funny enough the guy who bought it messaged me today saying he's put a GPU in that system and it's running everything like a beast.
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Mobo? I haven't opened yet... Lol. Things are just piling up. Winter tires, both kids in soccer and hockey and my dear wife with a long list of chores. Will I even have time to put this rug together. My older son is so happy as he will be getting 3570k@4.5ghz with old gtx670. This grandpa system will run circles around his i5 laptop (used as desktop).
I hope so that's the case 😉

I did the winter tires myself last week, though I only have a toddler, a very busy one and an OCD wife. I feel yah. I have all my parts in, though haven't put it together. I am building two clones for my old man and I. We will give our old systems to our nephews.
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I am about to order the Aorus gaming 7, but the only thing that concerns me it the vrm temp issue. Do you think i should go on and get it or go with the hero X and about 20e more and have some piece of mind?

I am not worried. Though it took a much bigger discount to get rid of my ROG fan boy status. In the end I saved over $100 going with the Gaming 7 over the Maximus. My ROG swift 27" will be very lonely.
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You won't regret that ASRock board, one thing ASRock do well is build ITX boards for some reason.
I love my Z370 Fatal1ty ITX.
That's great! As a reference, can you share what oc and voltage you were able to achieve with your board.
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Why can't they just release the Code or Formula already, sigh.

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Why can't they just release the Code or Formula already, sigh.
Code available in Australia already Formula not far away
https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Motherboards/Intel-Socket-1151/70605-MAXIMUS-X-CODE
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Code available in Australia already Formula not far away
https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Motherboards/Intel-Socket-1151/70605-MAXIMUS-X-CODE

 

Nice! Though that price is too steep. That translates to $481 USD. Are AU prices generally higher than the rest?

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Nice! Though that price is too steep. That translates to $481 USD. Are AU prices generally higher than the rest?
Yeah because of our location and because of our small population we pay whats called the Australia tax, so things here cost way more than anywhere else in the world mad.gif Put it another way when I built my P.C it was cheaper for me to buy 2x GTX1070 from Amazon in the US then it was to buy 1 GTX1080 locally smile.gif
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Yeah because of our location and because of our small population we pay whats called the Australia tax, so things here cost way more than anywhere else in the world mad.gif Put it another way when I built my P.C it was cheaper for me to buy 2x GTX1070 from Amazon in the US then it was to buy 1 GTX1080 locally smile.gif

Going for the formula there mate?
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Going for the formula there mate?
If I go Z370 then yeah I would but my workloads don't really benefit much from having more than 4 cores, so still undecided.
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