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post #2491 of 3497 (permalink) Old 08-10-2017, 09:55 PM
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Neither vrm in either board will limit you in the least. You will be fine.

The problem with the internet today is the lack of accountability.

On pc forums User A says no its safe costs users B,C an D $600 to find out he was wrong. User A gets off scot free.

On the race car forums it is no different except $ amount. User A says turn the boost up to 26lbs. User B,C and D lifted a head gasket,cracked a piston ring, melted a piston...or worse just sent a rod through block due to detonation. $3k in damages. User A gets off scot free.

Avoid the A's they will put a hole in your wallet.
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post #2492 of 3497 (permalink) Old 08-11-2017, 09:16 AM
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It's the same thing but with 5Gbps LAN, power/reset button, and a useless plastic cover that increases temperatures.

It's not useless if it has...LEDs! ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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Hey guys, what do u think about mini itx motherboards? Which is the best between the gigabyte ab350 gaming itx, asrock b350 gaming or b350gtn on vrm side? biggrin.gif

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Damn, those VRM temps are rough.. what voltages are safe on the 1600? I have the B350M Mortar.

I was planning on a 4GHz OC once I got a proper cooler on this thing, but now I'm wondering if I should even bother.

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The problem with the internet today is the lack of accountability.

On pc forums User A says no its safe costs users B,C an D $600 to find out he was wrong. User A gets off scot free.

On the race car forums it is no different except $ amount. User A says turn the boost up to 26lbs. User B,C and D lifted a head gasket,cracked a piston ring, melted a piston...or worse just sent a rod through block due to detonation. $3k in damages. User A gets off scot free.

Avoid the A's they will put a hole in your wallet.
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Awesome, thank you very much! smile.gif
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what about other features , which has the best audio for instance , or better quality overall , more features etc.

Maybe someone should make a post like that
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We discuss quality of vrms.

Board quality is tough and highly debatable topic

Components used can be an indicator but not the final say.

Features is a joke to an extent. Depends on what you feel deems it a feature and what the vendor calls a feature.

A heatsink for example that actually dissipates heat could be called a feature....but it should dissipate heat to begin with...and if it did not on prior models...then i call that a flaw.

None of us imo are qualified to lay claim to what has better "quality" sound as I doubt any of us have the required equipment to measure that.

The problem with the internet today is the lack of accountability.

On pc forums User A says no its safe costs users B,C an D $600 to find out he was wrong. User A gets off scot free.

On the race car forums it is no different except $ amount. User A says turn the boost up to 26lbs. User B,C and D lifted a head gasket,cracked a piston ring, melted a piston...or worse just sent a rod through block due to detonation. $3k in damages. User A gets off scot free.

Avoid the A's they will put a hole in your wallet.
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regardless this post is golden , i link it to a reddit post because there many people who are so clueless and they disseminate misinformation over there
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You can use rightmark audio analyzer to measure the audio , but it won't be a perfect way to measure it.

If audio is THAT important you shouldn't be using onboard audio. It's only about 2-4 square inches on a board when a sound card has many more components.

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