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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-02-2018, 06:15 PM - Thread Starter
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Need opinion what is the best reliable ITX motherboard to use

Sorry if this has been ask before but I need user experience on what is the most reliable ITX motherboard to use.


I am a Gigabyte users for a long time and used several Intel Z, H, B from Intel 61, 77, 87,97, 110, 170, 270 chipsets.


Thru the years Gigabyte motherboard quality is always hit and missed in my experience especially the Z, H, B models. I had a bunch of RMA from Gigabyte for several years of used.

I only used top tier brands Power supply, memory, video cards, case and ssd. I never overclocked or game.


I am looking to switch to another motherboard brand and I wanted to ask the community.


Currently the only reliable motherboard I had left is a Z97 UD3H Black edition that has been working for several years.

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I have used Asus for years (since 486). I have never had a bad motherboard.

Voids Warranties.
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I've used asus for as long as I can remember and have had no problems with them. I saw reviews where for ITX at least, the asrock was the better board, so I might give them a try.

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