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post #11 of 43 (permalink) Old 01-17-2019, 02:28 PM
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The vast majority of the Z390 boards without WiFi and Bluetooth are budget boards where they're trying to save a buck. I'm sure there are a couple unicorn examples where that's not true but they're in the minority.

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The vast majority of the Z390 boards without WiFi and Bluetooth are budget boards where they're trying to save a buck. I'm sure there are a couple unicorn examples where that's not true but they're in the minority.
Ah ok so it's kinda like if they cut that out to save some $$$ what else did they maybe cut out or cheap out on?

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Ah ok so it's kinda like if they cut that out to save some $$$ what else did they maybe cut out or cheap out on?

That EVGA board doesn't support IGP. If you need/want to use Intel QuickSync then it's not the board to go for.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
That EVGA board doesn't support IGP. If you need/want to use Intel QuickSync then it's not the board to go for.
Right, I was just kinda using it as an example since it seemed like it was intended for performance but didn't have wifi. I've also read some sketchy stuff about the VRM design on it vs other boards in the same price range so yeah. I did think it was strange they didn't have the HDMI port but now I know why.

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That EVGA board doesn't support IGP. If you need/want to use Intel QuickSync then it's not the board to go for.


Any input on an Asus rog strix E 390 board?


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Any input on an Asus rog strix E 390 board?


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4 phase VRM with doublers advertised as a 10-phase from what I understand, I wouldn't. Asus warranty support is non-existent so I stopped buying them myself, used to be a bit of an Asus fanboy.

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The Gigabyte offerings are nice so are the ASRock boards. I have the Aorus Master and I don't have any complaints with my [email protected]
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4 phase VRM with doublers advertised as a 10-phase from what I understand, I wouldn't. Asus warranty support is non-existent so I stopped buying them myself, used to be a bit of an Asus fanboy.


Ah ok thanks. Sounds like overpriced junk then with that vrm and a price tag like the Gigabyte and ASRock. Read a few quirky reviews on the ASRock that have me kinda spooked so I was thinking the Gigabyte but I do keep hearing things about the ASRock as well. Have a couple months though to decide.


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4 phase VRM with doublers advertised as a 10-phase from what I understand, I wouldn't. Asus warranty support is non-existent so I stopped buying them myself, used to be a bit of an Asus fanboy.
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You guys have any input on the MSI MEG Z390 ACE or MPG Z390 Gaming Pro carbon AC? The meg board is pushing the budget at 290 but was curious since I've seen references to its much more expensive Godlike sibling being a good board apparently. I was kinda looking at the Asus and now MSI boards just a bit because some of the new cases I'm looking at have integrated lighting that work with Asus and MSI but not Gigabyte since Gigabyte is using a 3 pin vs 4 pin header and can't do ARGB lights. It's just stuff I'm considering, but the overall board performance is definitely higher on the priority list.

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4 phases with ic doubler aren't "real" 8 phases either.
That said, any of the ROG boards will oc a 9900k to 5,2 without running too hot and better than the z370 counterparts.

But... the Aorus z390s have overengineered VRM (particularly the Master and the Extreme) and are priced very well. Memory overclocking is not the best, though and the bios is less friendly than Asus and Asrock. Pick your poison.

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