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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-06-2020, 06:46 AM - Thread Starter
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Best itx mb for 10600k


My PC is running/gaming H24. I won't OC but I'm looking for the most reliable board with wi-fi around 200$. There aren't much choices. Any advice welcome.
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Reliable board would be ASUS lineup but customer support sucks. MSI second and good supports. Don't get ASRock.

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Don't get ASRock.
Specific reasons why? I've had several Asrock boards (including one mini-ITX) in the last three years and they've all been just as well behaved as any other manufacturer. That doesn't mean trouble-free, just that Asus, MSI and Gigabyte all have their woes too... although it can depend heavily on the board model in question. Personally, I've had a poorer experience of MSI than the others, but they've all released a troublesome board or two over the years.

edit: I was eyeing up the Asrock H470 board myself a few days ago, but in the end decided I had better things to spend the money on.

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Msi unify.
Again strix do not represent what maximus boards are capable off
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