Asus Z87 -A/-C/-K

Hey, does anyone know the difference between -A/-C/-K, thanks.
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  1. Hey
    You can choose any mobo from these. There is no performance differences. You will get all z87 chipset mobos almost same performance. The difference will be minor which can't notice easily. You will get more features as well as you increase ur budget for mobo not much performance. So you can choose as u features need.
    No need to worry.
    I hope it helps.
    Thank you.
  2. Check here for easy compare:

    http://promos.asus.com/us/Z87/comparison/

    Note the VRM on the -C and -K if you intend overclocking, -A is a better long term bet for that due to 8 phase on VRM. 4 phase boards are best run at stock.
  3. raja@asus said:
    Check here for easy compare:

    http://promos.asus.com/us/Z87/comparison/

    Note the VRM on the -C and -K if you intend overclocking, -A is a better long term bet for that due to 8 phase on VRM. 4 phase boards are best run at stock.

    what is vrm?
  4. VRM is a voltage regulator module ,
    sometimes called PPM (processor
    power module), is a buck converter
    that provides a microprocessor the
    appropriate supply voltage, converting
    +5 V or +12 V to a much lower voltage
    required by the CPU, allowing
    processors with different supply
    voltage to be mounted on the same
    motherboard.
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