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what motherboard to get for a i5 3350P & gtx 760 combo ?

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July 12, 2013 4:05:05 PM

what motherboard to get for a i5 3350P & gtx 760 combo ?

i dont plan to over clock.

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a c 266 V Motherboard
July 12, 2013 5:24:31 PM

Your 3350P cpu and GTX760 should be supported on ANY socket 1155 motherboard.
That could be from a $50 H61 chipset motherboard on up.
Just check the cpu support list for the particular motherboard to be certain.
If you have other desires such as usb3.0 or 6gb sata, then add them to your selection criteria.
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July 12, 2013 6:40:05 PM

geofelt said:
Your 3350P cpu and GTX760 should be supported on ANY socket 1155 motherboard.
That could be from a $50 H61 chipset motherboard on up.
Just check the cpu support list for the particular motherboard to be certain.
If you have other desires such as usb3.0 or 6gb sata, then add them to your selection criteria.


Will a weak or cheap motherboard bottleneck my cpu/gpu ? if theres such a thing..

read on some forums that if i theres no plan of over clocking, then a H77 board will do. If so, what would you recommend: a Asus or Asrock? what specific model? budget around usd100 to 150.

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a c 266 V Motherboard
July 12, 2013 7:57:39 PM

Here is a link to a chart of chipset differences.
If any factor is important to you, then go for that motherboard.
We all have favorites, but they are all good. I might pick one that has been out for some time.
It will have had any needed bios tweaks already updated.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGA_1155
If, for example, you will be wanting a SSD, you might bypass the H61 chipset because it does not have sata 3.
Do not exclude smaller M-ATX motherboards, they are usually cheaper, and can fit in some nice small cases. Here is one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
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July 13, 2013 6:38:36 PM

geofelt said:
Here is a link to a chart of chipset differences.
If any factor is important to you, then go for that motherboard.
We all have favorites, but they are all good. I might pick one that has been out for some time.
It will have had any needed bios tweaks already updated.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGA_1155
If, for example, you will be wanting a SSD, you might bypass the H61 chipset because it does not have sata 3.
Do not exclude smaller M-ATX motherboards, they are usually cheaper, and can fit in some nice small cases. Here is one: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...


wow, a motherboard is a complicated stuff, ok i will look into it. thanks
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