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[CHOOSING] MSI B75A-G43 GAMING or MSI ZH77A-G43 PLUS or ASRock Z77 Pro 4..

Hello Guys I Need another expert advice on choosing either one of this
3 mobo's that I'm currently confuse of which what I'm going to buy.
Since Im just a newbie in this matter Im going seek experts advice from all of you tom'sHardware forumers.. :)

My first choice is the MSI B75A-G43 GAMING but since I search in the internet I found
this 2 Mobo's; MSI ZH77A-G43 PLUS and the ASRock Z77 Pro 4 in terms in prices their are only slight differences..
Please help me choose what mobo is the best in performance and money cost and of-course
what of this 3 mobos you prefer...

Im using a i5 2320 Sandy Bridge and Ram Gskill Ripjaws X-8GB 4gbx2 DDR3 1333 CL9 8GBXL .. I want to upgrade my Mobo w/o changing my CPU and RAM.... :)
Any and all help would be greatly appreciated! If the advice could include your thought process that would make like a lot easier to help me make the right decision.

Thanks in advance.. :)


LINKS:
MSI B75A-G43 GAMING
ASRock Z77 Pro 4
MSI ZH77A-G43 PLUS
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  1. Best answer
    Hi,

    Depends if you want to upgrade the cpu later.

    I know that the asrock is a good overclocker but you present cpu doesn't allow that.

    Next step is to look at the warranty, anything under 3 years means it most likely junk.

    Now, after doing some research on mobo, msi is not a recommended one.
    If you want to shop around a bit, try to get a gigabytes or Asus.
  2. @dextermat
    hello sir,
    thank you for the inputs.. :)
    My apologies sir i forgot to add that im upgrading mobo w/o changing my RAM and processor... :(
    im so sorry for that :(

    i also look at gigabyte mobos but they are not compatible w/ my current Gskill Ripjaws X-8GB 4gbx2 DDR3 1333 CL9 8GBXL and Im sorry sir but im not an Asus mobo fan... :(

    And about my processor sir, if im going to upgrade it in the future, maybe i will stick to it a little longer and if i get lucky maybe ill upgrade it to Ivy Bridge... :D
  3. I'd go with the Rock, great mobo, haven't encountered any problems with any
  4. Hello Im considering some asus mobos that In price cost their are only slight deferences from the 3 I menstioned above...
    Here are the asus mobos that im looking forward to choose...

    Asus P8Z77 M
    Asus P8Z77-M PRO

    Any and all help would be greatly appreciated! :)
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