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What board is good for a i7 4820k or for a i5 4670k

What is a good mobo for each under 200 and I don't need anymore than 2 PCI e slots any other info you need ask
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  1. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131979
    it comes with bluetooth wifi antenna
    if you dont want the bluetooth wifi antenna then maybe this one

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132046
  2. This is for the i5 right any recommendations for the i7 I think it uses a different board
  3. lol no if it is the same generation and socket it will fit.
  4. trylone said:
    lol no if it is the same generation and socket it will fit.

    A socket 2011 processor (i7 4820k) doesn't fit a socket 1150 motherboard.
  5. GhislainG said:
    trylone said:
    lol no if it is the same generation and socket it will fit.

    A socket 2011 processor (i7 4820k) doesn't fit a socket 1150 motherboard.


    Ah yes it has socket 2011 nvm , i didn't really check though :3

    I recommend this one for socket 2011: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132047
  6. Both suggested motherboards were socket 1150.
  7. GhislainG said:
    Both suggested motherboards were socket 1150.


    The one i posted isn't.
  8. but the one you posted will it fit a i5 4670k or just the i7 cuz i may want to do a future upgrade
  9. and idk if you read it but preferable under 200 dollar budget cuz im gonna be buying processor at same time soooo
  10. Viking1237 said:
    and idk if you read it but preferable under 200 dollar budget cuz im gonna be buying processor at same time soooo
    Building a socket 2011 system is expensive. Have you considered the less expensive socket 1150 i7-4770K?
  11. i did think about it i am just one of those people that likes buying top of the line and if im gonna do it i go all the way but yes i have thought about it that's why the title is what is is i was gonna i5 4670k to i7 4770k in future
  12. MSI's Z87-G45 or the Z87-GD65 are the best for the 4670k imo.

    There is also the Asus Sabertooth Z87, but it is pretty expensive. Only reason I wouldn't recomend it. It is truly the best Z87 board if you have the money for it.
  13. well what is good for the i7 4770k
  14. is this the sabertooth http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131976 i can do that thats not bad i just cant do the mobo at the top for the i7 4820k a little over 200 is doable
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    Viking1237 said:
    is this the sabertooth http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131976 i can do that thats not bad i just cant do the mobo at the top for the i7 4820k a little over 200 is doable


    Yea that's the right link.

    Remember that the 4670 and 4820 are a totally different socket, which means a totally different motherboard.

    For the i7 4820, I would recommend the ASRock Extreme4 for just over $200.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157282
  16. i know the asus would be if i went 4770k for a little cheaper but if i went 4820k i would get the one at the top but that may be in a few years when i can do a full upgrade cuz im building a new pc right now just need to know a good board for a good processor
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