good motherboard for amd fx8350

Suggest me any good and best motherboard for amd fx8350 processor

cheap and best one suggestion are welcome!!

Help me guys
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  1. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128514

    990fx board for a great price, depending on what you use your pc for i would recommend anything else but a 990fx board.

    Good luck!
  2. Cheap can be dangerous with that CPU. Take a look here: https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?key=0AgN1D79Joo7tdE9xMUFlMEVWeFhuckJEVF9aMmtpUFE&gid=2 and be certain to avoid any board mentioned as having possible VRM issues or not being good for at least 125W CPUs. Also, you really want a true 900-series board in order to get the latest native interfaces and highest Hypertransport Buss speeds. Check out the Biostar TA970; that's probably the cheapest good option. Make sure the board you choose has heatsinks on its VRMs.
  3. Mostly I do multimedia process
    Such as recording hd game videos tv shows
    And converting (encoding) videos x264 or x265 codec process

    And will play games often but I m not a heavy gamer but I will play them
  4. Gigabyte 970a-ud3p would be my motherboard pick. Do you already have this CPU or looking to buy?
  5. I bought this processor right now I m running this at asus. M5a 78lm usb3 mb at minimal usage


    Because some ppl tell this mb not suit for this processor...
  6. I'll second the suggestions above from Pocketfullanut and logainofhades:


    For single GPU system:

    Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3


    For dual GPU system:

    Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 Rev. 4.0


    Both of these boards have 8+2 power phase, which is important for the FX 8xxx series CPUs. The only real difference is the GPU support. 970 chipsets can do 1 GPU at x16, the other is at x4 or x8 IIRC. The 990 chipset boards can do 2 GPUs and have both at x16, making them much better for Crossfire or SLI setups.
  7. Keep in mind that when you replace your motherboard, you may need a new Windows license (unless yours is a Retail version).
    If you can afford it, I'd choose Asus first on the quality of their VRMs, likely ASRock 2nd just because I've had good results with their boards, and Gigabyte third. Biostar is not high on my list, but in this case is the cheap choice that doesn't appear to be known for problems. Cheap MSI boards are known for problems. Cheap ASRock may not be true 900-series; their 960, 980, and 970DE are actually 700-series boards with liar-labels (imho) on them.
  8. The 970a-ud3p is the best 970 board you can buy.
  9. Ah all answer confuses me to choose which one as solution ;-)

    Thanks to all yours ideas

    GIGABYTE GA-970A-UD3P

    Sounds good so what are yours views on that

    Tell me
  10. But as far as I found GIGABYTE seems to good for this processor

    So tell me pros and cons of
    GIGABYTE
  11. a lot of Gigabyte selections...I personally say ASUS motherboards are better. M5A99FX PRO r 2.0 or a Sabertooth if you demand more VRMs for extreme overclocking
  12. But that suggested asus mb costz
    more (i.e) it is equal to processor price itself
  13. That Gigabyte 970 does appear to have hefty VRMs. Still, keep in mind there is no requirement that you overclock. If you want to, then you really can't go too cheap. The Asus Sabertooth has a 5-year warranty, but is definitely not a cheap board.
  14. So can I go with asus motherboard...
    Which will be best leave the concept of very cheap mb....

    May be some reasonable price boards
    suggest me
  15. Onus said:
    That Gigabyte 970 does appear to have hefty VRMs. Still, keep in mind there is no requirement that you overclock. If you want to, then you really can't go too cheap. The Asus Sabertooth has a 5-year warranty, but is definitely not a cheap board.


    Yea, the 8+2 phase is the same as on the 990fxa-ud3, which is a good budget 990fx board. :)
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