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Motherboard Gigabyte vs Asus

Gigabyte GA-78LMT-USB3 Micro ATX AM3+ Motherboard-£35

Asus M5A78L-M/USB3 Socket AM3+ 8 Channel HD Audio mATX Motherboard-£47

Everyone uses the 2nd one but i dont know why extra £12 for nothing?
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  1. Because Asus boards are usually better,,,always choose quality over price,,,i would suggest you get the Asus board too
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    Asus board all the way, It is more overclockable and Asus have a reputation for building very high quality products. If you are on a strict budget then go gigabyte but asus if you have the spare pounds.

    All your gonna get is Asus is better Probably, But the Gigabyte is still good.
  3. I have had good experiences with both of them, Gigabyte and ASUS, I am running a Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H in my build right now and its been great. Both boards are VERY similar in their features and their reviews, I can't not recommend saving the money and getting the Gigabyte. But if this is for a FX-8350 I personally would spend more money and go for a 990FX chipset, but that's me.
  4. Littlesackninja said:
    Asus board all the way, It is more overclockable and Asus have a reputation for building very high quality products. If you are on a strict budget then go
    gigabyte but asus if you have the spare pounds.


    Yes exactly :)
  5. patrick47018 said:
    I have had good experiences with both of them, Gigabyte and ASUS, I am running a Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H in my build right now and its been great. Both boards are VERY similar in their features and their reviews, I can't not recommend saving the money and getting the Gigabyte. But if this is for a FX-8350 I personally would spend more money and go for a 990FX chipset, but that's me.


    link me one please ?
  6. patrick47018 said:


    wouldnt u rather bottleneck (cheap out) on mobo and put the money in idk cpu or gpu?
  7. Yes, The Graphics card is more important than the cpu, And Cpu is more important than the motherboard (In gaming performance)
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