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What is a good mobo for video editing? I want to out 32gb of ram in it (4x8 GB) and a MSI GTX 1070 (maybe 2). LGA 1151. RED AND BLACK THEME!!
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  1. ThatGamerJake said:
    What is a good mobo for video editing? I want to out 32gb of ram in it (4x8 GB) and a MSI GTX 1070 (maybe 2). LGA 1151. RED AND BLACK THEME!!


    If your video editing, then go for RyZen, it walks all over Intel in that department, something like the 1600X or the 1700 will be fine with an MSI B350 Tomahawk.
  2. Seanie280672 said:
    ThatGamerJake said:
    What is a good mobo for video editing? I want to out 32gb of ram in it (4x8 GB) and a MSI GTX 1070 (maybe 2). LGA 1151. RED AND BLACK THEME!!


    If your video editing, then go for RyZen, it walks all over Intel in that department, something like the 1600X or the 1700 will be fine with an MSI B350 Tomahawk.


    I might do that in a the future. but for now, I want to stick with LGA 1151. What would you recommend?
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    I'd go with either an ASUS ROG Strix Z270E or ASUS ROG Maximus IX Hero Z270. They have the option for M.2 memory which is nice. Has support for up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM so you can up it if you feel like it and supports gigabit internet speeds if you have that. I've been happy with the quality of the ASUS brand and those seem to be pretty highly rated.

    I will have to agree with Seanie though that AMD is better for video editing /post-editing stuff. They have more physical cores and are much better for when it comes to multitasking. Basically most things except gaming (though RyZen might be changing that, haven't worked with one yet)
  4. Jonas Vandy said:
    I'd go with either an ASUS ROG Strix Z270E or ASUS ROG Maximus IX Hero Z270. They have the option for M.2 memory which is nice. Has support for up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM so you can up it if you feel like it and supports gigabit internet speeds if you have that. I've been happy with the quality of the ASUS brand and those seem to be pretty highly rated.

    I will have to agree with Seanie though that AMD is better for video editing /post-editing stuff. They have more physical cores and are much better for when it comes to multitasking. Basically most things except gaming (though RyZen might be changing that, haven't worked with one yet)


    Hello. Thanks for your response. Anything on the MSI side that you would recommend? I'm trying to stay with the black/red theme.
  5. ThatGamerJake said:
    Jonas Vandy said:
    I'd go with either an ASUS ROG Strix Z270E or ASUS ROG Maximus IX Hero Z270. They have the option for M.2 memory which is nice. Has support for up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM so you can up it if you feel like it and supports gigabit internet speeds if you have that. I've been happy with the quality of the ASUS brand and those seem to be pretty highly rated.

    I will have to agree with Seanie though that AMD is better for video editing /post-editing stuff. They have more physical cores and are much better for when it comes to multitasking. Basically most things except gaming (though RyZen might be changing that, haven't worked with one yet)


    Hello. Thanks for your response. Anything on the MSI side that you would recommend? I'm trying to stay with the black/red theme.


    MSI z170A would fit the bill pretty well I think. The ROG Strix Z270E is RGB so you'd still be able to stick with that color combo too.
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