Are the "durability features" important for non-overclocking users?
are gigabyte's UD3 of "solid capacitors" (or ASUS' similar features) important for users who don't overclock? is there a significant advantage in these boards in comparison to intel's or ASRock's boards which don't have such features?
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They don't provide a significant advantage, but solid capacitors are preferred. A quality motherboard with normal capacitors can last 10 years or more.