Hello dear Members , i am new to here so Forgive me if i gonna ask my Questions with Lots of Mistakes . ok here is my Question i have Used AMD Cpus for Long time , now i wanted to Upgrade to Higher Option , i wanted to buy ATI 5870 HD 1GB with Phenom 955 Black Edition but i stuck on geting Motherboard , Now in the List i listed Motherboards with Onboard Graphic Card & none onboard card . i heard that onboard card is not good when you wanna get High END vga card , it consumes alot , so please help me to Decide what will be better for my needs , i want no bottleneck or Limitation or Slowdown
List is like this : oh but away i think 890 Chip will be better But i found 790 FX too but realy dont trust it .
ASUS M4A79T Deluxe no onboard
ASUS M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3 onboard
ASUS M4N98TD EVO no onboard
GIGABYTE - 880GM-USB3 onboard
ASRock 890FX DELUXE3 no onboard
GA-890GPA-UD3H ver2 onboard
Whata long list huh ? sorry i had no choice , & please lets only speak about this Motherboards . thanks a lot .
I personally have Asus crosshair formula IV. It it just overkill if you don't go for crossfire and overclock. but what I can say is that USB3 will come handy. Some new and most upcoming external storages will support USB3. Even if external storage can not use all the speed that USB3 can offer, it is still good upgrade over USB2 speeds. I am personally thinking of getting Sansung story3 2TB as an external drive... http://www.storagereview.com/samsung_story_station_3_re...
Othervice any 890 based motherboard would be just fine!
IMO Onboard VGA card gonna Consume alot EVEN when Disabled ,.
Not that you are wrong, but consume a lot of what when disabled? Any system memory it would use is released back to the system when the onboard is disabled, and you are not using it to drive any monitors. I'm just curious as to what the on-board graphics will consume when it is disabled?
Best suggestions right here. Since you're not Crossfiring, and just want something solid, the 870A-UD3 would be the best option, although the 880GA's integrated graphics are useful in case your video card stops working and you need to debug.