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What is the best mobo here??

ASROCK H61M-HVS
ASROCK H61M-VS
ASUS P8H61-M LE
ASUS P8H61-M LX
ASUS P8H61-M LX3
ASUS P8H67-M LE
ASUS P8B75-M LE
EMAXX EMX-IH61LT-ICAFE
GIGABYTE GA-H61M-S2-B3
GIGABYTE H61M-DS2
GIGABYTE GA-B75M-D3V B75
INTEL DH61HO
INTEL BLKDH61
INTEL BLKDH61
MSI H61M-P31
MSI H61M-P23 B3
MSI H61M-E33 B3

what is the best and why???
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  1. Why H61?
  2. because this are the only ones i can reach for my budget 70$
  3. Q - What's the build's purpose (use)?
    Q - What are the other components?
    Q - What's the total budget?

    Q - Have you considered AMD?

    Most folks will thumbs down AMD, but for a typical Desktop or HTPC their APU CPU's are actually pretty good, are cheaper, and are something to consider.
  4. for gaming ...

    CPU - INTERL CORE i5 2500
    GPU - GTX 560
    RAM - 4 GB 1600 MHZ
    CASE - COUGAR CHALLENGER


    my budet is just 500$ about 21000 peso from philippines
    take a look at this
    http://enigma-phil.com.ph/pricelist/Loyale_retail.pdf
  5. Best answer
    That looks a lot like the TH $500 build, I'd look at the HD 7000 series or GTX 660. Most newer games work best with 2GB+ vRAM and not the GTX 560's 1GB (vRAM bottleneck). Ideally, the 4-cores i5's are the better choice. Also know some games benefit quite a bit with 8GB of RAM so any value DDR3-1333 2x4GB kit will do.

    The MOBO's with non-K CPU do very little so if it supports your CPU and has what you need (I/O) then pick the cheapest ASUS you can.

    Frankly, I am not the best source for sub-$1000 systems, there's too many trade-offs of quality and/or components necessary.
  6. Best answer selected by kramkat.
  7. ok thanks
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