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Which mobo should I choose?

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Hi, I have 2600k and looking for a descent z77 mobo.

Here's what I chose

ASRock Z77 Extreme4 $135
ASRock Fatal1ty Z77 performance $140
ASRock Z77 Extreme6 $155


Which one should I get..??
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  1. I own the fatality and I love it.

    If you overclock, and want to push your CPU to its limits, the Extreme6 has better OC VRMs.
  2. Best answer
    I'd go Extreme 4 which is a good all round mobo, Extreme 6 if the budget permits, Fatal1ty as an entry level. To be more precise and offer a better recommendation would help to know what you plan to do with it (and now, I have to run and take a look at that offer, if good DRAM, may grab a couple to have in the shop:) )
  3. austing said:
    I own the fatality and I love it.

    If you overclock, and want to push your CPU to its limits, the Extreme6 has better OC VRMs.



    I will overclock but no more than 4.5Ghz
    extreme4 vs fatal1ty performance..
  4. Tradesman1 said:
    I'd go Extreme 4 which is a good all round mobo, Extreme 6 if the budget permits, Fatal1ty as an entry level. To be more precise and offer a better recommendation would help to know what you plan to do with it (and now, I have to run and take a look at that offer, if good DRAM, may grab a couple to have in the shop:) )


    The ram is http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148661

    I have one graphic card, not planning on running crossfire,
    I will just overclock to 4.5Ghz

    (1 ssd, and two hard drive)
  5. Tradesman1 said:
    I'd go Extreme 4 which is a good all round mobo, Extreme 6 if the budget permits, Fatal1ty as an entry level. To be more precise and offer a better recommendation would help to know what you plan to do with it (and now, I have to run and take a look at that offer, if good DRAM, may grab a couple to have in the shop:) )


    I ordered extreme6 for the stability..hope it's not DOA
  6. I think the 4 should suffice and you'll be happy, cash saved can go elsewhere, maybe little bigger SSD or better GPU if going to load a discrete graphics card
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