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    Thoughts on CPU+Mobo Combo

    Which of those is better? And what about compared to the ASRock Z77 E6? Looks like the ASRock is the favorite according to Newegg. People only have issues with the ASUS it seems.
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    Thoughts on CPU+Mobo Combo

    Alrighty, so right now I'm waiting for Sunday's sales (if any), but I'm currently sitting with a total of $390.08 shipped for just the combo (one new, one open box) or $416.99 shipped for the combo and 8GB RAM (all new). Still figuring out whether or not a private transaction will take place...
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    Thoughts on CPU+Mobo Combo

    Any idea how long that deal lasts? I'm holding out until Sunday for potential deals, but I could use some new RAM. I wanted 16GB cause I have 8GB now, but I guess 8 isn't bad.
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    Thoughts on CPU+Mobo Combo

    It's also $40 more, but I'll consider it. How is overclocking with the ASRock mobos? I heard that they're a cheaper alternative brand, but still put out solid products.
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    Thoughts on CPU+Mobo Combo

    I'm in FL, so not too many options in terms of technology retailers. I'm in the process of setting up deals with users on other forums (undisclosed) for an Extreme4 for around $100 shipped, maybe less and a 3770K for under $275, otherwise I have a retailer that will do it for $275 shipped. I'm...
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    Thoughts on the this new build!!

    In that case, 4GB may be more beneficial for your needs.
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    Thoughts on CPU+Mobo Combo

    Hey guys, I'm new around here in an attempt to expand my horizons in the world of tech forums. Anyhow, I wanted to get some feedback on a CPU+Mobo combo I'm pretty set on purchasing. The combo would be an i7 3770K and an ASRock Z77 Extreme4. I know the Extreme4 is a little outdated, but...
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    Thoughts on the this new build!!

    Like Jack1n said, the 4GB is useless unless you're running a multi-monitor setup. I also recommend considering 16GB of RAM if you have the money. 8GB is currently the standard it seems, but there's nothing wrong with preparing for the future. Otherwise, solid build regardless of your use...