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    Lightbulb which Z170 mobo to go with 6600K? or, i7 with low end mobo!

    with a 15k budget.. and with a 20k budget.... DDR4 board
    what's the big difference between Maximus VIII Ranger and Hero?

    and, is it really worth buying a Unlocked Processor??
    or, an locked/unlocked i7 with a cheaper board

    kumbaya!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    with a 15k budget.. and with a 20k budget.... DDR4 board
    what's the big difference between Maximus VIII Ranger and Hero?

    and, is it really worth buying a Unlocked Processor??
    or, an locked/unlocked i7 with a cheaper board

    kumbaya!!
    Go with i7 6700K with a lower end Z170/B150 Gaming editions and DDR4 stuff. No question there. With a maximus you might push the CPU to its limit but ultimately the i5 will remain an i5. And, I am pretty sure even with a decent Z170 you will achieve a nice overclock. And with 6700K series you will get 600Mhz higher clock than 6700. So, even if you don't OC, you are getting more performance only for Tk.3K extra.
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    Get a locked i7 6700 + H170 motherboard. get gaming 3 or pro gaming variant from any brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Go i7 6700K with a lower end Z170 and DDR4 stuff. No question there. With a maximus you might push the CPU to its limit but ultimately the i5 will remain an i5. And, I am pretty sure even with a decent Z170 you will achieve a nice overclock.
    i was thinking of a 35~40k budget for cpu and mobo... 6700k is ~29k

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    Get a locked i7 6700 + H170 motherboard. get gaming 3 or pro gaming variant from any brand.
    what features are missing in H170 rather than ocing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    what features are missing in H170 rather than ocing?
    You won't be able to to use ddr4 ram of high speeds, slightly lower max USB 3.0 ports, one pcie x16 port compared to one x16 and two x8 ports on z170, 16x3.0 pci-e config instead of 20x3.0. and also no SLI support, a lot of h170 boards do have CF support though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    i was thinking of a 35~40k budget for cpu and mobo... 6700k is ~29k
    MSI B150M Mortar -> 10,200/= (link & details)
    - It has 4 memory slots (DDR4 with XMP support)
    - It supports crossfire (that was unexpected)
    - And an M.2? (!!!)
    - USB 3.1
    - there might be some moderate OC options
    - LED and PCIe steel plating

    Intel Core i7 6700K -> 29,000/=

    Total: 39,200/=

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    MSI B150M Mortar -> 10,200/= (link & details)
    - It has 4 memory slots (DDR4 with XMP support)
    - It supports crossfire (that was unexpected)
    - And an M.2? (!!!)
    - USB 3.1
    - there might be some moderate OC options
    - LED and PCIe steel plating

    Intel Core i7 6700K -> 29,000/=

    Total: 39,200/=
    There isn't any OC options, and no RAID option either and furthermore only 2133 speed's ram can be used on it. It's a great motherboard though, but it's for a i3 and maybe locked i5 not an i7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehsas View Post
    There isn't any OC options, and no RAID option either and furthermore only 2133 speed's ram can be used on it. It's a great motherboard though, but it's for a i3 and maybe locked i5 not an i7.
    I don't know about giant, but if he is not going to use PC for productivity or something, I would tell him to go for the board (unless there is a cheaper one with better features). It will easily support the 6700K, RAM speed is not a great of an issue until it's video production or something like that, and RAID is not an issue until it's a need. But, you are right that this board will diminish many great features of an i7 cpu.

    For myself, I use the Sabertooth only because it's pretty reliable and the components are almost workstation grade which I need. I don't OC at all but also paying a premium for a motherboard only because I need it. It all depends on the need. (And, I hate my need)

    To OP, if you are going to use it for gaming, get the board, get an i5 6500, then pour all the money in a graphics card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    with a 15k budget.. and with a 20k budget.... DDR4 board
    what's the big difference between Maximus VIII Ranger and Hero?

    and, is it really worth buying a Unlocked Processor??
    or, an locked/unlocked i7 with a cheaper board

    kumbaya!!


    Completely depends on the usage of the system. If it is for Gaming then i5 6600k + Z170 (any board in Gaming series, with DDR4), will be best in even some CPU intensive games for higher CPU clock speed. You can even go for a 6500 and B150/H170 and spend the extra cash on the Graphics Card because that is what matters most in Gaming. Compromising GPU for i7 is a very bad idea when the PC is for Gaming. Going with i7 in a Gaming build should be considered when you can pair it with a very powerful GPU.

    In CPU intensive scenarios, like editing, etc.. you should go with an i7 with at least H170, Overclocking isn't really necessary as more threads matter more in most workstation situations, but it will help in some cases.

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    Go for ASRock Z170 Extreme 4. Price: 15,800/=. Im currently using it with my 6600k and able to reach 4.6Ghz on all cores without any issues. Remember, for gaming, four strong cores are better than four weak, hyperthreaded cores.

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    you can choose between GIGABYTE Z170X GAMING 3(PRICE 16500/= bdt) or GIGABYTE Z170X GAMING 7 (PRICE 22000/= bdt). its better to have Z170 chip rather then any other chip. because of -

    1. higher bandwidth memory support
    2. more PCI lanes
    3. Overclocking
    4. More HSIO lanes (high speed I/O)
    5. USB 3.1 support with intel controller bandwith featuring up to 32GB/s (Only Gigabyte Z170x motherboards have intel controller no other brands have this feature rest of them are usb 3.1 10Ggps)
    6. for GIGABYTE motherboard Audio functionality is Awesome.

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    and one more thing definitely go for i7 6700k its worth the extra money. because of -

    1. 4 GHz on default (600MHz faster then 6700 by default)
    2. you can OC and squiz extar 600 ~ 700 MHz (no problem)
    3. less Heat Issue
    4. Need to buy extra CPU cooler (pros & con both )


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    The one big reason of getting ASRock/MSI Z170 boards is that you can OC non-k Skylake processors (like i5 6400, i5 6500, i7 6700) to 4.5-4.8Ghz by BCLK tuning. No other manufacturer offers that. Buying K series processor is totally useless after this invention. I regret buying a K series myself.

    http://hexus.net/tech/news/mainboard...-skylake-cpus/

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    GIGABYTE already have chip built in called Turbo B Clock. with help of this any one can easily overclock Their Non K CPU with the right Knowledge.Click image for larger version. 

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    ASROCK, MSI, ASUS all have that Turbo B clock chip. Lol. This is not associated with overclocking non-k processors, rather it there to help fine-tuning an already overclockable K-series processor.

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