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    Default MSI Z77A-G45 or AsRock Z77 Extreme4 for i5-2400

    Hello there... I want to upgrade my mobo as I'm looking for 1080p gaming (budget 14000). My gpu is MSI GTX 760 OC. I'm looking forward to buy a 1080p monitor soon as well as a mobo. I'm confused between the MSI Z77AG45 Gaming and Asock Z77 Extreme4 mobo. I wanted to OC my cpu o a bit and as far as I know these both mobo has the capability to OC a non-K cpu, (thugh I'm a little confused about the MSI one). But is there any need to OC the i5-2400 for 1080p gaming? Again, will the MSI board be an advantage for the MSI gpu? (so the specs says). There is also a cheaper option: The MSI B75A-G43 and an expensive option: The AsRock fatality performance.

    Another thing to consider is that I might upgrade my Ram to 1600MHz (or higher) as my current ram is 1333MHz. In the specs it says MSI boards need 22nm cpu for 1600MHz ram which is confusing me that with this cpu I can't use 1600MHz ram in that mobo, not sure about the AsRock too.

    So which one is the best option for me? Please help...

    (I currently have Gigabyte 61M-S2P-B3 for 2 years and have had no problem at all.)

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    @Wretch Badhon don't buy any of those Mobo's . as you won't get any noticeable OC out of your I5 2400 .so keep what you have . and buy a good monitor to get the best out of your GPU . and no there's no need to OC your processor for 1080p gaming . it's enough for gaming at stock clock speed .
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    thanx for your reply brther
    but my Gigabyte H61M-S2P-B3 doesn't have an SATAIII 6Gb/s port, I'm using WD Cavier Blue HDD which is a 6Gb/s
    In that case upgrading mobo won't be beneficial???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wretch Badhon View Post
    thanx for your reply brther
    but my Gigabyte H61M-S2P-B3 doesn't have an SATAIII 6Gb/s port, I'm using WD Cavier Blue HDD which is a 6Gb/s
    In that case upgrading mobo won't be beneficial???
    No Harddisk even fully utilize SATA 3Gb/s. NO NEED TO BUY ANY MOTHERBOARD.

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    take the b75 if i am not wrong the h61 didnt come out with usb 3 and you will see noticeable difference in usb 2 and usb 3 speed and sata 3gb or 6gb doesn't really matter for now but who knows the future, and a non k processor cant be over clocked even if you buy the most expensive z77 mobo, so if you really want to upgrade then buy the msi b75 gaming edition or something which comes up with a good sound chip set and some other features..

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    take the b75 if i am not wrong the h61 didnt come out with usb 3 and you will see noticeable difference in usb 2 and usb 3 speed and sata 3gb or 6gb doesn't really matter for now but who knows the future, and a non k processor cant be over clocked even if you buy the most expensive z77 mobo, so if you really want to upgrade then buy the msi b75 gaming edition or something which comes up with a good sound chip set and some other features..
    1. wrong (it depends on the device itself)
    2. wrong (even the ssds cant get a real world performance increase apart from benchmarks)
    3. wrong again (yes, it does, 3470 can be overclocked safely to 4.0Ghz on all core in a good z77)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    1. wrong (it depends on the device itself)
    2. wrong (even the ssds cant get a real world performance increase apart from benchmarks)
    3. wrong again (yes, it does, 3470 can be overclocked safely to 4.0Ghz on all core in a good z77)
    have you reached it ???

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    Sata 3gb and sata 6b does matter when u use SSD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoMoN.Khan View Post
    Sata 3gb and sata 6b does matter when u use SSD.
    not until u run benchmarks. Had 2 of them, first vertex then m4. Sold both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    not until u run benchmarks. Had 2 of them, first vertex then m4. Sold both.
    i m not talking about SSD wheather its sata 2 or sata 3.it's mother board.
    When u ran 6bs supported SSD on sata 2 supported mother board u will get less performance.
    U r right in general case though. SSD is so fast that u cant tell the difference.

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    SSD was not my consideration anyway....
    and as per overclocking, in a forum of tomshardware (forget the link) I read someone had OC'd the i5-2400 o 3.9GHz in a Z77 Extreme4, so what about that???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wretch Badhon View Post
    SSD was not my consideration anyway....
    and as per overclocking, in a forum of tomshardware (forget the link) I read someone had OC'd the i5-2400 o 3.9GHz in a Z77 Extreme4, so what about that???
    Yes, you can do it on any good z77 mobo which has ~8 phase cpu power. But you need to buy an aftermarket cooler for that and there's no guarantee thats gonna be stable unless you buy a super expensive mobo.
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    1080p game e... crysis 3 te 2400/2500k oc kore performance koto bare???? ami to jani temon kono barei na considering if the guy has gtx 670

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    1080p game e... crysis 3 te 2400/2500k oc kore performance koto bare???? ami to jani temon kono barei na considering if the guy has gtx 670
    not more than 1-2%

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    so oc kore gaming e labh nai shudhu shudhu kosto niyen na bhai,

    ar ram 1600mhz e 1333 er cheye faster game load hobe which is good (y)



    ar sandy bridge e 1600mhz ram support kore but kono kaje lage na... aayman bolsilo 2 bosor age

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    so the mobo is not worth upgrading?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wretch Badhon View Post
    so the mobo is not worth upgrading?
    nope, it's not

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    1. wrong (it depends on the device itself)
    2. wrong (even the ssds cant get a real world performance increase apart from benchmarks)
    3. wrong again (yes, it does, 3470 can be overclocked safely to 4.0Ghz on all core in a good z77)
    1.you will see the USB 2 and USB 3 difference when you transfer a big files in a 1tb portable HDD or more you won't see the difference of that much in 8gb and 16gb pendrives

    2. obviously it will does matter in future unless something like this technology won't be invented and said already not right now but in future

    3. yes you can oc the non k to 4ghrz but this is not something that everyone can have this stable like k series processors, because people used to give example about 5ghrz on i5 2500k but everyone couldn't able to do that this 4ghrz for 3470 also depends on the chip set that is capable for that or not
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wretch Badhon View Post
    so the mobo is not worth upgrading?
    not at all. OCing your non-k processor to its highest possible limit will not give you more than 1-2 fps increase in games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    1.you will see the USB 2 and USB 3 difference when you transfer a big files in a 1tb portable HDD or more you won't see the difference of that much in 8gb and 16gb pendrives

    2. obviously it will does matter in future unless something like this technology won't be invented and said already not right now but in future

    3. yes you can oc the non k to 4ghrz but this is not something that everyone can have this stable like k series processors, because people used to give example about 5ghrz on i5 2500k but everyone couldn't able to do that this 4ghrz for 3470 also depends on the chip set that is capable for that or not
    Linguistics invented comma, full stop, semi-colon for a reason. Please respect them first.

    1. How many of us use portable HDDs?
    2. That will be called sata express. Which is not there yet neither in Z68, Z77 nor X79. Learn first, then utter your gibberish.
    3. In Asrock Ex 4, it does. Rock stable even in 4.3Ghz by tweaking the BCLK, which is pretty safe upto 105-107.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    not at all. OCing your non-k processor to its highest possible limit will not give you more than 1-2 fps increase in games.

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    Linguistics invented comma, full stop, semi-colon for a reason. Please respect them first.

    1. How many of us use portable HDDs?
    2. That will be called sata express. Which is not there yet neither in Z68, Z77 nor X79. Learn first, then utter your gibberish.
    3. In Asrock Ex 4, it does. Rock stable even in 4.3Ghz by tweaking the BCLK, which is pretty safe upto 105-107.
    You dont get a single point of my post arguing with you is like with back against the wall,

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