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MSI Z170-A PRO Motherboard £86.99 + Free delivery - Ebuyer

£86.99 @ Ebuyer
Was on offer a few days back when I bought one and now they have more in stock for a tiny bit cheaper. More specs here: https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/Z170-A-PRO.html Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Was on offer a few days back when I bought one and now they have more in stock for a tiny bit cheaper.

More specs here: https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/Z170-A-PRO.html
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
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#1
specs ? more info ????
3 Likes #2
floppydesk
specs ? more info ????


lol click the link
#3
floppydesk
specs ? more info ????

https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/Z170-A-PRO.html
#4
Nice price for z170 but what's pro about this board?
#5
Would this be suitable for a new build, medium or highend. Or would it be better to spend some extra cash for a higher spec board.
1 Like #6
Number of ports looks low, currently looking at Mobo's for a decent gaming build.
I personally am looking to by something with USB C for longevity and built in WiFi. Although I realize that I will be looking to spend £150 upwards ... just my 2 cents worth :)
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I was always a die hard Gigabyte fan. Never let me down. The replaceboard board i bought ONLY because my new case wasn't big enough is an MSI and is even better than the Gigabytes I always bought. And they were all great without exception. But I'm a fan of MSI now !
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Only heard bad reviews of ebuyer and their seemingly nonexistent RMA process. So be warned..
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romeospadre
Number of ports looks low, currently looking at Mobo's for a decent gaming build.
I personally am looking to by something with USB C for longevity and built in WiFi. Although I realize that I will be looking to spend £150 upwards ... just my 2 cents worth :)


Build in wifi for a gaming rig?
#10
OOS
#11
ws007
romeospadre
Number of ports looks low, currently looking at Mobo's for a decent gaming build.
I personally am looking to by something with USB C for longevity and built in WiFi. Although I realize that I will be looking to spend £150 upwards ... just my 2 cents worth :)


Build in wifi for a gaming rig?


Some people actually like lag, must be ex-console gamers.
#12
ws007
romeospadre
Number of ports looks low, currently looking at Mobo's for a decent gaming build.
I personally am looking to by something with USB C for longevity and built in WiFi. Although I realize that I will be looking to spend £150 upwards ... just my 2 cents worth :)
Build in wifi for a gaming rig?
I can give one reason -
convenience. I mainly use LAN myself but it's useful to switch to WiFi when something goes wrong and I need to tether my connection. It's not always for online gaming.
#13
Aye nice to have WiFi as a option. Not essential
#14
floppydesk
specs ? more info ????

your floppy can't store that much info, you need an upgrade.

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