ASUS Maximus VIII Hero Z170 Intel LGA1151 DDR4 ATX Gaming Motherboard @ Amazon.fr delivered - £95
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ASUS Maximus VIII Hero Z170 Intel LGA1151 DDR4 ATX Gaming Motherboard @ Amazon.fr delivered - £95

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Found 27th Feb
  • LGA1151 socket for 6th-gen Intel Core desktop processors
  • Dual DDR4 3733 (OC) support
  • High quality gaming performance - five-way optimisation with auto-tuning, 2nd-generation T-Topology and OC design
  • High quality gaming audio - reinvented SupremeFX 2015 with intuitive Sonic Studio II
  • High quality gaming networking - Intel Gigabit Ethernet, LANGuard and GameFirst technology
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If you need a motherboard for these supported CPUs then these is the bees neez.

However if you're making a new build I would say avoid this and stick with 8 series CPUs.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 27th Feb
I have the hero alpha version. Which is nearly identical. Any questions just ask.

Fantastic support for everything including PWM or DC fan control( with custom profiles), water cooling support( separate water pump output and control), LN2 support and more. Has HDMI and DP out for onboard graphics via intel CPUs.

I don't think it will disappoint anyone planning on using a 6 or 7 series CPU.

Also has amazing sound for audiophiles ! And great audio outputs.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 27th Feb
Should be added to the description that it is limited to Amazon Prime members.
polarbaba27th Feb

If you need a motherboard for these supported CPUs then these is the bees …If you need a motherboard for these supported CPUs then these is the bees neez.However if you're making a new build I would say avoid this and stick with 8 series CPUs.


What about for a budget new build?
Depends what spec you wanted and how much it adds up to. Generally in the 6 and 7 series I would say the i5 is the best value for money , only get the i7 if you need it's specialist features which most won't.
Around 8gb of ram is a minimum but 16 is best
GPUs 10 series are pretty good, get a 1060 and over.
I don't build pcs frequently so I reckon some nice HUKD'ers around here will probably step in and advise far better than I could.
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