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Posted 16 May 2023

Gigabyte B760 GAMING X DDR4 Socket 1700 £125.47 Sold by Amazon EU @ Amazon

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Edited by jextwah, 16 May 2023
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  1. Big.Wayne's avatar
    This B760 offer is quite favourable.  I owned the previous B660 version, and that was a solid board.   The updated B760 board offers some improvements.  Now all three M.2 slots are Gen4.0 compared to the two Gen4.0 slots and one Gen3.0 slot on the B660.  The new board can't support SATA M.2, whereas the previous B660 could.  I think most people prefer the all-NVMe option.

    On paper, the new board boasts up to DDR4 5333(O.C.) support compared to DDR4 4400(O.C.) on the earlier B660.  It's not obvious at first but you won't be able to access these high DDR4 speeds unless you have a "K" class CPU installed.  These overclocking CPUs allow you to adjust VCCSA voltage, whereas non "K" class CPUs don't.  Without this adjustment, the memory controller craps out around 3466-3600 depending on the silicon quality.  Of course, it's a strange move to install a "K" class CPU in a B660/B760 mobo as you can't overclock the CPU, but that's the only way to attain high DDR4 speeds on this chipset.  If you want both memory overclocking and CPU overclocking then look to the more expensive Z690/Z790 chipset boards.

    The only other difference I can see between the old and new board is that the primary M.2 slot and the PCI-E 4.0 x16 slot have a new "EZ-Latch" system that helps make it easier to secure the main M.2 drive and uninstall the GPU.

    If you're just wanting to run a non-overclocking CPU with a regular set of DDR4 then this board will deliver the goods with no fuss.

    A very solid option for a mid-range gaming system or workstation.
  2. rudey_valentino's avatar
    This is DDR4...
    jextwah's avatar
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    Yep, in both the title and the description.

    It’s a decent option if you’re currently on an older gen DDR4 build, you could pair this with a 13400f for around £300, use your existing RAM, sell old mobo/cpu and potentially have a big upgrade for a small cost.

    Going DDR5 means around £60 more on mobo of equivalent spec , potentially £120+ on RAM if going 32GB.

    If you’re not on a budget DDR5 is the better option, but everyone’s situation is different. (edited)
  3. uchihasilver's avatar
    No x1 slots is annoying if you use a Wi-Fi card other than that seems solid enough
    Big.Wayne's avatar
    Don't worry. I just installed a PCI-E WiFi card into one of the spare X16(X4 wired) slots.
    Cross Compatibility saves the day! . .

    50206244-rzX8L.jpgIntel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 £7.36 inc@ Aliexpress

    1200Mbps Dual Band Wireless WiFi Card Adapter Desktop 802.11AC For Bluetooth

    50206244-FHJ19.jpg (edited)
  4. Rog3r_'s avatar
    I don't see any wifi
    Daniel789's avatar
    That's because there isn't any
  5. deleted2295968's avatar
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    this or the NZXT N5 Z690?
  6. rudey_valentino's avatar
    One of the reasons i got the Asus board with built in wifi 6 and Bluetooth
    Big.Wayne's avatar
    It's nice to have WiFi included if the price is right, but it's harder to upgrade when the new WiFi cards come out.

    It's easy to install a WiFi card/dongle and costs on AliExpress range from £7 for a basic 300/867 ac Bluetooth model, up to £25 for the latest WiFi 6e tech with an extension cable for the antenna.
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