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    I have ordered one 7740x delidded tray so which x299 is good taichi xe or rog strix xe?I have 1 Hdd wd 2tb 1 psu rm750x and 1 aorus gaming 1060 6gb 9gbps with chokes of titan x for the ram i have no idea any hint?
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    Default Re: X299

    I like the Strix board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    I like the Strix board.
    Good asus strix x299 xe will be my choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Federico_therebe View Post
    Good asus strix x299 xe will be my choice
    As for the memory, look at the ASUS webpage for that board for the Memory QVL. (Qualified Vendors List)
    The memory on this list has been tested with the board and found to be compatible by ASUS.
    Avoiding memory problems is a good thing.

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    Default Re: X299

    Ok thanxs Realneil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Federico_therebe View Post
    Ok thanxs Realneil
    And now, I have one last piece of advice for you.
    It concerns the Power Supply Unit that you intend to use. (PSU)

    Many of us believe that the PSU is the cornerstone of every good computer build. You never scrimp and save when it comes to supplying your new PC with power to operate.
    I use Gold rated PSUs myself, and I like Seasonic brand the best.

    A shoddy PSU can fail quickly and sometimes it will destroy other components when that happens. That's why your PSU is the single most important component of your new build.

    Enjoy your build!

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    And now, I have one last piece of advice for you.
    It concerns the Power Supply Unit that you intend to use. (PSU)

    Many of us believe that the PSU is the cornerstone of every good computer build. You never scrimp and save when it comes to supplying your new PC with power to operate.
    I use Gold rated PSUs myself, and I like Seasonic brand the best.

    A shoddy PSU can fail quickly and sometimes it will destroy other components when that happens. That's why your PSU is the single most important component of your new build.

    Enjoy your build!
    Now i must decided for 1 msi gaming x299 m7 ack or 1 asus x299 rog strix xe for psu 750 or 850 platinum/titanium or gold is egual second you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Federico_therebe View Post
    Now i must decided for 1 msi gaming x299 m7 ack or 1 asus x299 rog strix xe for psu 750 or 850 platinum/titanium or gold is egual second you?
    Gold rated is good for a PSU.


    Personally, I like ASUS over MSI, but my last CPU/Motherboard purchase was an i9-7900X and an MSI X299 Gaming M7 ACK.
    The CPU was offered with this particular MSI motherboard for a very low price. So I bought it and I plan to build it this weekend.
    If I could have chosen either one of them to get the good price, it would have been the ASUS board.

    I'm using an 850W Gold rated PSU for the build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Gold rated is good for a PSU.


    Personally, I like ASUS over MSI, but my last CPU/Motherboard purchase was an i9-7900X and an MSI X299 Gaming M7 ACK.
    The CPU was offered with this particular MSI motherboard for a very low price. So I bought it and I plan to build it this weekend.
    If I could have chosen either one of them to get the good price, it would have been the ASUS board.

    I'm using an 850W Gold rated PSU for the build.
    So you say prime gold right?

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    Gold rated power supply is good if you buy a good brand.
    Either motherboard that you mentioned will be good as long as you buy memory that is on that board's QVL. (see post #4 above)

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Gold rated power supply is good if you buy a good brand.
    Either motherboard that you mentioned will be good as long as you buy memory that is on that board's QVL. (see post #4 above)
    Thermaltake toughpower Grand rgb o dps g is good for you?Or is better seasonic or FSP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Federico_therebe View Post
    Thermaltake toughpower Grand rgb o dps g is good for you?Or is better seasonic or FSP?
    IDK about FSP & Thermaltake PSUs. I use Seasonic and some Corsairs.

    Jonnyguru.com specializes in PSU reviews. Read up on what you want there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    IDK about FSP & Thermaltake PSUs. I use Seasonic and some Corsairs.

    Jonnyguru.com specializes in PSU reviews. Read up on what you want there.
    The alternative is rm750x

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    For The 7740x which x299 is good?I have thinked at asus x299-a or asus x299 deluxe or is better tuf mark 1 for oc gaming and stability?

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    My choice will be:
    1. ASUS ROG Strix x299 board
    2. Any 750-850W gold rated PSU (EVGA, Seasonic, Enermax or Corsair)
    3. Any Geil, G-Skill, Crucial or Corsair 3000-3200 MHz RAM (32GB )
    and also one M2 PCIE NVME SSD (Samsung 950-960 Pro/EVO 512G for OS and programs.

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    My choice will be:
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    2. Any 750-850W gold rated PSU (EVGA, Seasonic, Enermax or Corsair)
    3. Any Geil, G-Skill, Crucial or Corsair 3000-3200 MHz RAM (32GB )
    and also one M2 PCIE NVME SSD (Samsung 950-960 Pro/EVO 512G for OS and programs.
    Rog strix x299 xe or vi apex?Corsair mp500 or intel 900p so your hint is psu gold right?for the ram 3200 ripjaws v?
    For the graphic card i have thinked at 1070ti or 1080!!!!

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