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    Most stable board for 2600k?

    What is the best/most stable board for the 2600k?
    Not looking to overclock much, just looking for a stable combo for Flight Sim use (main use of my pc)

    Thanks!

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    MIVE or if u want something good price get a Maximus IV Gene-Z/Gen3

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    Did you two at least read what he said in his post or just read the title?

    @op - I think your previous thread suited the means to obtain this information just fine?
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    save your $ n get a gene-z

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erklat View Post
    Did you two at least read what he said in his post or just read the title?

    @op - I think your previous thread suited the means to obtain this information just fine?
    so what's your recommended board?
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    Sabertooth, for 5 year warranty. He's not worried about speed. He wants stability, and that's the closest you can get to a workstation board on this platform.

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    Quote Originally Posted by owikh84 View Post
    so what's your recommended board?
    I don't know doh!
    Anything less than 300$ on a board which will not be overclocked (much) will do I guess.
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    Grab any Asus or Gig board, even low range will do great for a mild clock.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zsamz_ View Post
    save your $ n get a gene-z
    this, for the money it is very hard to beat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by l0ud_sil3nc3 View Post
    this, for the money it is very hard to beat.
    yes for stability its only falls a few mhz short of a mive

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