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Ray from Edmonton writes:
- Lots of room for expansion, PCI and PCI-E slots laid out to give maximum airflow for you video card and other expansion cards. Good RAM clearance for CPU coolers, sensible pin layout, motherboard audio is surprisingly good with no background buzz. A nice glowing white LED design if you're into that.
- Quite a large board, can be a bit tricky in some mid cases. The IO shield isn't the greatest quality and sat a bit too far away on my Fractal Define R5.
- It's a motherboard. It seems sturdy with lots of room for expandability. Cheapest Z370 you can get. BIOS is MSI so not the most sensibly laid out but friendly nonetheless. I would use it again.
MSI Z370-A Pro
Rob from Winnipeg writes:
- Bios is easy. over clocks my CPU well can have multiple GPU's
- No SLI for Nvidia, only crossfire for AMD GPU's. You need at least a mid sized case for the mobo, it's pretty big. But that's something you should look into before buying.
- Bought this with a Core i5 8600k. I've never over clocked before. But this mobo made it really simple. It had auto overclocking features, but it's really simple to do your self in bios. For the cheapest mobo for the new intel CPU's, I'm really happy with the price to performance.