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Windows 7: choosing a new gigabyte motherboard to replace current model?

18 Apr 2017   #1
msongs

 
 
choosing a new gigabyte motherboard to replace current model?

would like to upgrade my current 7 yr old system. current MB is a gigabyte ex58 d54 so probably need something similar. will have an i7 4.2hz processor, ddr3 ram, twin monitors, already have an nvidia card. my printers etc are all usb 2 so usb 3 wont be an advantage b ut I know it is standard. there are so many models to choose from so suggestions how to pick one?


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18 Apr 2017   #2
RoasterMen

Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
 
 

Sandy Bridge i7 looks nice. But you'd want a Z68 motherboard with it. DDR3 kits are cheap so it's not a problem. You might want to consider replacing your graphics card if it does not meet your needs anymore, if it does then let it be.
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18 Apr 2017   #3
AddRAM

Windows 7 Pro x64 Windows 10 Pro x64
 
 

Do you want to keep using the 920 or do you want to get a new cpu ?
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