Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards AMD' started by LAPIII, Jun 14, 2016.
The CPU will be a FX-8350 and too many motherboards are faulty or risky, so please recommend one.
ASUS Sabertooth 990FX r2.0
Or the one in signature
take a look at this list
I have the same CPU as you and very happy with the motherboard I have: https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/970A-SLI-Krait-Edition.html I overclock my CPU and RAM and it works well
I have ASUS Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 and 0% trouble. I have mixed ram in all four slots(2xGeil and 2xKingston). 100% stable board that doesn't heat up and you have 5 years warranty.
i own many MSI, ASUS motherboard for the bottom to the top of the line, low price to higher and they all die after using moderate OC over long time. Now i use a gigabyte 970A UD3 serie with a OC for years now and it work as it's out of the box, clearly gigabyte own the crown of durability for me.
used gigabyte ultra durable for years with a overclocked firstname.lastname@example.org.Not one bit of trouble.I have retired it and using a ASUS at the moment
Wow this takes me Back!....
The best Am3+ board you can get-Asus Crosshair Formula-Z
2nd-Sabertooth obviously but its pretty-much a formula-z with diffrent colors lol.
3rd-Asus M5A99X Pro-has pretty much everything the other 2 boards have.
4th-Gigabyte 990Fx ud3
You are rocking a Radeon 6870 still? Damm! I think you schould consider an upgrade for your video card instead.
Any of the Asus 990X/FX based mobo's are a good bet I currently run with an Crosshair V Formula and have no probs there's also the Formula z or the Sabertooth I wouldn't trust the VRMs on any 970 based mobo unless it's atleast 8 phase anything under 6 phase's and I wouldn't use anything higher than an FX6300 on it or one of the 95W TDP based FX8xxx like the 8320e or 8370e
yeah same here, but lets wait for the new gen of GPU to stretch their legs, market clam down a bit and looking for an update at a good price.
My ASUS Crosshair V Formula is still going strong after pushing my FX-8350 @ 4.8GHz / 1.54v for the last few years
I've been very happy with my Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 allows me to clock my 8320 to 4.7 ghz on air with no problem.