Which motherboard should I buy B360M D3H or TUF B360-PRO

July 30, 2018 at 13:51:14
Specs: Windows 10 pro, i5-8400 2.80ghz turbo to 4.0gh/8 gigs
so except the price difference which one do you guys think is better for: overall performance,better protection for different parts on the motherboard (voltage protection and stuff like that),longevity and which one has the most (and most relevant)ports,features and stuff like that so if you can please mention as much as you can and thank you in advance.
Note:these two are honestly my only option because my country has issues with shipping from some online store

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July 30, 2018 at 14:40:09
I have compared the specs and from that I could only compare the two cards based on what ports they have (seeing this is my first time even going into computing and the hardware aspects of it since Im buiding my first gaming pc)because on for example asus description on the board they dont say:''This motherboard is better in peroformace and longevity than the B360 D3H gigabyte motherboard,, and vice versa so thats why I need user insights (and plus there are literally no reviews on the asus mobo in english)so thats why I have come here to seek help from people that I presume have the knowledge to help me and are decent human beings as to not get lazy or offended when I post an honest question so if anyone can please help me and say their thoughts on which one of these two boards is all around the better one for longevity,quality and quantity of features,parts and ports.

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July 30, 2018 at 21:05:09
What it boils down to is what features are important to you personally. On most important points the two are very close. Some like Asus boards better in general and some like Gigabyte boards better. I personally have had good results with the Gigabyte boards that I have built with and used. Others have good things to say on the Asus boards. It really is your choice though, either one should make a good machine. If you are considering any of the K-series overclockable 8th generation CPU's than try to get a Z370 board or you won't be able to access the OC options.

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July 31, 2018 at 16:34:33
The boards are made by two of the top board manufacturers so either will be a good choice. And they're based on the same chipset so they should perform similarly. Other than that, we have no idea of what you need so you have to take the time to compare the rest of the specs - LAN chip, audio chip, # & types of USB ports, etc.

Example: https://linustechtips.com/main/topi...


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August 1, 2018 at 08:03:56
Check out this link for more help.

https://www.techspot.com/bestof/int...


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