There’s a fundamental problem with the way that many people tackle choosing the best motherbord for gaming. I mean, we’ve all seen that forum post that’s like “Yoo, I just won a million dollars check out this sick build. I’m gonna buy it!”. Ignoring that the poster is usually a teenager who just learnt how to sort by price and throw all the most expensive components in the shopping cart (many of which are not even compatible half the time let alone optimal).
The underlying issue here is that people are assuming that if they pay more, they will end up with a better experience, but that isn’t always the case.
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