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Old 12-09-2017, 04:08 PM   #11
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You have to decide on a board before choosing ram. Once you do that you go to the Memory QVL on the motherboard's support page and pick a brand, speed, and GB total.
Sometimes, these will work on several boards from various manufacturers.
But, don't assume that will be the case.
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Old 12-09-2017, 04:44 PM   #12
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You have to decide on a board before choosing ram. Once you do that you go to the Memory QVL on the motherboard's support page and pick a brand, speed, and GB total.
Sometimes, these will work on several boards from various manufacturers.
But, don't assume that will be the case.
Jerry, sure I will do it but since we are talking about those 2 motherboards ancd there are people who use them, I asked what RAM is better for that ASUSand that GIGABYTE motherboard.
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Old 12-10-2017, 08:45 AM   #13
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But is it possible to add 2 SSDs even with GIGABYTE Z370 HD3? I mean one (500GB) for OS and the other one (1TB) for video editing.

What RAM would you add precisely for those ASUS and GIGABYTE motherboards?

I know BM Intensity Pro 4K is enough good but I'd like to know if there is a card that works as in 4K as in HD but automatically, that is without making the switch manually.
I plan to use one Samsung 970 M.2 PCIE SSD ultrafast SSD for Win 10 and edit programs. Then a second Samsung 960 IDE SSD for edit projects to avoid I/O bottlenecks for large 4K files. HDDs for backup and srorage. 32 GB DDR4 3200 (2 X 16GB) which I can upgrade to 64GB if needed.
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32 GB DDR4 3200 (2 X 16GB) which I can upgrade to 64GB if needed.
I don't understand well.
Do you use the second Samsung 960 IDE SSD for edit projects? Do you mean you put all videocamera shootings from the SD to computer Samsung 960 IDE SSD? Is your Samsung SSD 2GB?

That RAM is for GIGABYTE Z370 HD3 only or can I put it in Asus Prime Z370-A?
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I don't understand well.
Do you use the second Samsung 960 IDE SSD for edit projects? Do you mean you put all videocamera shootings from the SD to computer Samsung 960 IDE SSD? Is your Samsung SSD 2GB?

That RAM is for GIGABYTE Z370 HD3 only or can I put it in Asus Prime Z370-A?
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Samsung 960 SSD is 1TB - used for current projects including video, audio, stills, etc- Set up you edit software to use this drive. Once finished projects and media backed up to my HDDs or external HDD.
Asus Prime Z370-A will handle even faster memory but benchmarks show little advantage in going to faster, more expensive memory, See link
https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/PRIME-Z370-A/
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We can use Best gaming Motherboards for Intel Core i7 7700K and 8700K processors. There are around 9 sorts of chipsets that go with a motherboard. These 9 chips are H110, B150, B250, Q150, H170, H270, Q170, Z170, and Z270. Thus, the new Generation has Z370 chipset for Coffee Lake processors, to be specific the ones found in the Generation 8 Intel Core i7 Processors. Given the detail of 3 best gaming Motherboards:

1- GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Ultra Gaming Wi-Fi: GIGABYTE now making the best gaming motherboards for the gamers and this is very powerful motherboards ever made. In recent years, no any company make this kind of motherboards. This motherboard is similar to the other Aorus motherboards in design only in design. It actually contained six fan headers and all of them are PWM/DC mode headers.
Pro: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac receptor, Support with XMP modules, Compatibility with up to 3 M.2 NVMe SSDs, USB 3.1 Gen 2 Compatibility, NVIDIA SLI/AMD Crossfire Support, USB Type-C Support, and DualBIOS Support. Cons: Requires a wide array of programs to run Efficiently and Gets Extremely Hot during Overclock.

2- MSI Z370 GAMING PRO CARBON AC: MSI is a famous brand and now they make their presence to launch latest gaming motherboard. Itís Wi-Fi comes on a PCIe/USB to M.2 Key-E adapter card. I think Itís a great choice for people who want to have a high-end Motherboard at within $500 USD budget range.
Pro: RGB Lighting, Good Overclocking Capability and USB 3.1 Gen 2 Compatibility. Cons: The Wi-FI card isnít Integrated.

3- ASUS TUF Z370-PRO Gaming: As we know that ASUS is a famous brand because of the features and reliability. It is a gaming motherboard which is the latest in terms of Z370 Chipset Motherboards and it can help gamers to find out the best experience without spending a huge premium, as compared to other motherboards.
Pro: RGB Lighting, FanXpert 4 Core which provides Safety for Hardware, M.2 Compatibility and USB 3.1 Gen 2 Compatibility. Cons: No Compatibility with < Windows 10 OS, Unstable XMP Properties, Not the Best Overclocking Capabilities and Only 6 USB Ports (4 of them are 3.1 Gen 2). Here is reference link https://appuals.com/best-gaming-motherboards-for-intel-core-i7-8700k-z370/ and you will get detailed information about best gaming motherboards.
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