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its mostly based on features. like if they are colored, have many overclocking features, how good they overclock, any software or hardware accessories, what kind of warrenty and how long, on board feature like gigabit lan, extra usb, sata, etc. you just have to look at your needs and find the board that meets them and dont pay for extras that you dont need or will never use in the future.

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