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    Quote Originally Posted by manishjha18 View Post
    H110 motherboard dosent support HDMI. so not a good buy for me. Gigabyte B250 does support HDMI. corect me if i am wrong.

    i dont think i would update my graphics card ( not a game fan). so, now should i go for i3 7100 or G4560.

    PS. AMD options are not given here.
    Asus H110-A/M.2 does
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    Try to search for lesser priced models.

    AMD Ryzen 3 will launch after June IIRC, so no point in suggesting them 2 months earlier.
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    General Re: PC Buying Guide and Suggested Configs 2017 Q1

    Isn't a Skylake CPU needed to update the BIOS for Kabylake to run on H110/B150? Or do we get the BIOS updated by the retailers itself?

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    General Re: PC Buying Guide and Suggested Configs 2017 Q1

    Quote Originally Posted by sidster View Post
    Isn't a Skylake CPU needed to update the BIOS for Kabylake to run on H110/B150? Or do we get the BIOS updated by the retailers itself?
    Newer units should come with updated bios.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manishjha18 View Post
    H110 motherboard dosent support HDMI. so not a good buy for me. Gigabyte B250 does support HDMI. corect me if i am wrong.

    i dont think i would update my graphics card ( not a game fan). so, now should i go for i3 7100 or G4560.

    PS. AMD options are not given here.
    H110 chipset supports HDMI , But it depends upon specific board whether OEM has added HDMI port or not..

    1) Buy Pentium G4560 .. Don't buy 7100

    2) Here PRimeabgb in this combo deal .. is already updating bios for G4560 + board for total Rs 9,000

    Buy Online | ASRock Super Alloy H110M-HDVP + Intel G4560 Kaby Lake CPU | Price in Indi

    The Asrock board does list having HDMI port , if you don't like ASrock maybe ask them if they can update bios for
    Gigabyte GA-H110M-H

    Buy Online | Gigabyte GA-H110M-H Motherboard | Price in Indi

    GA-H110M-H (rev. 1.0) | Motherboard - GIGABYTE

    With AMD Ryzen 3 you will have to add a graphics card as well , and you don't plan on doing that .. So g4560 iis better for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by gta5 View Post
    H110 chipset supports HDMI , But it depends upon specific board whether OEM has added HDMI port or not..

    1) Buy Pentium G4560 .. Don't buy 7100

    2) Here PRimeabgb in this combo deal .. is already updating bios for G4560 + board for total Rs 9,000

    Buy Online | ASRock Super Alloy H110M-HDVP + Intel G4560 Kaby Lake CPU | Price in Indi

    The Asrock board does list having HDMI port , if you don't like ASrock maybe ask them if they can update bios for
    Gigabyte GA-H110M-H

    Buy Online | Gigabyte GA-H110M-H Motherboard | Price in Indi

    GA-H110M-H (rev. 1.0) | Motherboard - GIGABYTE

    With AMD Ryzen 3 you will have to add a graphics card as well, and you don't plan on doing that ... So g4560 iis better for you
    Almost all H110 Motherboards does not have any Mosfet heatsinks. Any PC which is used for normal purposes like word processing & playing games cooling is not required though but anything other than this means real cooling is required.

    It never hurts to cool a component down (all electrical components run with less noise when cooler). It's up to the
    tolerance and spec of the component, but it won't hurt to cool it. As to whether or not you would see any benefits is another matter. I doubt you would notice if you

    are just playing games or wordprocessing, but if you were using it as a scientific instrument you might notice a difference (cooling reduces electrical noise), but really you wouldn't be using a 'standard PC' for the purpose. In the world of semiconductors
    , cooler is always better!


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    General Re: PC Buying Guide and Suggested Configs 2017 - Q1

    Quote Originally Posted by bssunilreddy View Post
    Almost all H110 Motherboards does not have any Mosfet heatsinks. Any PC which is used for normal purposes like word processing & playing games cooling is not required though but anything other than this means real cooling is required.

    It never hurts to cool a component down (all electrical components run with less noise when cooler). It's up to the
    tolerance and spec of the component, but it won't hurt to cool it. As to whether or not you would see any benefits is another matter. I doubt you would notice if you

    are just playing games or wordprocessing, but if you were using it as a scientific instrument you might notice a difference (cooling reduces electrical noise), but really you wouldn't be using a 'standard PC' for the purpose. In the world of semiconductors
    , cooler is always better!


    The user's build is pretty basic , so i don't think MOSFET heatsink is necessary .. H110 is fine..
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    I guess, it's time for Ryzen 5 everywhere instead of the non-K i5.
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    hey, do you guys think BenQ GW2470H (23.8 inch) VA LED-Lit Flicker Free Eye-care Monitor with HDMI- costing around 9500 is better option then LG 22MP68VQ-P 22 LED IPS ( costing around 8800).
    Benq is 24 inch and its VA panel. while LG is 22 inch with IPS panel.
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