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QOTW: Who makes the best motherboards?

by Parm Mann on 27 July 2018, 16:31

Tags: ASUSTeK (TPE:2357), MSI, AORUS, EVGA, Gigabyte (TPE:2376), AsRock, Biostar, NZXT

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We're calling on the expertise of the HEXUS hive mind to help identify some of the best brands in PC components. For the next month or so, a series of 'who makes the best?' questions will be asking you to choose your favourite manufacturers for parts such as graphics cards, coolers and PSUs.

It's an opportunity to heap praise on those manufacturers who in your eyes get it right, and if you're so inclined, feel free to name any brands that you reckon get it wrong. For the first instalment, we're starting at the foundations of a PC build by asking: who makes the best motherboards?

What constitutes the best is open to interpretation. Perhaps there's a vendor who has mastered the BIOS, or has styling down to a tee, or maybe someone includes a feature you appreciate that isn't available elsewhere. Whatever the case, let's hear your nominations, as well as your reasoning, in the comments section below.

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No one - its best to check the individual board you are looking to buy and see if the hardware and firmware is up to scratch,and whether the manufacturer are bothering to keep BIOSes up to date. Sadly sometimes companies which might have been good in the past do sometimes lose the plot and release buggy boards.
Asus does! There's really not much to discuss here.
I agree with CAT, it comes down to the individual board - I've had odd issues with all four major manufacturers and there's definitely no safe bet in my experience.
Agreed with CAT and watercooled. Although I'm partial to Asus boards.
I miss Abit :(