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May 29, 2017, 12:14:17 PM
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I have had enough of MSI,GIGABYTE and ASUS. Both are performing well but maximum the boards I have chosen keep up to 4-5 cards, so far 4 at max I have been able to throw at them.

Now I am thinking to build a board that is designed for mining. I am thinking to go with Biostar TB85 motherboard.

Any ideas, is it reliable to run for a long term, like 2 years without problems ? I see many people saying here putting this board up and running in 30-45 minutes without problems.
Should I go with it or Asrock PRO BTC ?




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May 29, 2017, 12:19:22 PM
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These ones come to mind that can handle mining: Asus PRIME Z270-A, Biostar TB250/TA320/TA350-BTC.

Personally, I have ASRock H81 boards working fine so I'm sticking with them. It's nice to keep a farm uniform.

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May 29, 2017, 12:24:01 PM
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These ones come to mind that can handle mining: Asus PRIME Z270-A, Biostar TB250/TA320/TA350-BTC.

Personally, I have ASRock H81 boards working fine so I'm sticking with them. It's nice to keep a farm uniform.

Thanks. Asus is already on my black list as this board is the least user friendly to mining. It is pathetic, doesn't support Nicehash or Minergate automatic softwares for mining, I have put it to work with Claymore miner, configured manually. I am sticking with Biostar TB85 then because I am looking for a cheap gen4 processor, ram and so on.




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