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Advice on purchasing a motherboard for a new computer


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Question for an understanding audience:
Looking to buy (Aimed at the 11th generation processor) I have a very difficult dilemma in the following conditions I put on the motherboard (please correct me if I am wrong in my technical knowledge of things):
As many ports as possible (Preferred to 10 GBPS) (Looking for a total of 8+ minimum ports 6)
There will be a THUNDERBOLT4 40GBPS port (just in case you need fast data transfer) - at least one, not sure if the ports built into the motherboard are just for screen and such
light bulbs For syncing to games + it's beautiful and I love this cruise
Built-in WIFI 6E (to be ready for existing WIFI + 5.2BT)
2.5GB or 10GBPS built-in LAN card
In essence I'm really debating Let him have a look (although it just sat at home but I enjoy cool design)
I narrowed down my options to the following models - my downside is that some do not provide what I want or are too expensive
(I would rather pay less than $ 1000 per motherboard including shipping (from what I found on Amazon)
Asus Maximus XII Hero \ Apex \ Extreme
Gigabyte Master \ Ultra \ Extreme
 
This is what I saw I would love to know everyone on the subject. Thanks!
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In short, right, there is really no need for everything, just want it to be of all the latest things. 
Tablets with WiFi 6E are available without a problem, and a card can also be upgraded (I do not compromise on that, works mainly wirelessly with the stationary and in combination with - Wifi is a magic solution at high speeds - within the network of course)
USB 3.2 - seems to me worthwhile probably when there are not really such cards that manage to keep up with these rates according to what I read in reviews on Amazon

Thundrbolt 4 As I saw - a super fast USBC connection, I think it would be really nice if I connected an external drive in USBC to the computer that would be so fast (this is if I understand correctly the use of the TB)
10GB LAN - I admit, I do not think I will have a router with such a LAN in the near future - there is a situation that it is optional, since 2.5GBE is more likely to have (I only look at it for transfers within the local network - where I want things to fly) 

RGB - I think it should be on the board because otherwise the board itself will not light up .. Like I said, it's a bonus that I really feel like. 

 

What do you think? 
 

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USB 3.2 - seems to me worthwhile probably when there are not really such cards that manage to keep up with these rates according to what I read in reviews on Amazon

 

Note that this is an inclusive name.

 

From gen 2X2 it becomes just a type c connection.

 

Regarding external drives, the highest speed I have seen recorded in drive data (no one says that in real time it will really give such a speed) was close to 3 GB per second (I think 2.8 GB).

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Note that this is an inclusive name.

 

From gen 2X2 it becomes just a type c connection.

 

Regarding external drives, the highest speed I have seen recorded in drive data (no one says that in real time it will really give such a speed) was close to 3 GB per second (I think 2.8 GB).

Thanks for the comment - I'm talking about ports 3.2 TYPE A RED. 
The THUNDERBOLT 4 ports should be TYPEC with which I hope to connect an external hard drive or something like that (I guess it is not relevant in the motherboard for port / VR port because such ports should be used via the Style graphics card .

 

You have an idea about That will include everything? (I gave some examples but I have a hard time choosing)

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Thanks for the comment - I'm talking about ports USB 3.2 TYPE A RED. 

 

What generation are you talking about? Are there reds that are type a?

By the way, when I inquired a few days ago regarding the purchase External and I checked the colors, it turns out they are not always correct. The Legion 5 laptop has black ports even though they are 3.2

 

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You have an idea about Motherboard That will include everything? (I gave some examples but I have a hard time choosing)

 

Nope. Not familiar enough with such motherboards to advise.

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What generation are you talking about? Are there reds that are type a?

By the way, when I inquired a few days ago regarding the purchase SSD External and I checked the colors, it turns out they are not always correct. The Legion 5 laptop has black ports even though they are USB 3.2

 

 

Nope. Not familiar enough with such motherboards to advise.

good thanks
And yes, motherboards in desktops today reach 3.2 GEN 2 TYPE 2 - usually painted in red (at least in gigabytes) at a rate of 10GBPS
3.2 GEN1 provide 5GBPS

TYPE C TB4 Reach 40GBPS! (This is probably especially effective for displaying less to a hard drive)

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You have another one between 10gbps and 40.

There is a 2X2 gen which is 20gbps (to the best of my recollection it only comes in type c).

 

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TYPE C TB4 Reach 40GBPS! (This is probably especially effective for displaying less to a hard drive)

 

 

 

There are already external drives that have passed the 10 gbps. If you look at sample 170334 in KSP for example, you will see one like this. According to what they record, it should reach 2.8 and 2.3 GB per second.

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You have another one between 10gbps and 40.

There is a 2X2 gen which is 20gbps (to the best of my recollection it only comes in type c).

 

 

 

There are already external drives that have passed the 10 gbps. If you look at sample 170334 in KSP for example, you will see one like this. According to what they record, it should reach 2.8 GB per second.

got it, 

I'm aiming higher for being ready for the future in 7 years (the plan is to buy that should not be upgraded to this range if not more, and yes, I prefer not to invest in buying PCIE cards for a friend. Less connects to it if possible it will be part of the board.) 

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Your decision of course, but if such a board costs $ 1000 as you prescribe, instead I would buy a board for say 1000 NIS and in the future just replace the whole board instead of buying various upgrades. It seems to me it came out cheaper than $ 1000 and you will end up taking better .

Of course, your decision and your considerations.

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Your decision of course, but if such a board costs $ 1000 as you prescribe, instead I would buy a board for say 1000 NIS and in the future just replace the whole board instead of buying various upgrades. It seems to me it came out cheaper than $ 1000 and you will end up taking better .

Of course, your decision and your considerations.

I think in the end I will still pay the $ 1000 as you say :)
But it seems to me that I got thanks to you some direction in this section, I am looking for a board with TYPE C 2X2 instead of TB4, it should make the choice easier, and probably also on the pocket 
Thanks!

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