Windows 10: Saving for a new build

  1.    03 Nov 2015 #1

    Saving for a new build

    okey so i have most parts layed out.. after coming to the conclusion that i was to change out a processor from 4th gen to 5th gen.. now im having trouble finding a motherboard that accepts *2011-V3 Socket* and actually works with or is backwards compatible with DDR3 Ram

    processor im going for is a - Intel i7-5820K
    Intel i7-5820K Extreme Hex Core CPU Processor (3.30GHz, 15MB Cache, 140W, Socket 2011-V3, 28 Lanes PCI Express Generation 3): Computers Accessories

    i have the Case - PSU - Ram - Storage and the CPU cooling components all picked out and i know what im going for... just having trouble with finding a mobo that does DDR3

    any help ?
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    03 Nov 2015 #2

    DDR4 only, i7-4790k is socket 1150 and takes DDR3 but only quad core.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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