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Reddit mentions of MSI Arsenal GAMING Intel 8th Gen LGA 1151 M.2 DVI HDMI USB 3.1 Gigabit LAN CFX ATX Motherboard (Z370 TOMAHAWK)

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We found 4 Reddit mentions of MSI Arsenal GAMING Intel 8th Gen LGA 1151 M.2 DVI HDMI USB 3.1 Gigabit LAN CFX ATX Motherboard (Z370 TOMAHAWK). Here are the top ones.

MSI Arsenal GAMING Intel 8th Gen LGA 1151 M.2 DVI HDMI USB 3.1 Gigabit LAN CFX ATX Motherboard (Z370 TOMAHAWK)
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  • Supports 8th Gen Intel Core/Pentium/Celeron processors for LGA 1151 socket
  • Supports DDR4 Memory, up to 4000+(OC) MHz
  • DDR4 Boost: Advanced technology provided by MSI OC lab to ensure maximum compatibility for overclocking performance
  • Military Class 5, Guard-Pro: Latest evolution with high quality Japanese components for best protection and efficiency
  • In-Game Weapons: Game Boost, GAMING Hotkey, X-Boost, WTFast
Height1.5 Inches
Length12 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateNovember 2017
Weight3.3 Pounds
Width9.6 Inches

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Found 4 comments on MSI Arsenal GAMING Intel 8th Gen LGA 1151 M.2 DVI HDMI USB 3.1 Gigabit LAN CFX ATX Motherboard (Z370 TOMAHAWK):

u/ex-orionis · 6 pointsr/buildapcsales

The price has been slowly dropping since early April and is currently at the lowest price ever on Amazon:

u/isurvivorz · 1 pointr/bapccanada
The Gigabyte Z370 Gaming 7 is still available (albeit very low stock from stores) for $280 on MemoryExpress, so better be quick, just write in the special request to have them ship from the store or contact their online sale manager for that request, they've done that before when online stock are out.


Otherwise the ASUS ROG Z370-E is also a good board with all the high end bells and whistles with pretty good power delivery and VRMs. But here's the thing, if you're going to OC, do it now, so many times I've seen people said "I want/plan to OC in the future" but they never end up doing it, they just chose to upgrade when they need the performance boost. So think about it, if you truly don't need to OC, go with a sub $200/$220 board and save a bit of money.


The Dell S2417DG monitor is sitting at an insane price right now for what it offers. I suggest you snatch it right away before it is gone.

Good luck on your build!

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

Motherboard | Asus - ROG STRIX Z370-E GAMING ATX LGA1151 Motherboard | $264.99 @ Memory Express
Monitor | Dell - S2417DG 23.8" 2560x1440 165 Hz Monitor | $499.99 @ Amazon Canada
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total | $764.98
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-11-25 22:50 EST-0500 |

So if you have put some thoughts into the OC situation I mentioned earlier, and decided to go with my advice, here are some good sub $220 boards you can go with.

MSI Z370-A Pro ($125 on NewEgg) is a very "all-you-need necessity" entry board, it has everything you need, and still allow for some light OC.

Gigabyte Z370XP SLI ($150 on Amazon) is a good entry board as well with a bit more bells and whistles when it comes to the back IO, although I've heard VRMs on the entry/lower end boards from Gigabyte for the Z370 chipets aren't exactly idea or the best for OC, so take your pick. It does have a good aesthetic appeal to it though.

MSI Z370 Tomahawk ($190 on Amazon). Ah, where do I start with this one? It's basically a go to board if you have no clue where to start. Lots of good recommendation for this one, great all-rounder board, decent OC as well, and it looks great, can't go wrong with this.

MSI Z370 KRAIT ($185 on Amazon). This is a great board, it is comparable to the Tomahawk in terms of bells and whistles, with the notable exception of the onboard audio chipset, this one has a newer, more updated audio chipset.

And last but not least, the big boy ASUS ROG Z370-H ($213 on PC-Canada). This board is basically the baby brother of the Z370-E I mentioned above, but with less power delivery phases, so less head room for OC, but still a good option.
u/Amadi15 · 1 pointr/bapccanada

Thanks allot man! I literally just missed Memory express, the store its in stock at is actually near my area so hopefully I can make it happen, I appreciate the tip! If not I will look into the other one your recommended.

This is the same monitor you recommended right? https://www.dell.com/en-ca/shop/dell-24-gaming-monitor-s2417dg/apd/210-AIZS/monitors-monitor-accessories

It seems to be even cheaper on the Dell site, I want to get the 27" version but I noticed there are a few differences, but would they preform the same? I don't think 144Hz to 165Hz would make a difference in the real world right? The bigger one also doesn't say "QHD" next to the resolution, does that mean anything?

Thanks for telling me that, I will make sure to OC sooner than later, your totally right, I'll probably never do it if I keep putting it off. haha

Edit: I just seen the edit! Thanks for the other options, I've been thinking about the MSI Z370 Tomahawk, but I will wait to see if I can call in tomorrow and get the gaming 7. It's not like I will be pushing everything to the limits so I don't really think I'll require a top of the line board.

u/justthetip751 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Is there a certain reason you wouldn’t buy an cooler? And would this be a better motherboard to run? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076CS5SYJ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_8nN-Bb2542DQ0