[SOLVED] Choosing motherboard for 9700k

Fadealy

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Jul 26, 2017
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Hello everyone!
I got the opportunity to upgrade the motherboard and RAM, at the moment my setup
i7-9700k (now oc 4.7ghz 1.25v)
gtx 1080 palit super jetstream
z 370 aorus gaming 3
ram - transcend jetram 2x8gb (stock 2666 1.2v 19-19-19-19-39) (oc it to 3000 1.35v 15-18-18-35)
PSU Gigabyte G750H
Cooler Phanteks ph-tc14pe
and i will buy new RAM as i sad before to HyperX Predator (2666 2x8gb)(This is the cheapest option ($ 93.3)
The main question arose. What motherboard to buy? (budget is limited as is the choice in my store and country)
  1. GIGABYTE Z390UD ($ 126)
  2. MSI MPG Z390 GAMING EDGE AC (200$)
  3. GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS ELITE (218$)
From what I looked on the Internet among reviews, articles, etc., these are the best choices.
Why do I need it? I want a stable motherboard for overclocking the CPU to 5.0 GHz, and memory as much as possible (I also looked at the hyper x predator reviews that I want to take, it takes 3400+ MHz).
Will z390ud be enough for me? Or buy another? Is there an overpayment for option 2 or 3?
P.S. I really hope for your help
P.S.S. I apologize for my English, I translate it as I could) that I can take, because the rest for this price is like my current RAM)

P.S.S.S. List of other motherboards that my budget can pull
GIGABYTE Z390 D - 121
GIGABYTE GA Z390 M - 124
ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 4 - 129
ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 4S - 129
ASRock Z390M Pro4 - 142
ASRock Z390 Pro4 - 147
ASUS PRIME Z390M-PLUS - 158
GIGABYTE GA-Z390 M Gaming - 163
ASUS Prime Z390-P - 173
ASUS TUF Z390-PLUS GAMING - 195
ASUS TUF Z390M-PRO GAMING - 196
Price in $
 

Lutfij

Titan
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You're actually fine with what you've got. Why do you need to up the chipset on the system? You're also fine with the ram you've got. In fact I'd ask you to change the PSU to something more...reliable.

Where are you located, btw?
 

Fadealy

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Jul 26, 2017
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You're actually fine with what you've got. Why do you need to up the chipset on the system? You're also fine with the ram you've got. In fact I'd ask you to change the PSU to something more...reliable.

Where are you located, btw?
Kazakhstan
 

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