[SOLVED] What is the difference between these two motherboads?

TheNewbie6

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The one with the M suffix is micro ATX...smaller size. Should fit in any ATX case. Typically cheaper. Perfectly fine for most users if it has the features you need.

The other is full size ATX. May not fit in some cases.

Probably some other differences you could wade through on the spec sheets at Gigabyte web site.......stuff like number of NVME ports, audio codec, wireless capability, number and type of USB ports, VRM, etc. Might be significant to you. Might not.
 
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Lafong

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The one with the M suffix is micro ATX...smaller size. Should fit in any ATX case. Typically cheaper. Perfectly fine for most users if it has the features you need.

The other is full size ATX. May not fit in some cases.

Probably some other differences you could wade through on the spec sheets at Gigabyte web site.......stuff like number of NVME ports, audio codec, wireless capability, number and type of USB ports, VRM, etc. Might be significant to you. Might not.
 
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TheNewbie6

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The one with the M suffix is micro ATX...smaller size. Should fit in any ATX case. Typically cheaper. Perfectly fine for most users if it has the features you need.

The other is full size ATX. May not fit in some cases.

Probably some other differences you could wade through on the spec sheets at Gigabyte web site.......stuff like number of NVME ports, audio codec, wireless capability, number and type of USB ports, VRM, etc. Might be significant to you. Might not.
OK thx for your reply. That really helped me out making up my mind
 

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