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Desktop Motherboard

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Hello,

 
 
I am looking for Motherboard which supports following features:
 
1) DDR4 RAM 16GB
 
2)  Frequency: 2400MHz
 
3) 1 TB SSD
 
4) 1 TB SSHD
 
5) OS: Windows 10
 
6)  Should support minimum 2 Monitors with 24" Display each.
 
7) Processor: Intel Core i7
 
😎 Chipset: Intel 200 Series
 
I would be using for Coding and High end gaming purpose, so while suggesting the model please specify any Graphic cards are required other than on board graphics.
 
 
Also, please specify the model along with cost.
 
Waiting for your kind reply.
 
 
 
Regards,
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@Amtronics,

I have asked the Moderator to forward this to the Enterprise (Commercial Div).

You should have a PM (Private Mail) in your box, likely 48 hrs.

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