Originally Posted by freestyler105
Exactly. Foxconn and Biostar aren't exactly known for their quality. Look more for Asus, Abit, or Gigabyte.
I have a foxconn and its perfectly fine , in fact foxconn make intel motherboards for intel so they cant be that bad if intel decide to let them make motherboards for them
anyhow thats irrelevant now
I agree that getting a high end processor and putting it in a budget motherboard may not be the best idea yet but unless you plan on overclocking or doing anything seriously intensive i personaly dont see any issues as long as the motherboard states that it supports the processor you plan to buy