After the release of the i7 9700k, you might wonder what the best Motherboard for i9 is 10900k and how to choose a good motherboard. Technically, i9 10900k is not more powerful than i7 9700k, but it has a higher clock speed and enormous L3 cache.

We should start this topic by saying that the best Motherboard for i9 10900k is not set to be one board but depends on your needs and preferences. But here are some boards which you might like:

  • GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS MASTER (best high-end chipset)
  • GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO
  • ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO (best high-end chipset)
  • MSI MEG Z390 GODLIKE (best extreme chipset)
  • GIGABYTE X299 AORUS MASTER (excellent overclocking performance, best powerful chipset)

GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS MASTER

8th Gen Intel Core processor powers this product. It comes with extra features that are useful for gaming and creator pro workstation PCs. With this board, you can enjoy fast frame rates, low latency times, higher clock speeds, optimized production workflow, and 4K / 5K content ready to run. Being an mATX form factor motherboard, it might be a bit bulky in some cases, but on the other hand, it has lots of features.

GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO

GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS PRO This Motherboard comes with Gigabyte’s exclusive high-end audio. It is also pretty good for overclocking and has support for memory modules up to DDR4 4000 MHz. With available U2 connectors, you can install an optional front panel USB 3.0 type c module that supports a fast 10 Gbps data transfer rate while featuring absolute compatibility with all USB devices.

ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO

ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO Black gaming motherboard with Aura Sync RGB lighting, DDR4 4400 MHz support, dual M.2 slots, 802.11ac wifi, and Intel Optane Memory compatibility, What more could you ask? Well, it’s about time to mention some disadvantages of this Motherboard: The first one is a lack of power connectors for overclocking. There’s also no built-in wireless connectivity, something that you’ll have to purchase as an additional accessory.

MSI MEG Z390 GODLIKE

MSI MEG Z390 GODLIKE This Motherboard features Military Class V components, DDR4 4400 MHz support, Intel Optane Memory compatibility, and triple Turbo M.2 with Steel Armor technology speeds up data transfer rates even more. In addition, it has some excellent aesthetic design and RGB LED lighting effects on top of all this! Overall it is a high-quality board, but keep in mind that it might be a bit pricey due to its superior quality and unique design. Also, don’t forget about the LGA1151v2 socket type, which means that this board is only compatible with 9th and 10th generation processors.

GIGABYTE X299 AORUS MASTER

GIGABYTE X299 AORUS MASTER This Motherboard comes with many USB 3.1 ports, Intel Optane Memory compatibility, and triple Turbo M.2 slots, which improve data transfer rates by up to six times compared to regular SATA III connections! It also has excellent aesthetics design and RGB LED lighting effects on top of everything too!  The main problem about it is the price – it’s a bit pricey due to its superior quality and exclusive features and might be hard to fit in most builds without raising the cost of the whole PC build. As we mentioned earlier, there are not necessarily the best boards for i9 10900k, and you should choose the one that is right for you, depending on your needs. 

The best cooler for the Motherboard of i9 10900k.

If you’re overclocking 8700k/8700/7700K or any other K series CPU, you probably already know how bad their stock coolers are. Even if they are better in terms of noise than AMD stock coolers, most people still replace them with aftermarket solutions due to their loud noise levels and not efficient cooling performance.

As most people don’t want to give up silence while having decent temperatures during gaming sessions, water-cooling seems the best solution. However, it may be expensive, especially if you go all out with custom loops having filled with hard-to-find components! That’s why AIO (All-in-one) water coolers are the best choice for i9 10900k overclocking.

So, let’s list some of the AIOs you should consider purchasing with i9 10900K:

1. NZXT Kraken X62 cooler

NZXT Kraken X62 This cooler has similar specs to Swiftech H240 X2 Prestige, both support up to 500-2000 RPM fans with a maximum 24 dB noise level. The main advantage of NZXT Kraken is that it is compatible with NZXT CAM software, which allows you to change LED effects, monitor temperature levels, and control fan speeds on the screen without installing any additional software.

If you’re going to use it with i9 10900K overclocking, you should also keep in mind that it features a 240mm radiator and supports up to 35 dB of noise! That might be a bit too loud for most people, especially if you want to use it while gaming or listening to music.

2. AIO from Swiftech cooler

In contrast, AIO from Swiftech is compatible with Predator software, allowing you to change LED lighting effects from a predefined list or create your own using Predator SDK. NZXT Kraken software doesn’t allow such customization options, but this is not a big problem since most gamers don’t want to spend much time tinkering with lights.

3. Corsair H100x / H115i cooler

This model is an older version of the AIO cooler from Corsair, but still, it’s a pretty decent cooler with max fan speed around 1500 RPM at 25 dB noise level. It supports both i7 and i5 series processors, which are not overclocking-friendly due to their low multiplier values compared to K models, so if you’re planning on using i5 9600Kor 8600K overclocking, this could be a good solution for you due to its price tag.

It features a 240mm radiator with a copper base, so keep in mind that you’ll have to clear space for it, especially if your PC case doesn’t have much free space inside (which is probably the case). Overall it’s not the best cooler for i9 10700K, but still, it is a decent solution if you want to save some money buying a budget cooler.

This is the weakest AIO cooler of the two previously mentioned options. It has a 140mm radiator with a copper base, which means cooling performance will be far worse than 240mm solutions. Also, keep in mind that noise levels are around 37 dB which may raise some concerns, especially since fan speeds are not controllable on-screen. The Corsair H150i series is based on the Asetek Gen5 pump, with lower power consumption than the Gen4 pumps used in other models.

That’s why if you’re concerned about your PC power consumption and don’t overclock the CPU too much, Corsair H150i Pro will be a better solution since it uses less power.

Tip about cooler

Finally, AIOs from NZXT and Swiftech is compatible with Corsair iCUE software, which allows you to monitor temperature levels and control fan speeds. Moreover, Corsair AIOs support the company’s LINK system, which enables you to check fan speeds, voltages, or pump RPM on a screen which is very handy when overclocking CPU intensively.

As you can see, there are some perfect options when it comes to i9 10900K cooling especially considering how cheap these coolers are! Your choice will most likely depend on your PC case size, so choose the cooler that fits your PC case dimensions best to avoid installation issues in the future. Generally speaking, if your PC case is big enough, there’s no reason not to choose 240mm AIO since they offer much better cooling performance than smaller radiators.

As for noise levels, I recommend Swiftech H240 X2 Prestige or Corsair H150i Pro if you don’t want to overclock i9 10900K and NZXT Kraken X62, which also features very similar specs like Swiftech but has CAM software that allows controlling fan speed on the screen.

Conclusion

If you’re searching for the best Motherboard for i9 10900k, we have great news for you! There are many high-quality motherboards, so it won’t be an easy choice, especially if this is your first time buying a computer. To make this choice a bit easier, we have tested and reviewed some of the best motherboards for i9 10900k, which are explained above. All of them are good, but there’s one that stands out from the crowd – Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Pro wifi offers everything you could need from a motherboard for overclocking i9 10900k.

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