Every CPU sort has a particular Socket, that has a name such as 2066, LGA1200, AM4, TR4, and so forth, and the Motherboard will need the very same socket to be compatible with the CPU. It has 10GB of GDDR6X reminiscence, can increase to 1710MHz or so, and might even do some 4K gaming if you do not mind seeing sub-three-digit body charges. M.2 PCIe NVMe drives are the fastest with SATA M.2 and a couple of.5-inch drives coming in second. 3.5-inch drives come in final for speed but are essentially the most reasonably priced, particularly at larger capacities. Standoffs are the screws which are put in on the motherboard backplate, which then permits the motherboard to rest atop them and for screws to secure the board.