Newegg’s 2017 Cyber Monday Intel Motherboard deals! The unsung hero (heroine?) of every PC: The motherboard! A good motherboard is the difference between a PC that lasts for 5-7 years, and another that you get rid of after 1-2 years. Please make sure that you pick your motherboard AFTER the CPU, and the not the other way around! This list is for Intel motherboards. Coffee Lake and Kaby Lake CPUs are not interchangeable, so check CPU compatibility before purchase.
Please note: The best deals are dependent on rebates. Such rebates are reliable, but only if you follow the instructions exactly and submit everything on time, so better be careful!
ASUS ROG MAXIMUS VIII HERO. $100 after $50 rebate (normal price: $200 – A discount of $100 or 50%).
Only natively 6th-gen-Intel-compatible, but with a discount like this it would be perfect for builders who wait a generation or two to get low newly-vintage upgrade prices.
GIGABYTE GA-B250-HD3. $55 (normal price: $95 – A discount of $40 or 42%).
One of the cheapest good mobos on sale!
GIGABYTE GA-Z270XP-SLI. $80 after $25 rebate (normal price: $140 – A discount of $60 or 43%).
For those of you who like dark, dark-colored parts—and want to build a 6th or 7th gen Intel CPU computer.
ASRock Z270 KILLER. $90 after $30 rebate (normal price: $150 – A discount of $60 or 40%).
This board’s a Killer—provided your definition of Killer is a solidly discounted Kaby Lake motherboard (with Killer in its name).
MSI Z270 SLI PLUS. $90 after $30 rebate (normal price: $150 – A discount of $60 or 40%).
Downright beautiful motherboard for black-and-white Kaby Lake builds.
ASUS PRIME Z270-A. $100 after $35 rebate (normal price: $160 – A discount of $60 or 38%).
Nearly 40% off including rebate on a well-known Prime motherboard, and it is indeed prime.
ASRock Z270 Extreme 4. $105 after $30 rebate (normal price: $165 – A discount of $60 or 36%).
Not quite as EXTREME as the Coffee Lake EXTREME board listed above, but still Kaby Lake-capable and noticeably EXTREME times 4.
MSI Z270 GAMING M5. $115 after $40 rebate (normal price: $200 – A discount of $85 or 43%).
A friend of mine told me this motherboard is called the M5 because it’s short for MI5, the UK Security Service that employs James Bond. If he’s right, this is definitely a spy motherboard.
MSI Z270 GAMING PRO CARBON. $120 after $30 rebate (normal price: $175 – A discount of $55 or 31%).
You can always tell a good motherboard by the fact that they put PRO in the name (not really, but the deal is pretty sweet).
ASRock Fatal1ty Z270 Gaming K6. $120 after $20 rebate (normal price: $180 – A discount of $60 or 33%).
An intensely red Kaby Lake motherboard with all the bells and whistles.
MSI Z270 GAMING M6. $140 after $40 rebate (normal price: $210 – A discount of $70 or 33%).
I bet everyone is going closely scrutinize the descriptions for each and every one of these motherboards. Well, they will find that this motherboard was not well-described. Life is not fair, and neither are we.
ASRock Z270 TAICHI. $150 after $30 rebate (normal price: $220 – A discount of $70 or 32%).
Capable Kaby Lake motherboarding, now with a big graphic of a gear and at a lower price!
MSI Z270 MPOWER GAMING TITANIUM. $200 after $40 rebate (normal price: $270 – A discount of $70 or 26%).
They extracted Wolverine’s claws to make this motherboard.
GIGABYTE Z370 Gaming 5. $150 after $20 rebate (normal price: $200 – A discount of $50 or 25%).
A very sweet deal on a decent Coffee-Lake-CPU-supporting mobo. Now, where are those Coffee Lake CPUs?
GIGABYTE Z370 AORUS Gaming 7. $180 after $20 rebate (normal price: $250 – A discount of $70 or 28%).
High-end, 8th-gen Intel compatible motherboarding at a significantly reduced price.
GIGABYTE Z370 Ultra Gaming. $120 after $20 rebate (normal price: $170 – A discount of $50 or 29%).
A good option for those who want to build a PC around the mid-tier Coffee Lake CPUs (i5s)
ASRock Z370 Extreme4. $125 after $20 rebate (normal price: $175 – A discount of $50 or 29%).
Not merely good, or fanatical, or even hardcore, but downright EXTREME! And EXTREME4, which is four times more EXTREME than usual.
ASRock Z370 Killer. $120 after $10 rebate (normal price: $160 – A discount of $40 or 25%).
Wanted by the FBI and CIA for ending the lives of so many digital citizens. This motherboard is an evil fiend!
ASUS TUF Z370 Pro Gaming. $130 (normal price: $160 – A discount of $30 or 19%).
You can carry this motherboard as a shield in battle, because it is tuf. (Editor’s note: We allowed this joke through, so that you can warn your friends about how lame people can be when describing motherboards.)
MSI Z370-A PRO. $100 after $10 rebate (normal price: $120 – A discount of $20 or 17%).
This motherboard is “pro”. Pro-what? We do not know. Pro-happiness, probably.
ASRock X299 Killer SLI. $160 after $30 rebate (normal price: $230 – A discount of $70 or 30%).
Wanted in 12 countries across 3 different continents.
GIGABYTE AORUS X299 AORUS Gaming 3. $180 after $40 rebate (normal price: $280 – A discount of $100 or 36%).
Pretty large discount on this motherboard. Now you can save quite a bit on your high-end PC!
ASRock X299. $200 after $50 rebate (normal price: $300 – A discount of $100 or 33%).
A big rebate and a big discount turns this pricey, high-end motherboard into a somewhat-pricey, high-end motherboard.
MSI X299 GAMING PRO CARBON. $290 after $40 rebate (normal price: $350 – A discount of $60 or 17%).
This pricey mobo will (not) guarantee a huge improvement in your gaming skills. Now you can shoot/kill/jump so much better than your opponents!
We have split up the 2017 Cyber Monday Newegg deals into sections (because the full list of deals was so awesome that the website refused to load them all on one page)
Combos – CPUs and motherboards with an even bigger discount!
CPUs – Your data gets processed here
Heatsinks – Staying cool under pressure
Intel Motherboards – What does a motherboard do, anyway?
AMD Motherboards – What does a motherboard NOT do?
Graphics Cards – So few left after Black Friday!
Cases – A big set of cool cases
Power Supplies – Why can’t I hold all this power?
SSDs – Faster booting and loading
Peripherals and Extras – Keyboards, mouses, and extras. Yes, mouses.
If you’re building or upgrading a PC and want to know the best parts for your budget, check out our recommended builds at logicalincrements.com.
We recommend parts for general gaming, playing specific games, as well as video editing, streaming, VR, and other tasks.
A common practice when it comes to these major sales is to increase the “original” price before applying the discount, so that buyers think that they are getting a bigger discount. We always try to point out the true original price whenever the official original price is very far from reality.
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