Motherboard for gaming

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I have an Asus B75M-A currently for my 3.4ghz i5 3570 with a 760gtx card.

I have been told my motherboard may be a bit weak so I was wondering if anyone could expand on that as I may upgrade it.
Motherboards don't really matter when it comes to gaming for the most part. They mostly matter when it comes to things like voltage regulation, overclocking ability, SLI/Crossfire capability, and RAM speeds. However, if you are thinking about upgrading, I would suggest getting a mobo with the z77 chipset, so you can have options of possible future upgrades, like adding more RAM or even a 2nd GPU.

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