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Decent B450M board for a good price as far as I can tell from doing some researching and price history. The only time that this deal was beaten was back in November when it was $5 cheaper.

$70 - $10 = $60 AR

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...gnorebbr=1
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I have this and do not recommend it if you plan to overclock. Half of the config items in BIOS don't work and VRMs are bottom of the barrel.

It is fine for those wanting to run at stock speeds, but make sure your ram is on the QVL if you want to use XMP.
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Good deal for a budget comp. I built my HTPC with this board paired with 2600x
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Solid choice for a micro-ATX AM4 mobo, but please check out the newly-released ASRock B450M Steel Legend for DisplayPort (iGPU 4K 60Hz) support, onboard 7.1 audio and better VRM for overclocking.

https://www.asrock.com/mb/compare.asp?SelectedModel=B450M+Pro4&SelectedModel=B450M+Steel+Legend
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Solid choice for a micro-ATX AM4 mobo, but please check out the newly-released ASRock B450M Steel Legend for DisplayPort (iGPU 4K 60Hz) support, onboard 7.1 audio and better VRM for overclocking.

https://www.asrock.com/mb/compare...eel+Legend
Nice to see a microATX board for AM4 with displayport, but unfortunate that the included HDMI is 1.4 instead of version 2.
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Nice to see a microATX board for AM4 with displayport, but unfortunate that the included HDMI is 1.4 instead of version 2.
DP is 1.2, not liking that either. Why release something new with 3-4 year old ports...
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Nice to see a microATX board for AM4 with displayport, but unfortunate that the included HDMI is 1.4 instead of version 2.
A DisplayPort to HDMI 2.0 adapter like https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=33125 is another option (it's not possible for Pro4 to do that).
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once you go b.....ig...you cant go micro..
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I'm a total noob at building a PC.. But I'm looking for something stable for my workspace and to pair it with an ultra wide 34 inch screen...
This motherboard appears to be solid and a good price. Any recommendations for a mini PC case to house this?
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once you go b.....ig...you cant go micro..
My ridiculously giant full ATX overkill builds are what finally drove me to micro ATX for my latest build.
Beware the finicky single-sided clamp on the RAM slots. Take special care to seat RAM correctly. This review I found is from a slighty different version mobo found on that same page. ...but the specific hardware concern holds true for that whole group of ASrock mobo's.

Stop using one-tabbed RAM slots, ASrock... (1/20/2019 2:08:10 AM) Pros: Once RAM is magically inserted properly (you won't know by any means other than successful POST), it works. Cons: One-sided (tabbed) RAM slots save what...five cents, per slot? Can this possibly lead to more profit than dealing with "DOA" boards?

They work! Just be certain you've got it seated right.
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I'm a total noob at building a PC.. But I'm looking for something stable for my workspace and to pair it with an ultra wide 34 inch screen...
This motherboard appears to be solid and a good price. Any recommendations for a mini PC case to house this?
If you do go with this motherboard for its video output, please be sure that you purchase an AMD processor with a built-in GPU, usually signified with the letter "g" at the end of the Ryzen lines (i.e. Ryzen 3 2200g)
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I'm a total noob at building a PC.. But I'm looking for something stable for my workspace and to pair it with an ultra wide 34 inch screen...
This motherboard appears to be solid and a good price. Any recommendations for a mini PC case to house this?
https://m.newegg.com/products/11-139-068
$37.99 and free shipping for the Corsair Carbide 88R Micro ATX case using today's email promo code (EMCTVUU27) and a $10 mail in rebate.

https://www.amazon.com/Thermaltak...0797GHT9F/
If you'd prefer no window on a case, Thermaltake Versa H17 is is around $30 on Amazon.
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I'm a total noob at building a PC.. But I'm looking for something stable for my workspace and to pair it with an ultra wide 34 inch screen...
This motherboard appears to be solid and a good price. Any recommendations for a mini PC case to house this?
In Win 301, Raijintek Styx and Silverstone SG11B are some of the very small microATX cases. There are usually some limitations on small cases so please check the reviews before making the decision.

I love my Styx personally while due to its design, an oversized PSU may block non-mini graphics card from being installed. Less issue for ASRock as PCIe x16 occupies the 2nd slot instead of the 1st on MSI mobos.
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So M2_2 is disabled if sata is used, but I don't see SATA headers?
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If you do go with this motherboard for its video output, please be sure that you purchase an AMD processor with a built-in GPU, usually signified with the letter "g" at the end of the Ryzen lines (i.e. Ryzen 3 2200g)
I was considering this deal...
https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/12802597

You think this would be adequate?

Thank you and the others for your input!
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I was considering this deal...
https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/12802597

You think this would be adequate?

Thank you and the others for your input!
This is not considered an APU because it does not contain a GPU. See here:
https://www.amd.com/en/ryzen-7

Scroll all the way down, you can see that for the Ryzen 7 1700, it says "Graphics Model: Discrete Graphics Card Required" meaning that you'd have to get a separate graphics card for video output, which won't use the motherboard's video output.
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