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I can guarantee this is not a true 9 phase power design. BS marketing.
On ASRocks product webpage for the Fatal1ty B450 GAMING-ITX/AC it shows 8 power phases so the 9 is either a misprint on Newegg's webpage or it was a misprint by ASRock and corrected on their product page. Nothing to do with BS marketing.
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This + R5 2400g + in-win Chopin + some 3200mhz memory + nvme drive.....mmmm
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Got this from Micorcenter for $70 and paired with a R5 1600, $80. Running at 3.8 with no issues, might bump it up to 4.0. RAM is running at 3200 without issue.

If you have a Micorcenter near you this board qualified for $30 off when bought with a Ryzen processor. If you don't have a processor currently it is worth considering.
Are those in-store only? On the Microcenter page it's listed for $115 w/ $30 off:

https://www.microcenter.com/produ...otherboard

If in-store only, is there a way to see them online?
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Are those in-store only? On the Microcenter page it's listed for $115 w/ $30 off:

https://www.microcenter.com/produ...otherboard

If in-store only, is there a way to see them online?
It was 99 before 30 off. Checked my receipt from a few weeks ago. 70 after 1600 cpu discount.
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Got this from Micorcenter for $70 and paired with a R5 1600, $80. Running at 3.8 with no issues, might bump it up to 4.0. RAM is running at 3200 without issue.

If you have a Micorcenter near you this board qualified for $30 off when bought with a Ryzen processor. If you don't have a processor currently it is worth considering.
Any way to fit a Ryzen with a low profile sink/fan (Noctua?) What's the lowest TDW Ryzen out there? The SFX PSU is 150W, so a 95-105W TDW APU might be as high as it will go. Case is an Antec ISK 300-150. Currently have an A10 w/ a low-profile Noctua sink/fan.
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Thanks I'm ordering this for my current new build. Stoked!
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Still BS marketing a there is no way they can do a true 8 phase VRM design for this price.
It's a non-true 6+2 phase design, (3*2)+2. It's going to handle any Ryzen 1000/2000 CPU, no problem. Just don't expect this to power the upcoming 12/16 core Ryzen 3000 CPUs.

"The VRM is in a 6+2 phase controlled by an Intersil ISL95712, it's in 3+2 phase mode and features two integrated drivers for the main 3 phase rail and one on the 2 phase rail. The SoC phases use two dual N-channel MOSFETs, and the VCore phases use one per phase. The Sinopower SM7341EHKP MOSFETs and high-power inductors should be solid for powering the new CPUs."

https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews...ndex3.html
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This or keeping my Strix X370-i?
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shit board + m2 slot on back
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Anyone that is interested in overclocking this board has "low end" VRMs also a tiny heat sink so it wouldn't be a good choice for that. https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp....tier_list/
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Anyone that is interested in overclocking this board has "low end" VRMs also a tiny heat sink so it wouldn't be a good choice for that. https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp....tier_list/ [google.com]
That chart says just about anything will handle a 2700x OC with enough air flow...

This is just about as bad as the chart that says "most" mobos cant handle 4.0ghz on all cores...

These are just taichi fan boys. I guess you may have a problem if you are 100% water and no case air flow.
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shit board + m2 slot on back
how many itx boards have them on the front?!
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Got it from Microcenter on sale for 99$ just a few weeks ago for our new HTPC. Solid board. I don't overclock so can't be of much help in that department. Paired it with 220GE, 8GB of the cheapest DDR4 I could find (2133) and a Sabrent NVME drive. Few caveats: m.2 slot is on the back of the motherboard and there's not much airflow down there so be prepared to experience 50-60c on your NVME when doing extensive writes (if anyone knows of an ultra, mega thin NVME heatsink that would fit between the motherboard tray and MOBO itself, hit me up). Second thing, included WIFI is horrendous on 2.4GHz (getting only 20-30mbps). It's a 1x1 module. Will try replacing it with a 2x2 module. 5GHz should work fine. Other than that, good buy.
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Any way to fit a Ryzen with a low profile sink/fan (Noctua?) What's the lowest TDW Ryzen out there? The SFX PSU is 150W, so a 95-105W TDW APU might be as high as it will go. Case is an Antec ISK 300-150. Currently have an A10 w/ a low-profile Noctua sink/fan.
I have this board with a Ryzen 1700 (65W TDP) and Noctua NH-L9a, which fit nicely inside a very tiny SilverStone SG05-LITE case (11 x 10 x 14 inches). I think I checked forums to find it cools ever-so-slightly better than the stock Wraith Spire heat sink (which is already well suited for the job, from what I understand). Spire is compact, but not short enough for this build. 65 watt TDP is the lowest of "bigger" Ryzen chips, there's a jump to 95 watt TDP if you get something "bigger" like the 2700. I don't know the TDP of their "smallest" Ryzen chips. My heat sink is specifically designed to fit AMD's AM4 configuration, -just a matter of the mounting arms being different. But I also know Noctua was (still?) sending out free adapters to retrofit certain versions of their heat sinks to fit current AM4.
BTW, I tried 3 different power supplies until I finally bought one small enough to work with everything else installed too. CORSAIR SF Series SF450 [gold] is on par with the smallest SFX PSU made (SilverStone ST45SF V3 [bronze] = same size and cheaper), and it worked for me. Seasonic FOCUS SGX-450 was too "deep" (front to back) in dimension.
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