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ASUS TUF Gaming B450M-PRO S AMD AM4 (3rd Gen Ryzen Micro ATX Gaming Motherboard (8+2 Power Stages, $77.99

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ASUS TUF Gaming B450M-PRO S AMD AM4 (3rd Gen Ryzen Micro ATX Gaming Motherboard (8+2 Power Stages, 2.5Gb LAN, BIOS Flashback, AI Noise-Canceling Mic, USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A and Type-C, Aura Sync RGB)
AMD AM4 Socket: The perfect pairing for 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen CPUs
Robust Power Design: 8+2 DrMOS power stages with high-quality alloy chokes and durable capacitors, 8-pin ProCool CPU power connector to provide reliable power for the last AMD high-count-core CPUs
Optimized Thermal Solution: Fanless VRM,PCH and M.2 heatsink, multiple hybrid fan headers and fan speed management with Fan Xpert 2+ or the UEFI Q-Fan Control utility
High-performance Gaming Networking: 2.5 Gb LAN with ASUS LANGuard
Best Gaming Connectivity: Supports HDMI2.0b ( 4K@60HZ) and DisplayPort 1.2 output, featuring dual M.2 slots (NVMe SSD), USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C & Type-A ports
Industry-leading Gaming Audio & AI Noise Cancelling Mic Technology: High fidelity audio from a SupremeFX S1220A codec with DTS Sound Unbound and Sonic Studio III draws you deeper into the action. Communicate clearly with ASUS AI Noise Cancelling Mic technology
Gaming Look and Feel: ASUS-exclusive Aura Sync RGB lighting, including 2 RGB headers
Please ensure your BIOS is up to date if installing a compatible Ryzen 5000 series CPU. Visit ASUS site search by motherboard model name, click on "Support" tab, Drivers and Tools, then BIOS & Firmware to download the latest BIOS.

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Yeah, but what's the nits? 🤔🤭😂
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no gpu who needs a freaking pc for haha
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No PCIe4
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Bought this yesterday. Specs look good for a midrange system. According to a review there is only two fan headers so it may be smart to pick up a splitter cable. I'm either gonna run a r5-3600 or a r3-3300x depending on what monitor and Gpu combo I decide to use (either 2070 Super or a 1650 super). If anyone wants me to update this once it arrives I have no problem doing so.
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No PCIe4
*quick edit-I am responding to the original comment that had stated this wasn't worth the money in 2021..I'm not just being a jerk Smilie
How do you figure? All pcie gen 4 allows is a gen 4 nvme drive. Which at this price bracket I doubt that costly of a drive will be considered as either an OS drive or a mass storage drive. All current pcie gen4 gpu's run at there same spec using gen 3 as well, so your not losing any compatibility at all…
I mean for $78 you get support for gen 2 to current Ryzen CPU's. With good heatsinks and power delivery. Honestly this seems to be a solid deal. I haven't had a chance to test out the board personally yet, but I would be completely comfortable running a 5800x/5900x on this with pbo on.
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Quote from ryanlcarpenter :
Bought this yesterday. Specs look good for a midrange system. According to a review there is only two fan headers so it may be smart to pick up a splitter cable. I'm either gonna run a r5-3600 or a r3-3300x depending on what monitor and Gpu combo I decide to use (either 2070 Super or a 1650 super). If anyone wants me to update this once it arrives I have no problem doing so.
Pictures make it seem like 4 fan headers. My gigabyte ds3h only has two though so maybe the same
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Pictures make it seem like 4 fan headers. My gigabyte ds3h only has two though so maybe the same
I'm assuming the cpu cooler and aio pump header were not being counted by the guy who had wrote the review. I checked out what the first 5/10 reviews on pcpartpicker had to say and that was really the only thing that popped out as a build pausing issue.
My last mini itx build had one damn header and I was very thankful I had a 1 to 4 splitter on hand
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I'm assuming the cpu cooler and aio pump header were not being counted by the guy who had wrote the review. I checked out what the first 5/10 reviews on pcpartpicker had to say and that was really the only thing that popped out as a build pausing issue.
My last mini itx build had one damn header and I was very thankful I had a 1 to 4 splitter on hand
Ah that makes sense. Yeah in my case it was only 1 case fan and 1 cpu :| made it work though
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Have this on a secondary system. Make sure you update the BIOS to the latest or risk becoming a victim of the dreaded USB ports cutting out that started happening on some of the 450/550/650s. My system became damn near unusable until the BIOS that came out a few weeks back finally fixed it after about 5-6 mos of issues (hence why I built another system). Beautiful and rock solid little mobo otherwise. Very OC friendly and no notable flex.
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Not advertised much, but, sure seems to support Ryzen 5000 and has BIOS flashback.

https://www.asus.com/Motherboards...pDesk_CPU/
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Something very funny about cobbled systems I always get a good chuckle out of somebody who has a $1500 graphics card plugged into an $80 motherboard lol
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will this work with a 5950x? i mean vrm wise
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will this work with a 5950x? i mean vrm wise
$800 CPU with an entry level $80 motherboard. Not the best idea. This board doesn't have a true 8-phase VRM. It's a 4-phase design with doublers.
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will this work with a 5950x? i mean vrm wise
This board will support a 5950x just fine as long as you don't plan to overclock.
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