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is there any ryzen boards with more than 6 usb ports?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

im curious i got alot of ryzen 1600s 7 of them to be exact and ive noticed all the ryzen boards have 6 usb ports on the back within the 50-200 pounds mark. isnt there a board with 8 or more? im constantly running out of usb ports. i literally had to resort to usb over lan the other day which sucked.

i wanna build these to try and perfect a build i can replicate and sell via ebay or amazon. oh and also cure some late night boredem.


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b450m steel legends or just use a powered hub. most devices don't need all the bandwidth.


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You probably wont make much money at consumer pricing for selling prebuilts, just a word of wisdom.

 

The prime X470-pro has 8, and is quite cheap now atleast in the US.


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I'm not sure what the availability and pricing is like in other countries, but X470 and X570 motherboards seem to have about 7 to 8.

If you have available PCIe slots, you can also get a PCIe to USB 3.0 card.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, SenKa said:

You probably wont make much money at consumer pricing for selling prebuilts, just a word of wisdom.

 

The prime X470-pro has 8, and is quite cheap now atleast in the US.

its not about making money tbh, breaking even is good enough untill i can find some where local to handle cnc and welding i'll go back to custom cased pcs, i did a aluminum open air case shaped like a reference 980ti once that was one i regretted selling but sadly slough trading estate doesnt have any metal workers of that kind anymore.


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channel 2 Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4 3000MHz 2x4GB

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, Zagna said:

Use something like USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 brackets?

see i would do this but those are awful for cable management and finding a black pcb with a black pci bracket is so annoying .


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Motherboard

Asrock A320M

CPU 

Ryzen 5 2600X 

GPU/s

2x MSI RX580 Gaming X 8GB

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channel 1 Corsair Vengence LPX  DDR4 2133MHz 2x4GB

channel 2 Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4 3000MHz 2x4GB

Cooler

AMD Wraith Max RGB Cooler

Case

CiT Seven

Storage Internal Only.

SSD  Crucial BX500 120GB

HDD Segate ST2000L 2TB

Monitor/s         

LG UltraWide 25UM58

Acer XZ350CU 35" 21:9 Ultrawide

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Logitech 203 Prodigy Wired

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Logitech 213 Prodigy Wired

 

 

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, SenKa said:

You probably wont make much money at consumer pricing for selling prebuilts, just a word of wisdom.

 

The prime X470-pro has 8, and is quite cheap now atleast in the US.

i like this board but too much white :P im like cody rhodes in that respect


specs in spoiler.

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Motherboard

Asrock A320M

CPU 

Ryzen 5 2600X 

GPU/s

2x MSI RX580 Gaming X 8GB

RAM

channel 1 Corsair Vengence LPX  DDR4 2133MHz 2x4GB

channel 2 Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4 3000MHz 2x4GB

Cooler

AMD Wraith Max RGB Cooler

Case

CiT Seven

Storage Internal Only.

SSD  Crucial BX500 120GB

HDD Segate ST2000L 2TB

Monitor/s         

LG UltraWide 25UM58

Acer XZ350CU 35" 21:9 Ultrawide

LG UltraWide 25UM58

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Logitech 203 Prodigy Wired

Keyboard

Logitech 213 Prodigy Wired

 

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Ryzenuser19 said:

i like this board but too much white :P im like cody rhodes in that respect

It's not about what you like but what your customers might like..... to purchase from you.

Perhaps ask around who like what for colors. RGB is a huge deal for some reason. That would be a better focus over the color of the board. And speaking of that, the white would reflect them RGB colors. It might actually be a good choice in that aspect!


 

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46 minutes ago, ShrimpBrime said:

It's not about what you like but what your customers might like..... to purchase from you.

Perhaps ask around who like what for colors. RGB is a huge deal for some reason. That would be a better focus over the color of the board. And speaking of that, the white would reflect them RGB colors. It might actually be a good choice in that aspect!

yeah im selling to people who think just because im "computer technix i can trace people abroad online" actual phrasing here i can track people in Jamaica hiding from the met feds in north london lmfao. i mean less be honest a plain black box with some sp120s is going to impress the coked up idiots in my town lmfao. but needless to say im about donate a couple to a friend overt the road whos literally woke up this morning to find hes been burgled so i think a couple 1080p power houses will see his boys right now their xbox is gone. fucked up that people are stealing with this lockdown bs. but my problem is that im not looking to spend alot and fuctionality is key. tbh i might just grab a few b450m boards for 58 quid each. chuck in a areocool integrator and a buy a bunch of cit sauron cases, theyre actualy quite nice once you attach the back pannel with hinges and magnets rather than the sliding method makes it so much easier to get it on.


specs in spoiler.

Spoiler

 

Motherboard

Asrock A320M

CPU 

Ryzen 5 2600X 

GPU/s

2x MSI RX580 Gaming X 8GB

RAM

channel 1 Corsair Vengence LPX  DDR4 2133MHz 2x4GB

channel 2 Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4 3000MHz 2x4GB

Cooler

AMD Wraith Max RGB Cooler

Case

CiT Seven

Storage Internal Only.

SSD  Crucial BX500 120GB

HDD Segate ST2000L 2TB

Monitor/s         

LG UltraWide 25UM58

Acer XZ350CU 35" 21:9 Ultrawide

LG UltraWide 25UM58

Mouse

Logitech 203 Prodigy Wired

Keyboard

Logitech 213 Prodigy Wired

 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Ryzenuser19 said:

yeah im selling to people who think just because im "computer technix i can trace people abroad online" actual phrasing here i can track people in Jamaica hiding from the met feds in north london lmfao. i mean less be honest a plain black box with some sp120s is going to impress the coked up idiots in my town lmfao. but needless to say im about donate a couple to a friend overt the road whos literally woke up this morning to find hes been burgled so i think a couple 1080p power houses will see his boys right now their xbox is gone. fucked up that people are stealing with this lockdown bs. but my problem is that im not looking to spend alot and fuctionality is key. tbh i might just grab a few b450m boards for 58 quid each. chuck in a areocool integrator and a buy a bunch of cit sauron cases, theyre actualy quite nice once you attach the back pannel with hinges and magnets rather than the sliding method makes it so much easier to get it on.

Well that is a different story from what you started with! XD

You wanted 8 USB ports and perfect a build for sale. 

But it's nice to see you are making a donation to those who need the help. That's very good. 

 

Yep, build them cheap. You could even to Athlon 220G or Ryzen 2200G with the integrated graphics to keep costs down for your donations to people. The PC will function and play most games well enough to be enjoyable for kids. Stuff like BrickRigs or Roblox would be no issue.


 

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