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Johny Depth

For a budget motherboard, which one is the best?

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5 minutes ago, storm05 said:

what is youre budget

I have a very tight budget of $80-90 for the board, I'm setting this up for my work from home PC.

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I have the Gigabyte board and it's great, highly recommend it.


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I prefer MSI mobo's.
Never had an issue with any of the 8 that I have owned.
I'm currently using the Z270 Pro gaming carbon, Z390A-Pro, and I'm still using a Z97M-G43 in my everyday PC.


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13 hours ago, Johny Depth said:

I'd choose gigabyte b450M DS3H. The price is equivalent to 70 usd in my region (similar to those A320 mobo) and pretty much everyone buy it for low budget amd build. It's got 4 dRAM slots compared to 2 in those A320 mobo, leaving you more memory upgrade path. Moreover, with amd cpu /apu, you might be interested in slight overclocking to get a bit better performance which you cannot do with A320 boards.

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13 hours ago, storm05 said:

personaly i whud go for the msi 

Why would you recommend a board with what looks like 25A crappy mos's?

 

23 minutes ago, bondoao1 said:

Never had an issue with any of the 8

Brand isn't quality. 

 

12 hours ago, Johny Depth said:

need a deciding vote.

What's your budget ? And what are you pairing it with ? The s2h is leagues better. But I would look at the b450 pro 4 and the pro vdh max and the a pro max ( NON M).


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On 7/10/2020 at 8:21 PM, Johny Depth said:

I have a very tight budget of $80-90 for the board, I'm setting this up for my work from home PC.

That should be enough to at least get a B450, if not maybe even a B550 (not sure if the cheaper ones have become widely available yet). Going A320 for a new build would just be a total mistake in every way. Even if you did have to throw $10-$20 more at it, it would still be worth it in the long run. There's budget and then there's crap. Crap is always cheaper, but that's because it's crap.

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On 7/12/2020 at 10:30 AM, Chris Pratt said:

That should be enough to at least get a B450, if not maybe even a B550 (not sure if the cheaper ones have become widely available yet). Going A320 for a new build would just be a total mistake in every way. Even if you did have to throw $10-$20 more at it, it would still be worth it in the long run. There's budget and then there's crap. Crap is always cheaper, but that's because it's crap.

he should spend 20$ more and buy the msi b450 tomahawk max. That's the most popular and one of the best midrange amd board. he can put a ryzen 7 in it if he wants in the future.

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