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What motherboard should I buy that is compatible with this

I have a ryzen 5 2600, What motherboard should I buy to pair this with? anyone have any suggestions that will be great. 

It can be more that one suggestions as well either Future proof ones or just something.

 

All the help is appreciated thank you!

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A b450 board would be good with that processor. Depending on your budget there are many options. I would recommend the ASrock B450(M) Pro4 or the MSI B450 Tomahawk (Max).

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1 minute ago, Coolmaster said:

A b450 board would be good with that processor. Depending on your budget there are many options. I would recommend the ASrock B450(M) Pro4 or the MSI B450 Tomahawk (Max).

Thank you for your suggestions but lets say I upgrade my CPU in the coming months. Would that mean I have to change my motherboard to like a B550 as well because of new gen processor?

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2 minutes ago, Coolmaster said:

A b450 board would be good with that processor. Depending on your budget there are many options. I would recommend the ASrock B450(M) Pro4 or the MSI B450 Tomahawk (Max).

budget would be around 100

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1 minute ago, JingleSnow said:

Thank you for your suggestions but lets say I upgrade my CPU in the coming months. Would that mean I have to change my motherboard to like a B550 as well because of new gen processor?

no you should be able to get to the new 5000 CPUs on most 450/470 boards

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1 minute ago, JingleSnow said:

Thank you for your suggestions but lets say I upgrade my CPU in the coming months. Would that mean I have to change my motherboard to like a B550 as well because of new gen processor?

B550 doesn't have official support for 2000 series ryzen. B450 motherboards will soon receive support for next gen Ryzen CPUs.

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1 minute ago, JingleSnow said:

Thank you for your suggestions but lets say I upgrade my CPU in the coming months. Would that mean I have to change my motherboard to like a B550 as well because of new gen processor?

The ASrock board can currently support any Ryzen CPU, but you will need to install a BIOS update. The MSI board supports all of them except the newest 5000 series processors, but will get an update to be able to support any Ryzen CPU.

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