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Budget x570 atx motherboards

So I’m in the market to upgrade from my current b450 motherboard to a new x570 motherboard, since those ones are compatible with my current cpu (r5 2600). I read somewhere not to get one from MSI, but I’m not sure if there’s any real reasoning behind that. Does anyone know any good budget MoBo’s, preferably under $200?

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1 minute ago, BeanTeen said:

So I’m in the market to upgrade from my current b450 motherboard to a new x570 motherboard, since those ones are compatible with my current cpu. I read somewhere not to get one from MSI, but I’m not sure if there’s any real reasoning behind that. Does anyone know any good budget MoBo’s, preferably under $200?

Why not B550?

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8 minutes ago, BeanTeen said:

I read somewhere not to get one from MSI

Not true, all manufacturers have both good and bad boards. It just depends on the particular model.

The MSI B550 Unify-X is great, the B550 AORUS PRO V2 is a decent choice too. If you're looking for a motherboard on a "budget", you should really be looking at the B550 chipset because you'll get a better board for the price.

CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X GPU: AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT 16GB GDDR6 Motherboard: MSI PRESTIGE X570 CREATION
AIO: Corsair H150i Pro RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 32GB 3800MHz DDR4 Case: Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic PSU: Corsair RM850x White
Displays: AORUS AD27QD, DELL UltraSharp U2711 Storage: ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB, 850EVO 120GB, UV400 240GB, WD Red 2TB & 1TB
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8 minutes ago, BeanTeen said:

So I’m in the market to upgrade from my current b450 motherboard to a new x570 motherboard, since those ones are compatible with my current cpu. I read somewhere not to get one from MSI, but I’m not sure if there’s any real reasoning behind that. Does anyone know any good budget MoBo’s, preferably under $200?

If that's your budget there's a asus tuf x570 but why not considered b550?

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1 hour ago, Freakwise said:

If that's your budget there's a asus tuf x570 but why not considered b550?

I have a ryzen 5 2600 cpu, and 2000 series cpus dont work on b550 motherboards

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1 hour ago, Morgan MLGman said:

Not true, all manufacturers have both good and bad boards. It just depends on the particular model.

The MSI B550 Unify-X is great, the B550 AORUS PRO V2 is a decent choice too. If you're looking for a motherboard on a "budget", you should really be looking at the B550 chipset because you'll get a better board for the price.

I have a 2000 series cpu and those don’t work with b550’s

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1 hour ago, Downkey said:

Why not B550?

I have a 2000 series cpu and those don’t work with b550’s

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9 minutes ago, BeanTeen said:

I have a 2000 series cpu and those don’t work with b550’s

I see. Try looking at the X570 Aorus Elite, X570 Tuf Gaming or the MSI X570 Unify then. Choose the one that has features that suit your needs better, all of those are decent budget boards.

CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 5800X GPU: AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT 16GB GDDR6 Motherboard: MSI PRESTIGE X570 CREATION
AIO: Corsair H150i Pro RAM: Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 32GB 3800MHz DDR4 Case: Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic PSU: Corsair RM850x White
Displays: AORUS AD27QD, DELL UltraSharp U2711 Storage: ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB, 850EVO 120GB, UV400 240GB, WD Red 2TB & 1TB
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2 hours ago, BeanTeen said:

So I’m in the market to upgrade from my current b450 motherboard to a new x570 motherboard

You have a B450 Tomahawk Max already, you'd have to be insane to "upgrade" from that.

There's not a single CPU that board couldn't handle on the AM4 socket, and that's the board that is most commonly recommended on a budget.

 

Don't waste your money, especially considering AM4 is a dead socket now. The Ryzen 5000 series was AMD's last launch of CPU's on the AM4 socket.

 

EDIT: @Morgan MLGman @DownkeyYou guys really need to check the OP's current specs before making suggestions. He also used the term "upgrade" from his "current B450 board", which is a bad move on a dead socket. Especially considering that B450 still supports every current-gen CPU (*at least in theory, after a BIOS update on select boards and manufacturers; MSI 'MAX' series boards in particular with the best early-adoption support).

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COOLER: EVGA CLC 280  STORAGE: G.SKILL Phoenix FTL 240GB SSD, Crucial MX500 1TB SSD, Toshiba DT01ACA200 7200RPM 2TB HDD

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2 hours ago, OfficialTechSpace said:

You have a B450 Tomahawk Max already, you'd have to be insane to "upgrade" from that.

There's not a single CPU that board couldn't handle on the AM4 socket, and that's the board that is most commonly recommended on a budget.

 

Don't waste your money, especially considering AM4 is a dead socket now. The Ryzen 5000 series was AMD's last launch of CPU's on the AM4 socket.

 

EDIT: @Morgan MLGman @DownkeyYou guys really need to check the OP's current specs before making suggestions. He also used the term "upgrade" from his "current B450 board", which is a bad move on a dead socket. Especially considering that B450 still supports every current-gen CPU (*at least in theory, after a BIOS update on select boards and manufacturers; MSI 'MAX' series boards in particular with the best early-adoption support).

the reason im upgrading is because my board has the cpu error light bug and wont shut down propperly. Look at the other post i made yesterday and youll see what i mean

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The Asus Prime X570-P, Asus X570 TUF Gaming, and Asrock X570 Pro4 are all pretty good (though the Pro4 is definitely the weakest of the three in terms of VRM design, though it should still handle any AM4 CPU at stock).

Ryzen 5 3600 :: Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super Gaming OC :: Asrock X570M Pro4 :: WD SN750 :: NH-D15 :: 16GB DDR4-3200 :: Phanteks Enthoo Pro M TG

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2 hours ago, BeanTeen said:

the reason im upgrading is because my board has the cpu error light bug and wont shut down propperly.

If you're having a problem with the board, RMA it and have MSI send you a new one. Don't go out-of-pocket and bounce to an entirely new chipset.

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X  GPU: EVGA GTX 1080 Ti (FTW3)  MOBO: MSI Gaming Pro Carbon (X470)  RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws V 16GB DDR4-3600 (2x8GB)

COOLER: EVGA CLC 280  STORAGE: G.SKILL Phoenix FTL 240GB SSD, Crucial MX500 1TB SSD, Toshiba DT01ACA200 7200RPM 2TB HDD

PSU: EVGA GQ-1000W 80+ Gold  CASE: The MESHMOD v1.0 (Custom Deepcool Matrexx 70 chassis)  MONITOR: AOC 24G2 144Hz (IPS) 

MOUSE: Logitech G502 HERO (wired)  KEYBOARD: Rosewill K81 RGB (Kailh Brown)  HEADPHONE'S/IEM'S: Drop x Sennheiser HD58X Jubilee's, Blon BL-03's 

MIC: Blue Yeti (blackout)  AMPLIFIER: SMSL SP200 THX AAA-888  DAC: SMSL Sanskrit 10th MKII (Upgraded AK4493 Version)  CONTROLLER: DualShock 4

 

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1 hour ago, Satan_Prometheus said:

The Asus Prime X570-P, Asus X570 TUF Gaming, and Asrock X570 Pro4 are all pretty good (though the Pro4 is definitely the weakest of the three in terms of VRM design, though it should still handle any AM4 CPU at stock).

Going off my memory, mid-tier to high-end X470 boards beat out entry level X570 boards any day of the week, and for the same price.

Something like the X470 Gaming Pro Carbon costs the same as the X570 TUF, only by comparison the Gaming Pro Carbon has:

 

+Better VRM/Heatsink

+Better memory overclocking

+Better SLI/Crossfire support & PCIE connectivity (2x reinforced PCIE 3.0 X16 slots, 3x X16 slots total)

+Better I/O (2x USB 3.2 Gen 1, 3x USB 2.0 headers)

+Passively cooled chipset (no annoying tiny fans)

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X  GPU: EVGA GTX 1080 Ti (FTW3)  MOBO: MSI Gaming Pro Carbon (X470)  RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws V 16GB DDR4-3600 (2x8GB)

COOLER: EVGA CLC 280  STORAGE: G.SKILL Phoenix FTL 240GB SSD, Crucial MX500 1TB SSD, Toshiba DT01ACA200 7200RPM 2TB HDD

PSU: EVGA GQ-1000W 80+ Gold  CASE: The MESHMOD v1.0 (Custom Deepcool Matrexx 70 chassis)  MONITOR: AOC 24G2 144Hz (IPS) 

MOUSE: Logitech G502 HERO (wired)  KEYBOARD: Rosewill K81 RGB (Kailh Brown)  HEADPHONE'S/IEM'S: Drop x Sennheiser HD58X Jubilee's, Blon BL-03's 

MIC: Blue Yeti (blackout)  AMPLIFIER: SMSL SP200 THX AAA-888  DAC: SMSL Sanskrit 10th MKII (Upgraded AK4493 Version)  CONTROLLER: DualShock 4

 

MY SETUP: https://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/vKNbgt

MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL: TechSpace

MY TWITTER: @TechSpaceHQ

 

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