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Gigabyte B660M DS3H vs MSI PRO B660M- B vs MSI PRO B660M-G

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9 hours ago, PDifolco said:

I think the MSI PRO B660M- B is better than the M, more slots and better VRM

And MSI B660 PRO boards have been ranked generally better than the Gigabyte DS3H

The B660-A and B660M-A are the only good ones from that lineup. The B660M-B and B660M-G listed above are both equally terrible. The Gigabyte board has an actual VRM heatsink so that would get my money out of the three.

Im wondering which one is best? its only gonna be used for an i5 12400f, their all rougly around 135-140 USD, i was looking for the A version but its a whopping 190 USD, these prices are translated from my curency, im mostl ikely never gonna use more than 1 GPU, 

 

 

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I think the MSI PRO B660M- B is better than the M, more slots and better VRM

And MSI B660 PRO boards have been ranked generally better than the Gigabyte DS3H

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9 hours ago, PDifolco said:

I think the MSI PRO B660M- B is better than the M, more slots and better VRM

And MSI B660 PRO boards have been ranked generally better than the Gigabyte DS3H

The B660-A and B660M-A are the only good ones from that lineup. The B660M-B and B660M-G listed above are both equally terrible. The Gigabyte board has an actual VRM heatsink so that would get my money out of the three.

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10 hours ago, Hogsarehogs said:

Im wondering which one is best? its only gonna be used for an i5 12400f, their all rougly around 135-140 USD, i was looking for the A version but its a whopping 190 USD, these prices are translated from my curency, im mostl ikely never gonna use more than 1 GPU, 

 

 

cheers.

How much is the Gigabyte B660 Gaming X (mATX or ATX version) ?

 

The Gigabyte B660M DS3H would be my choice otherwise. 

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9 hours ago, lee32uk said:

The B660-A and B660M-A are the only good ones from that lineup. The B660M-B and B660M-G listed above are both equally terrible. The Gigabyte board has an actual VRM heatsink so that would get my money out of the three.

Indeed I've confused the B and A version, which is the good one

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18 hours ago, lee32uk said:

How much is the Gigabyte B660 Gaming X (mATX or ATX version) ?

 

The Gigabyte B660M DS3H would be my choice otherwise. 

Its almost 200 USD lmfao

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