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[Newegg US] Open Box Asus Strix B350-F Gaming $78 after Promo

Link: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813132988R&ignorebbr=1

 

Newegg is having a clearance of sorts where a lot of things are getting sold for cheaper. I spotted this mobo in the list. This is arguably one of the best b350 mobos out there and for $77 that's a pretty good deal.

 

The sales end TODAY so if you want it you should go quick. Here's a link to everything:

https://www.newegg.com/Open-Box-Clearance-Sale/EventSaleStore/ID-179?cm_sp=Homepage-Top2016-_-P1_nepro%2f17-7322-_-%2f%2fpromotions.newegg.com%2fnepro%2f17-7322%2f1920x360.jpg&icid=415817

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H110 ITX board for under $50 too, thats a nice one :D well they dont ship here sadly so i cant grab anything but a lot of good deals

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this is a great board. using one now and it's way better than the MSI b350 board i had previously 

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4 hours ago, vet folks said:

i just purchaed a asus prime b350 plus. damn did i make a mistaked? 

Na not really. This is an open box part so you're only guaranteed the mobo, no accessories are guaranteed plus it's used.

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Just out of curiosity. I’m looking into an open box motherboard from Newegg. Would you recommend shying away from open box deals, even if the board is uber cheap?! 

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