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b450 mobo, help me select


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Choosing between:

ASUS TUF B450M Plus Gaming         Pros: from Amazon with prime so easy return and free ship, will handle an upgrade to 8 cores

                                                                 Cons: all the tax

ASROCK B450M Pro 4                         Pros: MIR???, No PST, will handle an upgrade to 8 cores

                                                                 Cons: $6 shipping, ASROCK customer service???, Returns not as easy as Prime not that they killed Premiere Partnership or whatever

MSI B450M Plus Gaming                     Pros: Free Fedex shipping and no PST,  will handle an upgrade to 8 cores

                                                                 Cons: Returns not as easy as Prime

I will be running an R5 1400. These board are all pricier than I like but so far used ones are eluding me. I know S21 mentioned open box at memx but they are also not an option. Let me know what you think! Anyone have a B350M or B450M board???

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I'll look into the editing issue right away,

 

I do like the Asrock board the best as also the MIR is normally not too horrible with Asrock

Even a 320 or 350 series board if found at the right price may work great for you to.

I'll hunt around more after work to see if I can locate any better deals.

Good luck:)

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*Still cannot edit my posts*  

Silly me I linked the wrong DUAL VSTA board. I had the 939 version for my 3800 x2 clocked to 2.9Ghz. That is a long time ago 

I am close to ordering a new ASROCK B450M PRO 4. However I really need to keep this suuuuuper cheap and buying new does not help. Maybe something used will pop up! 

EDIT: seems I can edit immediately after posting but after I leave and come back I cannot.

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