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ASRock AMD B450M Pro4 Ryzen MicroATX Motherboard - £69.59 @ Aria
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ASRock AMD B450M Pro4 Ryzen MicroATX Motherboard - £69.59 @ Aria

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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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Amazon seem to have same in stock at £69
TheChickenAdobo02/12/2019 10:30

Amazon seem to have same in stock at £69


£7 delivery though, no? Edit: just checked, and yes it's £6.95 delivery. Amazon have it for £71 but not in stock.
Edited by: "habylab" 2nd Dec 2019
£62.98 at eBuyer in stock.
habylab02/12/2019 10:32

£7 delivery though, no? Edit: just checked, and yes it's £6.95 delivery. A …£7 delivery though, no? Edit: just checked, and yes it's £6.95 delivery. Amazon have it for £71 but not in stock.



ah true. fairs
habylab02/12/2019 10:32

£7 delivery though, no? Edit: just checked, and yes it's £6.95 delivery. A …£7 delivery though, no? Edit: just checked, and yes it's £6.95 delivery. Amazon have it for £71 but not in stock.


Thats Amazon third party seller

Amazon sell for £70.99 worth the extra pennies for the hassle free Customer Service/Warranty/Returns (can't say the same for Aria)
johnjrambo02/12/2019 10:37

Thats Amazon third party sellerAmazon sell for £70.99 worth the extra …Thats Amazon third party sellerAmazon sell for £70.99 worth the extra pennies for the hassle free Customer Service/Warranty/Returns (can't say the same for Aria)


That's out of stock
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habylab02/12/2019 11:02

That's a different board, the F variant.


I suppose if you need the USB 3.1 Gen2 ports then it makes a difference, otherwise it is the same board.

Still a very average board regardless, if you need MATX then the MSI B450M Mortar MAX is much better, assuming you aren't on a very small budget.
Uncommon.Sense02/12/2019 11:33

I suppose if you need the USB 3.1 Gen2 ports then it makes a difference, …I suppose if you need the USB 3.1 Gen2 ports then it makes a difference, otherwise it is the same board.Still a very average board regardless, if you need MATX then the MSI B450M Mortar MAX is much better, assuming you aren't on a very small budget.


How is it much better? This board is rated well and is up to £20 cheaper.
habylab02/12/2019 12:03

How is it much better? This board is rated well and is up to £20 cheaper.


Significantly better power delivery and VRM cooling, the BIOS is slightly better on the MSI. Obviously as I said if you are on a budget then saving ~£17 (MSI can be bought for £86.78) is a big deal, but if you are not then the MSI is a better choice. I didn't say this was a bad board, just average, which it is.
I quite like Assrock!

I am still on the FM2+ FM2A88X Extreme4+ and its been on 24 hours a day since May 2015 without a problem so quite reliable so lots of heat from me!
Edited by: "omendata" 2nd Dec 2019
Uncommon.Sense02/12/2019 12:11

Significantly better power delivery and VRM cooling, the BIOS is slightly …Significantly better power delivery and VRM cooling, the BIOS is slightly better on the MSI. Obviously as I said if you are on a budget then saving ~£17 (MSI can be bought for £86.78) is a big deal, but if you are not then the MSI is a better choice. I didn't say this was a bad board, just average, which it is.


Okay, you didn't say it was average though just recommended something else. £20 is a lot as you say for budget build. Can I ask if you've read anything comparing these boards? I'd be interested as I don't really know how much these things affect builds and I can only see good reviews for this one.
this board is great btw, has everything you need if you just want to plug and play without messing with the BIOS or overclocking.
habylab02/12/2019 12:16

Okay, you didn't say it was average though just recommended something …Okay, you didn't say it was average though just recommended something else. £20 is a lot as you say for budget build. Can I ask if you've read anything comparing these boards? I'd be interested as I don't really know how much these things affect builds and I can only see good reviews for this one.


I said it was average, I'll quote myself "Still a very average board regardless"

There is nothing wrong with this board, as I said it is a good option if on a budget where the extra £17 could be used some place else. I have built several systems with the -F version, with both R5 2600, and R7 2700 CPU's, and even a 3600X more recently and they all function just fine. The effect on the build is small if you are using it with a lower end CPU which is what most people on a budget would be doing, I'd hope. I wouldn't for example be buying this with an R9 3900x, and expecting to get the chip to boost to its full potential.

If you are currently putting together a system and you are considering this, then by all means post the spec you are looking at if you want some pointers.
Would this board require a bios update to run the ryzen 3600 ?
An excellent board for a general games PC, the pay 2x as much for an extra performance 5% crowd are going to snub it, but on performance/cost whilst maintaining a good performance level, you can't go wrong with this, and I have found Asrock kit to be very reliable. I'm using one myself, bought almost a year ago and it has been great.
Uncommon.Sense02/12/2019 12:48

I said it was average, I'll quote myself "Still a very average board …I said it was average, I'll quote myself "Still a very average board regardless"There is nothing wrong with this board, as I said it is a good option if on a budget where the extra £17 could be used some place else. I have built several systems with the -F version, with both R5 2600, and R7 2700 CPU's, and even a 3600X more recently and they all function just fine. The effect on the build is small if you are using it with a lower end CPU which is what most people on a budget would be doing, I'd hope. I wouldn't for example be buying this with an R9 3900x, and expecting to get the chip to boost to its full potential.If you are currently putting together a system and you are considering this, then by all means post the spec you are looking at if you want some pointers.


Thanks, good to hear too.

My build is this so far. Bought everything barring the 2600x, bought this mobo today on link posted.
Nabbed this for £59.99 back in June-July. Has been an amazing board for me
ToxicHazard03/12/2019 00:21

Nabbed this for £59.99 back in June-July. Has been an amazing board for me …Nabbed this for £59.99 back in June-July. Has been an amazing board for me


Good to hear!
So many versions of the 450 board to chose from - whats best for very ocasional gaming in full size case?
ToxicHazard03/12/2019 00:21

Nabbed this for £59.99 back in June-July. Has been an amazing board for me …Nabbed this for £59.99 back in June-July. Has been an amazing board for me



Got one second hand (near new) from a person desperate to get the cash as he upgraded.
Son will get it for Christmas in his new system. Running a second hand 350 board for the 1.5 years without any issues.
Edited by: "Mirola" 6th Dec 2019
phatbhoy03/12/2019 15:30

So many versions of the 450 board to chose from - whats best for very …So many versions of the 450 board to chose from - whats best for very ocasional gaming in full size case?



Doesn't really matter when you're a 'very occasional gamer', as long as it has 4 memory slots, gives you room to upgrade the memory in future. These 450 board take up to R9s so enough scope to upgrade the CPU as well in future. Don't overthink it. You're not a hard core gamer that gets horny having the most expensive gear in their system.
Edited by: "Mirola" 6th Dec 2019
phatbhoy03/12/2019 15:30

So many versions of the 450 board to chose from - whats best for very …So many versions of the 450 board to chose from - whats best for very ocasional gaming in full size case?


I'm a pretty hardcore gamer, but I'm on a budget. I would say this is perfect for a casual gamer, without losing too many features and retaining high value.

It has no bells and whistles but you won't lose out on anything. I personally don't need any more than this offers, and I don't think I would spend more than this even if I had the budget to.
Edited by: "ToxicHazard" 6th Dec 2019
Mirola06/12/2019 22:12

Doesn't really matter when you're a 'very occasional gamer', as long as …Doesn't really matter when you're a 'very occasional gamer', as long as it has 4 memory slots, gives you room to upgrade the memory in future. These 450 board take up to R9s so enough scope to upgrade the CPU as well in future. Don't overthink it. You're not a hard core gamer that gets horny having the most expensive gear in their system.



"u're not a hard core gamer that gets horny having the most expensive gear in their system" absolutely not!!
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