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Gigabyte B450M DS3H mATX Motherboard for AMD AM4 CPUs £59.17 from Ebay/CCL
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Gigabyte B450M DS3H mATX Motherboard for AMD AM4 CPUs £59.17 from Ebay/CCL

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Posted 28th JanEdited by:"sarden84"

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Gigabyte B450M DS3H mATX Motherboard for AMD AM4 CPUs

The DS3H is one of the best budget B450 boards on the market.

only £59.17.. usual £65.. very rare to see this one working nice with the ebay codes.

#nice to see a product listed at the normal RRP on ebay!. so makes the code work nice.

  • Supports AMD 1st & 2nd Generation Ryzen/ Ryzen with Radeon Vega Graphics Processors / 3rd Gen with a Bios update.
  • Dual Channel Non-ECC Unbuffered DDR4, 4 DIMMs
  • HDMI, DVI-D Ports for Multiple Display
  • PCIe Gen3 M.2 NVMe
  • High Quality Audio Capacitors and Audio Noise Guard
  • RGB Fusion supports RGB LED Strips in 7-Colors
  • •Realtek Gigabit LAN
  • •Smart Fan 5 with FAN STOP
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I think the ASRock B450m Pro4 is better board -£61.11


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Edited by: "RickyWong" 28th Jan
Or this one if you want budget
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Frankly only MSI did b450 mobos really worth buying. I say that as someone that does NOT favour MSI as a manufacturer...

If these were down to £50 maybe now we'd be talking, but I've noticed that cheap mobos really aren't a thing any more. (One of my main systems uses an MSI h97 Eco board listed here for under £40 a few years back..)
From personal experience Ive found Asrock the worst I have used, closely followed by Asus. The best was MSI, and had no probs with Gigabytes. (Yeah Ive had a few over the years ! )
PhilK28/01/2020 15:59

From personal experience Ive found Asrock the worst I have used, closely …From personal experience Ive found Asrock the worst I have used, closely followed by Asus. The best was MSI, and had no probs with Gigabytes. (Yeah Ive had a few over the years ! )


ASRock has some of the better B450 board. They don’t offer as many phases in their power control as the MSI but they do provide exceptional cooling design in their heat sinks and their functionality is second to none.

Read up on some of the reviews on the net. The matx boards are very good value considering how much they pack in it.

MSI boards are the best if you want to squeeze last bit of overclocks out of the CPU, RAM and GPU
Edited by: "RickyWong" 28th Jan
It's all dependant on what you want from your board. Easy overclocking, good VRMs, simple bios, fast boot etc. To describe a motherboard as good/bad doesn't really help.
RickyWong28/01/2020 16:53

ASRock has some of the better B450 board. They don’t offer as many p …ASRock has some of the better B450 board. They don’t offer as many phases in their power control as the MSI but they do provide exceptional cooling design in their heat sinks and their functionality is second to none.Read up on some of the reviews on the net. The matx boards are very good value considering how much they pack in it.MSI boards are the best if you want to squeeze last bit of overclocks out of the CPU, RAM and GPU



I tend to let personal experience take precedence over anothers experience on something like this
No offence intended, of course but given the choice between MSI and Asrock (or Asus for that matter) there wouldn't even be a seconds hesitation on going for MSI - of which of the two Ive had, they've both been ultra reliable (the opposite of the single Asrock I had)
I have an ASRock z97 board, it was the best priced for the features it offered. And it is still going strong. The customer support or technical support is excellent. Email is replied within 24hrs and I asked for a TPM header for my board they sent one out from Holland with no charge.
chischis28/01/2020 15:41

Frankly only MSI did b450 mobos really worth buying. I say that as someone …Frankly only MSI did b450 mobos really worth buying. I say that as someone that does NOT favour MSI as a manufacturer...If these were down to £50 maybe now we'd be talking, but I've noticed that cheap mobos really aren't a thing any more. (One of my main systems uses an MSI h97 Eco board listed here for under £40 a few years back..)



I just bought an MSI B450M Mortar Max. Decent board. Can't complain, I was up and running within the hour with a Ryzen 5 3600, 32GB DDR4 1TB NVMe, armoured PCIe ports etc. I bought it as it had optical as standard and USB 3.1 gen 1 and gen 2. Dual NVMe ports. It's not the fastest booting motherboard, but I'm still in to Linux within 15 seconds from cold boot.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 29th Jan
Agree with all of you. These Gigabyte cheap moves are absolute thrash. Poor vrm's, awful voltage control, you'll get one reading in the bios and software usually cannot make head nor tail of it... you'll get a very short lifespan from such a board, so quite how or why anyone would recommend them is beyond belief. For what it's worth at this level, an asus prime b450 is the only real choice, but as correctly pointed out, any of MSI's offerings are streets ahead, so B450 mortar max, gaming plus or tomahawk. Still the best bang for your buck on a micro atx platform is probably the mortar max. Plus anything max has extended bios memory and is 3000 series ready. Dont, whatever you do, waste any time or effort on this rubbish... it's cheap for a reason. If you are just going to throw a 2000 series cpu in it and leave well enough alone for 2 or 3 years, then just get an a320m sh2 v2. £20 less, spend the extra on faster ram and you'll have a much more stable setup...
Horrible, horrible motherboard. Had two and they were terrible.

Strongly encourage you to choose another brand.

Msi b450m mortar /max are much better.
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