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ASUS PRIME B660M-A D4 - Intel B660 LGA 1700 mATX Motherboard £98.72 @ Amazon Spain
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Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
‎PRIME B660M-A D4 Intel B660 (LGA 1700) mATX motherboard with PCIe 4.0, two M.2 slots, Intel 1Gb Ethernet, DP,2 x HDMI, rear USB 3.2 Gen 2, front USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C, Aura Sync
bestec2

This is b series. Good for up to 12700 non K.

Pilow

It’s a decent spec board for the price. I bought the -K version from box.co.uk clearance for about £65. That one is poorly spec’d but does the job for 12400F. Didn’t realise until I got it that it only has 1 sys fan header.

Lexeus

So I this is 12th gen so it is always going to be in the pricey side compared to picking up a prev gen bargain, but is this just a basic b series board or is it a particularly good mobo?

MSI MAG Z690 TOMAHAWK WIFI ATX Motherboard + ADATA Premier 32GB DDR5 4800Mhz Memory Bundle - £293.47 delivered @ Ebuyer
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Decent bundle offer. -- MSI MAG Z690 TOMAHAWK WIFI ATX Motherboard Features • Supports 12th Gen Intel® Core™, Pentium® Gold and Celeron® processors for LGA 1700 socket • Suppo…
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GothamKnight10

Thanks for the advise. HUKD community ever so helpful :) (y)

ck_

Arrived. Has been a while since I saw RAM modules without covers/heat sinks!

Cuddy

I have had various motherboards from different brands over the years that come with similar aerials and, in an average sized 3-bed house, they've been fine for me. If you already get a good wifi signal on your phone (which doesn't have external aerials like this motherboard) in the room you're going to have the PC then you shouldn't have any problems. Plus once you do get the motherboard setup and your OS installed then you can just test the wifi before you spend any more money on signal related equipment :)

GothamKnight10

Just a quick q about the WiFi antennas on this board, are these plugged in ones any good or should I buy an external antenna?

Cuddy

I've been looking at the DeepCool range of coolers as well. They get a good review from Gamer's Nexus on Youtube. Their AK620 and Assassin III perform as well as heatsinks from more established brands like Noctua but DeepCool's pricing is a lot better at £25 to £30 less.

ASUS Prime B550M-K Motherboard - £65.99 Delivered @ Box
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Memory 4 x DIMM, Max. 128GB Graphic 1 x D-Sub 1 x DVI-D 1 x HDMI 2.1(4K@60HZ) Expansion Slots 1 x PCIe 4.0 x16 (x16 mode) AMD B550 Chip…
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FSU_Kris

This was £45 at ccl last week

Kinio

It's motherboard designe not PSU, poor vrms with no cooling. Same PSU powers my rendering/photogrammetry system that has r9 3950x, 6x1tb sata SSDs on raid card, thunderbolt and firewire cards and gtx 1080+rtx2060ti GPUs

Liquidsky

Back when I worked for a pc repair company, I remember we had a PC from a customer that kept crashing. We changed nearly everything on it. Turned out to be a faulty PSU.

Kinio

Nope, good old corsair ax860w has plenty headroom

Liquidsky

Power supply up to the task ?

Gigabyte B660M DS3H AX DDR4 Motherboard - £94.98 @ Amazon
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Intel® B660 Motherboard with 6+2+1 Phases Hybrid Digital VRM with MOS Heatsink, 2 x PCIe 4.0 M.2 with Thermal Guard, 2.5GbE LAN, WIFI 6 802.11ax , Rear USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C®, RGB FUSION 2.0,…
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John59

Yes, true, however i guess not that many people are buying brand new AM4 solutions now, most will be upgrading old PCs. I would also guess most people would not be able to tell the difference between the two. It makes little sense to pay the extra for a 5600x over a 5600. So it probably isn't only £10 cheaper.

NomTook

The first Hardware Unboxed video demonstrates a 6% reduction in Cinebench R23 compared to the B660M-A Pro at stock PL. The performance gap increases to 28% when PL removed. PCB is around 90 for stock PL, it's manageable but your mileage may vary. And the second Hardware Unboxed video demonstrates a 6% increase in gaming performance at 1080p for the 5600X (:I

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What are you talking about? :D This motherboard runs an i7-12700 perfectly well: 5600X + a B550 motherboard is only 10 pounds or so cheaper than this mobo and an i5-12400F, while the i5 has better performance:

NomTook

This motherboard would see limited use cases currently, maybe for a 12100F that must have WiFi? 12400-12600 is beaten by the 5600(X) for price/performance and anything over would be too much for the VRMs on this.

bestec2

Sounds good for 12100 or 12400. For 12600+ look for something like MSI pro b660m-a

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MSI A320M-A PRO M2 AMD A320 Chipset (Socket AM4) Motherboard £24.18 delivered @ Novatech
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
A320 Chipset for Ryzen Processors: Supports 1st, 2nd and 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Desktop Processors for Socket AM4 Core Boost: With premium layout and fully digital power design to support more …
Arkz

No? They tested it and showed it was a tiny difference except for a very few games with issues. Like I said MOST games are barely different. Then again you seem to think a SSD and M.2 are two competing technologies.. M.2 drives are SSDs buddy. and if you think your SSD is giving you higher framerates then.... LOL.

michael.fitzpatrick

So the experts like linas game nexus etc etc that have tested it are wrong and your right mmmmmm well I can tell the difference between ssd and m.2 and fps is the proof but you tear away I'll stick to my hero 8

Arkz

Most games are barely different between an NVMe and SATA SSD, so you really don't need the speed of gen4. Most game loading is random reads too, not linear, which is much slower. Maybe when games will finally support DirectStorage it might make a difference. Though that will still work on gen3 drives

michael.fitzpatrick

When your playing the like of star citizen and other aaa games it takes the gen4 on the m.2s.Yes for a budget gaming pc yeah tear away and if ypu even own a 3080 or 3090 why would ypu skimp on a 25 quid board loooool talk about all frills no knickers but tear away I wouldn't be putting my gpu or cpu into it (personally) for gaming

John59

Absolutely, people need to do even a 2-minute search before they make such nonsensical statements.