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ASUS ROG STRIX B350-F GAMING AMD Ryzen AM4 DDR4 HDMI DisplayPort M.2 USB 3.1 ATX B350 Motherboard
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- Powered by AMD® Ryzen™ AM4 and 7th generation Athlon™ processors to maximize connectivity and speed with NVMe M.2, USB 3.1, gigabit LAN, and up to 64GB of DDR4
- 5-Way Optimization with Auto-Tuning and Fan Xpert 4 automatically tailors overclocking profiles to your unique build for maximum OC performance and dynamic system cooling
- AURA Sync RGB lighting plus additional 4-pin RGB headers provides a nearly endless spectrum of colors with the ability to synchronize effects across an ever-expanding ecosystem of AURA Sync enabled products
- Dual Patent-pending SafeSlots feature an injection molding process that integrates metal framing for a stronger, firmly anchored PCIe slot built for heavyweight GPUs
- Industry-leading 8-channel HD audio with the ROG exclusive SupremeFX S1220 driven by Japanese capacitors
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Experience next-level performance with the ROG STRIX B350-F GAMING, powered by AMD Ryzen AM4 processors. Unlock your system's full potential with 5-Way Optimization featuring SafeSlot and Fan Xpert 4 while personalizing your build with AURA Sync RGB lighting. Integrated NVMe M.2, gigabit LAN and USB 3.1 deliver maximum connectivity speeds.
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I was having a hard time trying to choose which AM4 motherboard to get, as nothing had all the features I wanted (at least the ALC1220 audio codec, Intel Ethernet, USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports, and decent VRMs) without being ridiculously expensive. So I was really glad that this came out before I bought something and that I didn't have to compromise.
Having said that, if you aren't interested in those features, you could get something that is normally a bit cheaper like the ASUS Prime B350-Plus or the MSI B350 TOMAHAWK. If you need Crossfire or SLI support, get an X370 motherboard that is certified for that (do check the specs for that, as some X370s don't support SLI). Also, you might find overclocking to be better on *some* of the more expensive motherboards, but YMMV.
Anyway, this motherboard has been great so far:
* Seems to have good overclocking support (will update this later.)
* Audio is great. However, if you don't have very good speakers/headphones or aren't extremely picky, it's definitely overkill.
* Memory overclocking is pretty good. My Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB (CMK8GX4M2B3000C15) kit did work at 2133MHz but didn't work at 3000MHz out of the box. It wouldn't POST with the XMP profile that was loaded on the RAM. However, boosting the voltage up a bit (from 1.35V to ~1.36V) or fiddling with the timings got it working at 2933MHz.
* Includes 4 SATA cables, so you can actually use the 4 SATA ports off the chipset plus an M.2 drive without having to buy extra SATA cables. It's a little thing, but it's still helpful.
* Speaking of which, some motherboards have SATA ports that are connected to controllers that don't support RAID. On this board, the SATA ports off the chipset (*not* the SoC) do support RAID, so you could run RAID 10. Not important for most people, but it's nice that it's there.
* RGB LEDs on the chipset are covered up by large graphics cards, giving the motherboard a soft glow. Still looks pretty and I don't care a lot about RGB stuff.
* No external clock generator, but that seems to be limited to only some X370 boards.
* The CPU cooler backplate wasn't stuck onto the board with tape or glue. Depending on what kind of cooler you will use, that might not matter, but it does make installing the Wraith Spire stock cooler included with the Ryzen 5 1600 a little bit trickier. Just make sure the board is on a hard, non-bendable surface, so that the plate has support and will stay in place.
* Someone's fingerprint was on the metal shield that says "SupremeFX". The fingerprint came off easily with a cloth though, so no big deal.
* A bit pricier than some B350 boards, albeit with more features.
* XMP profile didn't work out of the box. This could change with future BIOS updates.
* No PS/2 port, but the more expensive X370 version of this board has one.
This was my first computer build, so I'm sure I made some mistakes, but I'm really happy with how it has turned out so far. I've had zero issues with this motherboard and would definitely buy it again.
When looking into supporting motherboards for the Ryzen 5 i kept reading forums on Reddit and watching tons of YouTube videos by Paul's Hardware, Bitwit, Linus's Tech Tips and of course Jay'sTwoCents. Considering these guys are all pros and have what seems like the deepest pockets and sponsorships and all i couldnt really afford the best of the best system. However, when comparing this model of B350-F vs the Prime Plus vs A370, this one offered the most bang for buck and had the complete list of features i needed along with some basic RGB features included.
The Good - This variant of the b350-F motherboard is by far the best one to use, has a very easy (and pretty) bios interface - overclocking on this badboy is so easy and straightforward that you will be able to do it without even watching a YouTube video although i would recommend you watch one prior to doing anything on it. Pricing of this thing can't be beat either, i purchased this when it was for $104.99 on Amazon and had a $20 rebate from ASUS bringing it down to just $85. At that price, the amount of features this board offers, including its build quality is amazing. This board fit perfectly in my Phanteks P400 tower without feeling too tight at all. There are also a plethora of USB ports on the back including 3.0 as well. Overall quality, price and build of it is very impressive. The board also stays relatively cool and i have not experienced any spikes in temps.
The Not So Good - The only thing i disliked was that the board did not include a USB type C port. That is literally it! Everything else was perfect for my needs and booted up like a champ when i first built everything on it.
Overall - This B350-F board is the best option to get and can even save you some money. For moderate overclocking, a plethora of ports and cool RGB lighting as well as multiple points for fan and AIO connections, i would highly recommend this board. The lack of a USB Type C port is the only thing going against this board, other than that i am extremely glad with my purchase and do not regret it at all. If you're on the fence of getting this vs the A370, i would say go with this unless you are truly into water cooling and doing high Overclocking for extended periods of time. This is perfect for everything else and can handle moderate OC. Look it up on YouTube as well if you'd like to.
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Pros: -sturdy and high quality construction, nice features no other b350 board has, a neutral color and RGB sets this...Read more