MSI B350 TOMAHAWK

This is noticeably cheaper than the Asus ROG Strix B350-F Gaming and Gigabyte AB350-Gaming 3, but both of those boards had no issues with memory compatibility whatsoever, so it’s clear that with a need for a slight bump in memory voltage, the B350 Tomahawk is still maybe not quite as optimised. 

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ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO

ASUS is no stranger to us here at Bjorn3D, and they were kind enough to supply their flagship Ryzen motherboard, the ROG Crosshair VI Hero, for review. Seen by many as one of the premier motherboards available at launch, the ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero experienced demands not often seen. 

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MSI X370 SLI PLUS

The X370 SLI PLUS comes out as a sleek, blacked out motherboard with all the primary benefits of the X370 chipset, including a host of the latest USB standards, robust heatsinks, high grade components, robust electro-static defences including the use of ‘Steel Armour’, and of course the high-speed M.2 32Gb/s slot.

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ASUS ROG STRIX B350-F GAMING

Apart from this, the two boards are relatively similar while the ROG Strix B350-F Gaming has some advantages over the Gigabyte AB350-Gaming 3 too. It has more fan headers, better cooling, and more CPU power phases, plus you get an additional 1x PCI-E slot and Asus’ SupremeFX Realtek S1220A Codec.

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MSI B350 GAMING PRO CARBON

Carbon fiber instantly sends visions of speed, performance, and exotic technology to many. Wrapped in carbon fiber look trim, B350 Gaming Pro Carbon aims to instaill many of those same visions. Built on MSI’s Military Class 5 foundation, the B350 Gaming Pro Carbon supports AMD’s newest Ryzen processors and DDR4 memory up to 3200Mhz via four memory slots. There’s Turbo…

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AMD Ryzen 5 1600

Like its $250 1600X counterpart, the Ryzen 5 1600 features six cores and 12 threads. AMD bins the 1600X as a 95W part, while the 1600 falls into the 65W TDP range. As expected, the 1600’s lower TDP boils down to reduced voltages, imposing lower stock frequencies and thermal output. The Ryzen 5 1600 features a 3.2 GHz base clock rate compared to the “X” model’s 3.6 GHz, and it also incurs a similar 400 MHz deficit to the dual-core Precision Boost frequency.

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MSI B350M MORTAR

Power optimisations and enhanced on-chip capabilities have made AMD’s new AM4 platform a tempting proposition for users who prefer the size benefits of micro-ATX. MSI offers up the £90 B350M Mortar to cater for those users with a 4+2 phase power delivery system and onboard red LED lighting.

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ASRock Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming K4

The ASRock AB350 Gaming K4 specifically, priced at $109.99 supports the latest Ryzen AM4 CPUs but also ready to support upcoming Raven Ridge APUs which have built-in Radeon graphics. ASRock also outfits the AB350 Gaming K4 with RGB LED headers and forward-aware storage options such as m.2 slots (two of them actually) and a USB Type-C reversible ports.

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GIGABYTE GA-AB350-GAMING 3

It is Gigabyte’s turn to show what their roughly £100 B350 offering can deliver. The AB350-Gaming 3 is built around AMD’s value-orientated B350 chipset but with sprinkles of quality from Gigabyte, such as 10Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2, Realtek ALC1220 audio, and strong RGB LED capability.

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MSI X370 KRAIT GAMING

In this review I’ll be looking at an exciting new motherboard called the MSI X370 Krait Gaming.  As the name suggests this is an AM4 based motherboard built on the X370 chipset with the special MSI Krait Gaming treatment.

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