The B350 Tomahawk is a standard-ATX motherboard with an uncluttered, comfortable layout. Every key component has some space around it, which translates to an easier installation experience than you’ll get with some cram-packed MicroATX boards or feature-stuffed full-ATX flagships.

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MSI B350 Tomahawk

To keep costs down, the MSI B350 Tomahawk uses the budget oriented controllers, such as the Realtek ALC892 audio codec and a Realtek 8111H network controller. Onboard video includes a HDMI 1.4 port, a DVI-D port and VGA. Users with an APU expecting a DisplayPort will have to look at pricier motherboard options.

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The motherboard that we are going to be reviewing today is the MSI B350 Tomahawk, which happens to be one of the most popular B350 models at the moment. With a retail price of $110 USD / $145 CAD, it certainly meets our definition of an affordable motherboard. When it comes to specs, it comes pretty well appointed.

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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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MSI’s £100 B350 Tomahawk is the first B350 motherboard to be put through our testing. Retaining the CPU overclocking support that makes the B350 chipset such an alluring option for AM4, MSI outfits its Tomahawk with the key features consumers are asking for, such as USB Type-C and M.2 PCIe NVMe support.

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However, aside from the fancy plastic dresses that are now commonly found on high-end motherboards, the TOMAHAWK B350 still features new technologies and high grade components to fully utilise the latest AMD Ryzen CPUs. It includes an array of USB 3.1 Gen 1, including a Type C at the rear. 

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However, with the B350 in Tomahawk guise there is very little to pick between it and the big cahuna X370 motherboards. In fact as far as we can tell the only differences are that the B350 only has a single M.2 slot, and it has no multi-GPU technology so that means no AMD Crossfire or nVidia SLI.

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