COLORFUL CVN B460M GAMING PRO V20

For the first time, I have a chance to review a motherboard from Colorful. This brand has been on the market for a long time, but is focused mostly on the Asian market. Lately, we’re starting to see more and more Colorful products available worldwide, so now I think it’s about time to present some more interesting products to our readers.

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MSI MAG B550M MORTAR

MSI has released the usual lineup of motherboards under several names including Pro, Tomahawk, Bazooka, Gaming, and the Mortar. While the actual name doesn’t have any bearing on the B550 chipset, the additional features each model provides is what is important. For those who favor only a system for gaming might consider the aptly named “Gaming” motherboards.

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ASUS TUF GAMING B550M-PLUS (WI-FI)

Though looking similar to its immediate predecessor, the improved 8+2-phase power stages have chunkier heatsinks on this time around, though as anyone who follows motherboards closely knows, there’s really no need for elaborate cooling for anything other than seat-of-your-pants overclocking, which goes against the grain of this board in any case. This thinking also helps explain why there’s no heatpipe between the two blocks.

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