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my old Asus board I paid 59 for trying to cheap out same with the cup knowing Zen was coming, I built my current pc in Dec of 2015, but it won't even play froze right anymore, as for the Asus am4 I saw that link it would worry me if I had it

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157759&ignorebbr=1

If i were to buy a buget board i would get something like this.

Some of the reviews are dumb. One guy bricked his motherboard with a Bios update from windows. You shouldn't update Bios from windows for this reason. Another complained about XMP (An intel technology) not working with an AMD board. There was 1 DOA, but you will always get that with any board you ever order there will likely be 1 DOA.
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Don't even consider a MSI board on Ryzen, they are a time bomb, in my job we are having a lots of RMA.
ASUS seems to work good at least the models tried, but out the box most board are a buggy mess, you need to update the BIOS !.
I support the idea of a Ryzen 1600 but with a B350. Only a two PCI-E 2.0 lines less and no SLI but the rest is the same compared to a X370.
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post #13 of 27
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A lot of people have actually been having issues with that board. I've been in the Ryzen thread for over a month now, and there is another thread active on the forums right now of another user that has this board that won't post. Asus wasn't named but one of the vendors was complaining about the time given to prepare motherboards. All of the issues with this particular board points that finger at Asus as the one complaining. While i would certainly recommend the crosshair still for a non budget build i do not think that i could let another user purchase this board at this point in time. That being said i don't think any of the boards have issues delivering power to Ryzen. My R7 1700x for example uses like 110-130w with 1.364v applied to it. If you use a 1600 it would use even less. I don't think the power delivery system will be an issue unless you want to go 4.2Ghz +, but i don't think you will be. You'd honestly be fine with any B350 as long as you don't need SLi

http://www.overclock.net/t/1629262/amd-ryzen-build-wont-post/0_30#post_26058295

Edit: (With AM3+ and Bulldozer you had CPU's pulling 220W at stock. That is not the case with Ryzen. The 1600 is a 65W CPU at stock. This is why the motherboard power delivery isn't AS important.)

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Don't even consider a MSI board on Ryzen, they are a time bomb, in my job we are having a lots of RMA.
ASUS seems to work good at least the models tried, but out the box most board are a buggy mess, you need to update the BIOS !.
I support the idea of a Ryzen 1600 but with a B350. Only a two PCI-E 2.0 lines less and no SLI but the rest is the same compared to a X370.

Man... Choosing motherboard and ram for Ryzen seems to be a real nightmare !
I read everywhere people having problems with this or that mobo/ram and now here again one should avoid the Asus Prime X370 while reviews say it's one of the best deal on x370 chipset ! The MSI now seem to be to avoid, when I check on the Gigabyte thread it's the same thing with people having issues. Then the x370 board that seems the most "problem free" is the 300 bucks crosshair.
Should I even start talking about the ram ? Or how one should absolutely buy some Samsung B-Die equipped ram which are of course... overpriced ! Otherwise it's wether not compatible or low frequencies which hurt the cpu performances.
Considering all that I wonder if going to the more exepensive Intel i7 7700k is not much more hassle free ?

I'm not saying this to troll or kill the thread in anyway but it's like a real nightmare to safely chose the right mobo/ram for Ryzen, or lottery if you prefer.
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post #14 of 27
it's not difficult, get the Asus x370, and any ram that's on its approved list and your done.

The ram "nightmare" is a generic dual/single rank issue with each generation that has been there since.. decades.. ye i think i can use this word now because manufacturers don't specify this characteristic for some reason and you run into all kinds of problems if you use the wrong one and/or want more performance, depending on which is better this generation. Manufacturers are laughing their asses off probably.
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Man... Choosing motherboard and ram for Ryzen seems to be a real nightmare !
I read everywhere people having problems with this or that mobo/ram and now here again one should avoid the Asus Prime X370 while reviews say it's one of the best deal on x370 chipset ! The MSI now seem to be to avoid, when I check on the Gigabyte thread it's the same thing with people having issues. Then the x370 board that seems the most "problem free" is the 300 bucks crosshair.
Should I even start talking about the ram ? Or how one should absolutely buy some Samsung B-Die equipped ram which are of course... overpriced ! Otherwise it's wether not compatible or low frequencies which hurt the cpu performances.
Considering all that I wonder if going to the more exepensive Intel i7 7700k is not much more hassle free ?

I'm not saying this to troll or kill the thread in anyway but it's like a real nightmare to safely chose the right mobo/ram for Ryzen, or lottery if you prefer.

My X370GT7 has been problem free. I just don't have RAM on the QVL list. That being said i'm getting 2666 out of 32GB in a 4X8GB config. Which is rare, and better than most cases. This however is an AMD issue, not a Biostar issue. @$179.99 its a pretty good bargain. More VRM's than the Prime x370 i think also.
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Hmm Im not sure what to think or get now
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Hmm Im not sure what to think or get now

What's your budget?
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$500 im redoing the cpu, mobo and getting ddr4 ram
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What's your budget?
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I too am looking to upgrade so these types of threads are very helpful. I'm upgrading from a 1090T and Asus Crosshair V Formula Z Motherboard.
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motherboard: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157769&cm_re=asrock_x370-_-13-157-769-_-Product
cpu: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113435&cm_re=1600-_-19-113-435-_-Product
ram: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231941&cm_re=ddr4-_-20-231-941-_-Product
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