( 4.1 Average / 8 Ratings )
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rgb header could have been closer to the cpu fan header, other then that bios was fairly easy to use.
Great motherboard, lots of features that make this a mid-higher end motherboard for a non-premium price. Also, it's micro ATX which made it easy for me to fit into my case.
it has led on the back.
the gpu cuts of a pci-e port
Compared to the mobo in my old HP Pavillion, this board seems pretty limited; that said it's fine for my needs.
A solid budget mobo with a decent bios. Meets expectations.
Second time I've used this motherboard and it seems to be reliable. It only has one case fan header (4 PIN) which kinda sucks but I can look past it. Overall it's a great board for someone looking to get into the AM4 platform.
A decent and Cheap AM4 Motherboard, as its a 350m model there are newer and better revisions and boards, but for the time (at Ryzen Release) this has a flashing light when off which is interesting from Asus, had a bit of issues at launch to get the right memory timings but over time with better bios that was solved.
Giving it a 4/5 mainly due to that, and the location of the FAN power cable from the board is far too close to the left side of the Motherboard while I prefer them to be on the bottom for cable management sake.
If found for the right price this is a decent board to get ahold of. I pulled this one out of a pre-built CyberPowerPC. A little bit of dusting off plus a BIOS update and this thing runs great. Single fan header is really the only reason for 4 stars. Board does perform well I have an Athlon 200GE OC'ed at 3.8 GHz.