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ASUS AMD AM4 B450 ATX Gaming Motherboard,DDR4,AM4,Strix B450-F

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Brand ASUS
CPU socket AM4
RAM memory technology DDR4
Compatible processors AMD Ryzen processors
Chipset type AMD B450

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  • AM4 socket: Ready for AMD Ryzen processors
  • Fast memory and storage: Dual-channel DDR4 3200MHz (OC) and NVM Express RAID supported
  • Aura Sync RGB: Synchronize LED lighting with a vast portfolio of compatible PC gear
  • Gaming connectivity: Dual M.2 and USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A connectors
  • Gaming networking: Intel Gigabit Ethernet, plus ASUS LANGuard and Game First technologies
  • Warranty: This is an AU version with Australian warranty and support

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Size Name:B450  |  Style Name:ROG Strix B450-F Gaming ATX

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The ROG Strix B450-F Gaming motherboard features firmware controls and software utilities crafted for all skill levels, making the first-time setup, tuning and system maintenance simple. With options from overclocking and cooling to managing network performance and audio characteristics, you can configure your ROG Strix gaming build to perform the way you want. A host of design touches, customization options, comprehensive validation lists and the most diverse ecosystem of components in the industry make building and personalizing a gaming rig with ROG Strix B450-F Gaming wonderfully easy. The ROG Strix B450-F Gaming motherboard features firmware controls and software utilities crafted for all skill levels, making the first-time setup, tuning and system maintenance simple. With options from overclocking and cooling to managing network performance and audio characteristics, you can configure your ROG Strix gaming build to perform the way you want.

Set Contains:

Motherboard‚User Guide‚Supporting Disk‚4 x SATA Data cables‚2 x M.2 Screw Package‚1 x Extension cable for RGB strips (80cm)‚1 x Strix door hanger‚1 x ROG Strix stickers‚1 x Cable tie package‚1 x Replaceable PCH nameplate


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Reviewed in Australia on 6 August 2020
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Reviewed in Australia on 21 October 2020
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Reviewed in Australia on 1 January 2021
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Reviewed in Australia on 21 March 2021
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1.0 out of 5 stars Low life expectancy
By Jesse on 21 March 2021
6 months old!!! if that, is giving me a dram issue but have swapped out for new ram, and still not fixed,
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5.0 out of 5 stars The daddy of motherboards
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 September 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars The daddy of motherboards
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 September 2018
I recently sold my old Intel based 4790k system with the intention of upgrading to something a little more future proof, and importantly, faster. After doing a lot of research I decided to be daring and make a move over to the red team! This was for a few reasons. AMD at the moment just represents far better value for money, power for pound. The AM4 platform has also matured to a level where it is robust and reliable, so no longer an unknown quantity as was the case when it first launched. AMD are also promising that the AM4 platform will be around until at least 2020, whereas Intel are rumoured to be dropping socket 1151 after the 9th gen CPU’s are launched in the near future.
Red team decided, I quickly opted for a Ryzen 5 2600 processor. With Amazon’s pricing at the time of purchase it was amazing value for money. The question though, which motherboard to slot it into!

Again I donned my research cap and settled on the Asus ROG Strix B450-F gaming motherboard, and with good reason. The B450 platform offers almost all the advantages you would get from the new X470 platform, but with a significant cost saving. You lose some functionality such as less USB ports and SLI compatibility, but get access to precision overboost overdrive and Store MI. That’s not to mention guaranteed support for second gen Ryzen CPU’s. If you have the cash I would recommend getting an X470 board, but if you want value for money, or a good system on a budget, then B450 is the obvious choice.

The board was a pleasure to work with when building a new system. I have been self-building systems for 22 years and off the top of my head I cannot think of a board I’ve worked with that was more intuitive. Observations include:

Fan headers are just ‘in the right place’. There’s a selection close to the CPU, but also close to where rear mounted fans would go. Additional headers can be found at the top (perfect for AIO solutions), and also at the bottom which works well for both bottom and front mounted cooling solutions. Also, whilst I can’t speak for others, the RBG headers were perfectly located for my needs (top and bottom of the board).

All 6 SATA ports are mounted perpendicular to the motherboard, which places less stress on the SATA connections and is also better for good cable management.

The IO shield is already connected as part of the motherboard; this is a small but useful feature. You’re less likely to misplace it (it happens), and less likely to cut your fingers on the sharp edges (it happens).

Port selection is very good. There are more than enough connections on the motherboard, with a sufficient amount of headers for additional connectivity.

Two M.2 slots. On a board of this level and price I would expect to see a single M.2 slot, but to have two is a real treat. However note that when populating the second M.2 it drops the speed of the PCI-E lane for your GPU from 16x to 8x. This translates to a performance loss of under 1% (Source – Gamers Nexus), so it’s not really anything to worry about.

The Aura RGB looks absolutely lovely. The on-board RGB close to the IO shield can be set to light up all the time, or just when the system is on, which is a nice touch. My CoolerMaster AIO cooler also has RGB and synced to the motherboard automatically with no set-up required. The Asus Aura software is excellent too; it even lets me Sync with my Philips Hue lights!

Overall this board ticks all the boxes. It’s relatively cheap, I’d say it hits the premium budget category, but it’s still a step up from an Asus Prime motherboard. It’s comprehensively kitted out and features a chipset that won’t leave you regretting the purchase. Overclocking is impressive too. When running 3DMark the motherboard automatically boosted by CPU to 4.2GHz, which is the level most overclockers see with their 2600’s running more expensive X470 chipsets. One thing of note, for dual channel memory use slots 2 and 4, not 1 and 3.

The motherboard and CPU should see me all the way to 2020 without incident. Then unlike Intel I will be able to swap the CPU for the best one around in 2020 and continue to benefit for a few additional years.

TL;DR - This is a great board, buy with confidence.
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Alex Williams
1.0 out of 5 stars Faulty, no option to replace
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 February 2019
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2.0 out of 5 stars Asus ROG Strix B450-F ( Achtung mit BIOS Updates!!! )
Reviewed in Germany on 23 February 2019
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2.0 out of 5 stars Asus ROG Strix B450-F ( Achtung mit BIOS Updates!!! )
Reviewed in Germany on 23 February 2019
Ich war auf der Suche nach einem AM4-Board, welches auch für den zweiten M.2 Port PCIe3 x4 zur Verfügung stellen kann. Genau dies ist hier der Fall! D.h. auch eine zweite M.2 NVMe Disk wird mit x4 angesprochen. Mit einer Samsung 970 EVO Plus sind Lese und Schreibraten von 3500MB/s mit beiden M.2 Steckplätzen problemlos möglich. Kopieren von einer auf die M.2 SSD wird immerhin noch mit ca. 1.8GB/s erledigt.
Mit Ryzen7 1700, GeForce GT 1030, Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB und 2x Samsung NVMe SSD 970 Plus ein anständiges System für HyperV !
Der Preis hat auch gestimmt und somit volle Kaufempfehlung!

Update 09.08.2019
Ich muss hier leider von 5 auf 2 Sterne reduzieren.Grund ist die Art und Weise wie Asus BIOS Updates supported.
Bis zur Version 2202 funktionierte der eingesetzte Speicher ( Corsair 4x16GB CMK32GX4M2B3000C15 mit 2666MHz ) ohne Probleme. Mit 64GB lief das System monatelang stabil.

Dies änderte sich schlagartig mit dem BIOS Update auf Version 2501.

Mit 64GB war das System nicht mehr zu verwenden. Stabil war es nur noch mit 16GB ( also nur ein DDR4 Speicher ). Mit 32GB war Arbeiten ein reines Glücksspiel. Selbst das Drosseln der MHz brachte keine Besserung.
Ein erneuter Blick auf die QVL zeigte, exakt dieser Speicher war dort auf einmal nur noch mit 1 DIMM gelistet. Dies war vorher definitiv nicht der Fall. 2x16GB war mit 3000MHz gelistet und 4x16GB mit 2666MHz. Diese Konstellation wurde offensichtlich einfach entfernt. Die Aktualität der Liste allerdings auf Mitte 2018 belassen.
Na gut, dann eben kein neues BIOS. Das alte einfach zurückspielen und fertig. Und genau dort war der Haken: Ein Downgrade wurde nicht zugelassen! Es kam die Meldung "the selected file is not a proper bios!".
USB Flashback stand nicht zur Verfügung und somit war das System für gute drei Tage nicht mehr zu verwenden. Der Support von ASUS schweigt bis heute.
Nur durch Zufall fand ich die Möglichkeit über ein USB-Bootstick mit einem Tool von 2012 wieder das alte BIOS aufzuspielen. Und siehe da, alles läuft wieder stabil wie zuvor!
Wer ein ähnliches Problem haben sollte einfach mal nach AFUDOS.EXE suchen. Es gibt mehrere Anleitungen dazu. Bei mir hat es, Gott sei Dank, auf Anhieb funktioniert. Version 2202 konnte problemlos wieder eingespielt werden.
In diversen Foren kann man lesen, dass wohl die zusätzliche Unterstützung der neuen Ryzen7 CPU zu Platzproblemen führt und man die Grenze der zur Verfügung stehenden 16MB BIOS Flash gekommen ist. Man kann nur annehmen, dass deswegen Unterstützung von Features bzw. Hardware entfernt wurde. Anders lässt sich das meine Meinung nach nicht erklären.
Nur noch 2 Sterne wegen der aktiven Verweigerung ein altes BIOS aufspielen zu können, und der bis jetzt nicht vorhandenen Unterstützung (Support) von ASUS. Nur der erste positive Eindruck bewahrt dieses Board vor nur einem Stern. Schade eigentlich.
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Mario
5.0 out of 5 stars Top Board
Reviewed in Germany on 27 June 2020
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Christian
1.0 out of 5 stars Vorsicht in Verbindung mit PoE-Switchen
Reviewed in Germany on 14 February 2019
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