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    Asus and Gigabyte announce B450 motherboard series

    New models support the full spectrum of AMD Ryzen processors and StoreMI technology.
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    Re: Asus and Gigabyte announce B450 motherboard series

    Out of curiosity, will these boards still support the old A 9XXX Bristol Ridge APUs? There was talk of newer boards dropping support as there was not enough room on the BIOS for all the info needed for them all

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    Re: Asus and Gigabyte announce B450 motherboard series

    It doesn't look like it. The cpu support list for the Asus Prime B450-Plus is here and only has Ryzen cpu's on it. It's the same for the rest of the Asus boards and you can see the details of all of them on Asus Website here. Gigabyte's boards don't support them either as can be seen by the B450M DS3H cpu support list which is the same as all the others. Maybe they will be added as the bios matures. You can see the full details of the Gigabyte B450 boards here.

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    Re: Asus and Gigabyte announce B450 motherboard series

    Networking speed on motherboards is starting to annoy me. You get lots of very fast USB3 ports, lots of fast SATA ports, and a network port stuck at 1Gbps. I was hoping the 5GbE standard would be cheap enough for boards like this.

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