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  1. ENTERPRISE's post in Do or don't, B350 vs B550 was marked as the answer   
    Reading your post the benefits to upgrading are:
     
    1. PCIe 4
    2. Extra NVMe 
    3. Future CPU pathway.
     
    It sounds like you have a nicely tuned system as it is and you are not having any issues with it. Unless you really want or need any of the above 3 points, I would not upgrade.
     
    I mean the upgrade is relatively cheap but you have to factor in time to re-tune the system as well. Not always just about the cost in $.
     
    I would personally leave it. Your only missed benefit is PCIe 4, but unless you are needing faster NVMe drives, there is no point. GPU,s do not really benefit from PCIe 4 yet in and meaningful way.
     
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