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cheap AMD mobo?


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Just bought a 3700x after seeing one pop up on ebay for a decent price. Now I need to find a mobo for it. I'm not too familiar with AMD, this will be my first time using AMD for my personal computer. 

 

 

Looking for something that:

 

can do some light overclocking, but as I understand ryzen 3000 doesn't OC much anyway so doesn't need to be high end.

 

Has two m.2 slots and PCIe 4.0

 

Has room for two PCIe cards (sound card and bluetooth 5.0 card)

 

 

That's pretty much it. I've seen a couple ASrock boards that are cheap and have two m.2 slots but I've never owned an ASrock board before as I've always thought of them as being a little too cheap. 


Any suggestions or info would be much appreciated! 

 

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33 minutes ago, UltraMega said:

Just bought a 3700x after seeing one pop up on ebay for a decent price. Now I need to find a mobo for it. I'm not too familiar with AMD, this will be my first time using AMD for my personal computer. 

 

 

Looking for something that:

 

can do some light overclocking, but as I understand ryzen 3000 doesn't OC much anyway so doesn't need to be high end.

 

Has two m.2 slots and PCIe 4.0

 

Has room for two PCIe cards (sound card and bluetooth 5.0 card)

 

 

That's pretty much it. I've seen a couple ASrock boards that are cheap and have two m.2 slots but I've never owned an ASrock board before as I've always thought of them as being a little too cheap. 


Any suggestions or info would be much appreciated! 

 

 I had nothing but problems with the 1AS rock board that I bought 2nd hand

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