( 4.3 Average / 7 Ratings )
I was worried I'm gonna have compatibility issues with my APU and this Motherboard, but I was lucky that I found a guy to update it for free. It also supports dual memory channel which is important because I'm only using the integrated Vega 8 Graphics.
Good Mobo. Bad design with the SATA Ports. GPUs can block the last port leaving you with 3 ports. However it can overclock and I got mine 2000 Series ready from amazon
Although it comes preloaded (as of May I believe) with the bios updates to run Ryzen 2xxx series. It has a severe drawback on RAM compatibility, YES it will run 16gb (2x8GB) 3200mhz ddr4, BUT it will not run 32GB (4x8gb) in all 4 slots at 3200mhz (at least not stable). If you are looking to go past 16gb I would recommend one of their gaming MOBOs.
Basic motherboard. Seems to work just fine. Got it for the price, B350, and the 4 RAM slots.
This is a lackluster motherboard with not much I/O but for my needs it is perfect. Cheap, no frills, M.2, and is black.
I had this for a different build before, but it didn't actually get used for that. It only has one case fan header, and is quite picky about RAM - make sure you check Gigabyte's website for supported memory. Those are my only real complaints, though. For good news, it has four RAM slots and a fair layout.
Fun fact, it's actually an X370 board even though it's branded as B350. It just doesn't have a lot of features you'd expect from X370.
Beautifullly astehic for a micro atx, probably not going to upgrade this board since it has so many upgrade options available for me down the line already