Gigabyte B450 AORUS M w/ DDR4-2933, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, CrossFire / SLI

MX72991 B450 AORUS M w/ DDR4-2933, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, CrossFire / SLI
MX72991 B450 AORUS M w/ DDR4-2933, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, CrossFire / SLI MX72991 B450 AORUS M w/ DDR4-2933, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, CrossFire / SLI MX72991 B450 AORUS M w/ DDR4-2933, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, CrossFire / SLI MX72991 B450 AORUS M w/ DDR4-2933, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, CrossFire / SLI

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Average Rating: 3.6 / 5 With 5 Customer Reviews

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Sunday, July 26, 2020
By: Matt
From: Winnipeg

Great Budget Option

Strengths:

- Good value for the money - Multiple pcie slots spaced out to give your gpu breathing room - Pcie m.2 support - Frequent bios updates

Weaknesses:

- Overclocking is limited

Additional Comments:

It's a great budget option, but with a 2700 running at 3.9 ghz, an all core sustained avx load causes the vrms to throttle with good case airflow after a couple minutes. Any other load doesn't see this issue. Also was unable to get the vcore past 1.3 with any version of their bios that i loaded. If you buy a chip that draws less than 100 watts sustained then as long as you don't get a dud, you'll be very happy with your purchase.
Friday, May 08, 2020
By: Brian
From: Calgary

Issues fixed via BIOS downgrade

Strengths:

Works well, good looking board, most ports and headers well laid out, lots of features, BIOS and Windows utilities easy to use and well designed UI, support for standard RGB/W lighting as well as both 12V and 5V addressable RGB lighting

Weaknesses:

Quite short on overclocking options, M.2 takes up one PCIe slot, issue with latest BIOS at time of this review (F50)

Additional Comments:

Runs perfectly with a 2600X using just the built-in standard PBO2 and XFR2 for boost. However, there are limited OCing features compared to other boards for those who wish to do so, as well as a lack of options to actually adjust PBO/XFR options and thresholds to increase performance. When I initially got the board it was updated to the F50 BIOS which was the latest and I kept running into issues with the BIOS doing weird things and it would half the time not boot properly, however I downgraded both BIOS to the previous revision which is F42g and everything is working perfectly now. Since then it has been a solid board.
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
By: Trevor
From: Winnipeg

I Love Gigabyte... But Not This Board

Strengths:

A good looking board, with a great feature set that comes from one of the greatest companies in the PC industry, and its reasonably priced (especially on sale).

Weaknesses:

Gigabyte's overclocking "voltage offset" is bad. Not that it does not work (eventually), but it is bad engineering design, and not intuitive. This board does not have the greatest VRM design, but you get what you pay for. This is not an expensive board, so it does not have an expensive VRM Design. At least it does have a VRM heat sink, so it could be worse. The RGB implementation is not perfect. I'm not done trying yet but the LED on Gigabyte GTX1060 will not be recognized by Aorus or RGB Fusion (frustrating).

Additional Comments:

My r7 2700 did go to 4.0GHz at 1.27V and 61C during Intel burn test, but it was so painful to get there. My next build will not have voltage offset overclocking (regardless of brand). But if your not into overclocking, then it's a pretty good product.
Saturday, October 12, 2019
By: Ty
From: Calgary

Wouldn’t recommend.

Strengths:

Good board, looks good. Compact and has the basic needs.

Weaknesses:

I saw this problem with other aorus boards, the CPU led flashes, but there isn’t any problem with the cpu. I have tested my processor on a different board, and my power supply and the board seems to have an issue. Not the other components. Replaced battery, but the board does this red light thing the odd time, it seems as if it weren’t connected to power, was the trigger, but I don’t know.

Additional Comments:

Look for something else, not gigabyte.
Thursday, June 13, 2019
By: Max
From: CALGARY

Good

Strengths:

It works as advertised, not much else I guess

Weaknesses:

I've only used it for a week so far, so I don't know yet

Additional Comments:

Works well
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