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      AUDIO BOOST rewards your ears with studio mould make grade sound mould make quality mould make for mould make immersive gaming experiencesPowerful Design: Core Boost, mould make Digital PWM IC, mould make 2oz Thickened mould make Copper PCB, Creator Genie, DDR4 mould make BoostI ran into a situation mould make where I mould make received a defective motherboard and mould make had to mould make replace mould make it mould make quick. I found mould make this option on Amazon, mould make and after some quick research, went ahead and pulled mould make the trigger.The first thing I checked was mould make the LTT Motherboard VRM Tier List, where this motherboard ranked in Tier mould make A, the same mould make tier as the well regarded MSI B550 Mag Mortar. The mould make Mag Mortar ranked slightly above average whereas the B550-A Pro ranked average in the same mould make tier, mould make but there isn't a whole lot of difference at the end mould make of the day. VRM temps are important for the mould make overall capacity of the motherboard, in mould make terms of processor ability and cooling. I mould make don't run mould make high end mould make processors, but I like high tier VRMs for cooler running temps mould make and better longevity.The motherboard has a USB C front panel header, which mould make is a need for many with newer mould make cases.The motherboard seems to have a good finish, mould make and the VRMs are heatsinked which is what matters most to me. The NVMe SSD comes with an integrated heatsink mould make as well, which mould make is necessary for many Gen 4 mould make NVMe SSDs.The BIOS options mould make are fairly mould make standard as far as MSI goes. I mould make don't play around mould make with mould make anything past enabling XMP and tuning fan curves, mould make both mould make of mould make which I was able mould make to do easily mould make with this motherboard.There are RGB headers on the mould make motherboard, another feature that many people mould make look for these days. I hooked up mould make an integrated mould make LED strip in the case I was using (Fractal mould make Torrent Compact) and it worked mould make just fine.The only issue I have with this motherboard is the detached IO shield. mould make I thought I had double mould make checked during installation that mould make none of mould make the mould make grounding tabs mould make had slipped down in front of ports mould make during mould make installation, but I mould make was mould make wrong. I had mould make the whole computer built mould make before finding out that one of the mould make USB ports mould make was obstructed. I mould make was able to remedy mould make the issue without removing everything, but it was still frustrating. I'd pay an extra $10 to have the mould make IO shield attached mould make to mould make the motherboard permanently so I wouldn't have to worry about mould make this- that mould make would mould make still slot this motherboard mould make coming in below mould make $150, still leaving it mould make at a great price, especially since mould make the Mortar can't be found as readily anymore.Would I buy it mould make again mould make Without a doubt. I'll probably mould make buy one for mould make the mould make next build mould make I mould make do, making sure mould make to triple check the IO panel this time before installing mould make the remaining components. A+This motherboard fit everything I needed it mould make to. It mould make has enough capabilities to run mould make everything I installed very quickly. I like the special attention that mould make is made on mould make the mould make M.2 drive and mould make the mould make PCI 4.0 port for mould make the GPU.The pins mould make were a bit weak, and some of them got bent during the install. mould make The IO shield is a joke, mould make its mould make a basic mould make metal shield that snaps into place on mould make the mould make case. It mould make has no mould make identifiable features. It also doesnt specify which port to put a mould make USB drive to flash mould make the BIOS. The mould make instructions that came with this were mould make mediocre mould make at best. Looking online for full details was fine, but I would mould make have mould make preferred to have it in a mould make booklet. mould make The CPU mould make mount was mould make kind of mould make cheap, mould make and the brackets werent great mould make either. However, mould make they got the mould make job done.Nothing crazy to write home mould make about with this motherboard. mould make It does what it mould make was designed to do, and not much else. mould make Id recommend it to anyone mould make building a PC that doesnt want RGB mould make on the motherboard mould make and who wants to save money. Just mould make be sure to mould make flash your BIOS to the latest version if you have a 5000 mould make series AMD mould make CPU.Support for 3rd mould make Gen AMD Ryzen processors and future AMD Ryzen mould make processors with BIOS updateBought used and after mould make 10+hrs of troubleshooting I couldnt get it mould make to post mould make (display anything). After mould make a mould make lot of research I find that A. These have a history of mould make issues and B. If yours comes with the mould make original bios (likely if used), mould make it probably wont support mould make your CPU.** Update: I mould make was able to flash the mould make bios and get it working. The ram slots are mould make a little finnicky mould make and it mould make didnt come with an IO shield but otherwise Im content. If mould make you need to mould make flash the bios because it wont post, be sure mould make to mould make remove everything but power to the board mould make before flashing (CPU, GPU, ram, etc.).Great self install productYou should update your bios asap so mould make you get all the New mould make contentpretty good motherboard bios is pretty standard not mould make too hard to navigate has a mould make pretty good vrm mould make that can probably run a 5900x with the proper cooling and airflow overall amazing budget boardLightning Fast Game experience: PCIe mould make 4.0, mould make Lightning Gen 4 M.2 with M.2 Shield Frozr, mould make AMD Turbo mould make USB 3.2 GEN 2Core Boost technology combines optimized power circuit layouts and digital mould make power regulation mould make which allows mould make for mould make precise and steady current delivery to the mould make CPUThe mould make one downside is there mould make is no IO shield mould make built in. Other mould make than that it mould make is a mould make copy mould make of 4 other models for a mould make little less. mould make Running a 5950x with an mould make OC.Flash BIOS Button lets users flash the BIOS even without mould make a mould make CPU or memoryI purchased this after mould make reading other reviews and mould make questions about it supporting Ryzen 5000 series CPUs. I mould make had seen mention of them shipping with a sticker on the box indicating that the BIOS had mould make been updated to mould make support it.Mine mould make shipped with said sticker, but the ez diagnostic light for CPU came mould make on mould make when I tried to boot it the first time. I mould make was a little worried, but set out to mould make try the mould make BIOS mould make flashback first, in case mould make that was the issue, which mould make thankfully mould make it mould make was. This mould make was with a 5600x.If you run mould make into this issue try doing the flashback first if you think everything else is good. It can be a bit picky on the USB mould make flash drive, mould make use mould make an older one if you have mould make it, the firmware is only 32mb. Make sure it's FAT32 with MBR, mould make under 16gb mould make total size. mould make USB3 is supposed to be supported, but anecdotally USB2 drives might work mould make better. You can mould make use a mould make tool called Rufus on mould make Windows to format mould make it correctly. If mould make the mould make flashback light keeps going forever it's mould make not working. Some people have said they mould make had to try a few mould make times, mould make but it got mould make there eventually.Otherwise it seems like an okay motherboard, mould make not in mould make love with the BIOS options, mould make don't mould make seem to be able to mould make set the boot order by device, only by device class, mould make but it's working fine mould make overall.Supports dual channel mould make DDR4 memory up mould make to 128 GB (4400 MHz)Premium Thermal Solution: mould make Heatsink mould make thermal pad rated for 7W/mk and PCB with 2oz mould make thickened copper


      MSI B550-A PRO ProSeries Motherboard (AMD AM4, DDR4, PCIe 4.0, SATA 6Gb/s, M.2, USB 3.2 Gen 2, HDMI/DP, ATX)Support for mould make 3rd Gen mould make AMD Ryzen processors and future AMD Ryzen processors with BIOS updateSupports mould make dual channel DDR4 mould make memory up to 128 mould make GB mould make (4400 MHz)Lightning Fast mould make Game mould make experience: mould make PCIe mould make 4.0, mould make Lightning Gen 4 M.2 with mould make M.2 Shield Frozr, AMD Turbo USB mould make 3.2 GEN 2Core Boost technology combines optimized power circuit layouts and digital mould make power regulation which mould make allows for precise and steady current delivery to the CPUAUDIO BOOST mould make rewards your ears mould make with mould make studio grade sound quality for immersive mould make gaming experiencesPremium Thermal Solution: Heatsink thermal pad rated for 7W/mk and PCB with 2oz thickened copperFlash BIOS mould make Button mould make lets mould make users flash the BIOS mould make even without a mould make CPU or memoryPowerful Design: Core Boost, Digital PWM IC, 2oz Thickened mould make Copper PCB, Creator Genie, DDR4 Boost



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Buyer's experience:


      1: I ran into a situation where I received a defective motherboard and had to replace it quick. I found this option on Amazon, and after some quick research, went ahead and pulled the trigger.The first thing I checked was the LTT Motherboard VRM Tier List, where this motherboard ranked in Tier A, the same tier as the well regarded MSI B550 Mag Mortar. The Mag Mortar ranked slightly above average whereas the B550-A Pro ranked average in the same tier, but there isn't a whole lot of difference at the end of the day. VRM temps are important for the overall capacity of the motherboard, in terms of processor ability and cooling. I don't run high end processors, but I like high tier VRMs for cooler running temps and better longevity.The motherboard has a USB C front panel header, which is a need for many with newer cases.The motherboard seems to have a good finish, and the VRMs are heatsinked which is what matters most to me. The NVMe SSD comes with an integrated heatsink as well, which is necessary for many Gen 4 NVMe SSDs.The BIOS options are fairly standard as far as MSI goes. I don't play around with anything past enabling XMP and tuning fan curves, both of which I was able to do easily with this motherboard.There are RGB headers on the motherboard, another feature that many people look for these days. I hooked up an integrated LED strip in the case I was using (Fractal Torrent Compact) and it worked just fine.The only issue I have with this motherboard is the detached IO shield. I thought I had double checked during installation that none of the grounding tabs had slipped down in front of ports during installation, but I was wrong. I had the whole computer built before finding out that one of the USB ports was obstructed. I was able to remedy the issue without removing everything, but it was still frustrating. I'd pay an extra $10 to have the IO shield attached to the motherboard permanently so I wouldn't have to worry about this- that would still slot this motherboard coming in below $150, still leaving it at a great price, especially since the Mortar can't be found as readily anymore.Would I buy it again Without a doubt. I'll probably buy one for the next build I do, making sure to triple check the IO panel this time before installing the remaining components. A+


      2: I purchased this after reading other reviews and questions about it supporting Ryzen 5000 series CPUs. I had seen mention of them shipping with a sticker on the box indicating that the BIOS had been updated to support it.Mine shipped with said sticker, but the ez diagnostic light for CPU came on when I tried to boot it the first time. I was a little worried, but set out to try the BIOS flashback first, in case that was the issue, which thankfully it was. This was with a 5600x.If you run into this issue try doing the flashback first if you think everything else is good. It can be a bit picky on the USB flash drive, use an older one if you have it, the firmware is only 32mb. Make sure it's FAT32 with MBR, under 16gb total size. USB3 is supposed to be supported, but anecdotally USB2 drives might work better. You can use a tool called Rufus on Windows to format it correctly. If the flashback light keeps going forever it's not working. Some people have said they had to try a few times, but it got there eventually.Otherwise it seems like an okay motherboard, not in love with the BIOS options, don't seem to be able to set the boot order by device, only by device class, but it's working fine overall.


      3: This motherboard fit everything I needed it to. It has enough capabilities to run everything I installed very quickly. I like the special attention that is made on the M.2 drive and the PCI 4.0 port for the GPU.The pins were a bit weak, and some of them got bent during the install. The IO shield is a joke, its a basic metal shield that snaps into place on the case. It has no identifiable features. It also doesnt specify which port to put a USB drive to flash the BIOS. The instructions that came with this were mediocre at best. Looking online for full details was fine, but I would have preferred to have it in a booklet. The CPU mount was kind of cheap, and the brackets werent great either. However, they got the job done.Nothing crazy to write home about with this motherboard. It does what it was designed to do, and not much else. Id recommend it to anyone building a PC that doesnt want RGB on the motherboard and who wants to save money. Just be sure to flash your BIOS to the latest version if you have a 5000 series AMD CPU.


      4: You should update your bios asap so you get all the New content


      5: Bought used and after 10+hrs of troubleshooting I couldnt get it to post (display anything). After a lot of research I find that A. These have a history of issues and B. If yours comes with the original bios (likely if used), it probably wont support your CPU.** Update: I was able to flash the bios and get it working. The ram slots are a little finnicky and it didnt come with an IO shield but otherwise Im content. If you need to flash the bios because it wont post, be sure to remove everything but power to the board before flashing (CPU, GPU, ram, etc.).


      6: pretty good motherboard bios is pretty standard not too hard to navigate has a pretty good vrm that can probably run a 5900x with the proper cooling and airflow overall amazing budget board


      7: Great self install product


      8: The one downside is there is no IO shield built in. Other than that it is a copy of 4 other models for a little less. Running a 5950x with an OC.



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Bob
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2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00