ASUS reveals their B350M- Plus TUF Gaming Motherboard

It's time to get TUF on AM4!

ASUS reveals their B350M- Plus TUG Gaming Motherboard

ASUS reveals their B350M- Plus TUF Gaming Motherboard

 

ASUS has introduced their first AM4 motherboard under their TUF brand, the B350M-Plus TUF Gaming, which is built on using a MATX form factor and comes with all the features that a gamer needs for a solid AM4 gaming rig.   

This motherboard will feature four DDR4 DIMM slots, support for a single M.2 SSD, six SATA 6Gb/s slots and with VRM cooling, which should help users of this board overclock their chosen CPU safely. 

The rear I/O of this motherboard will include two USB 3.1 ports (both type-A), with HDMI, VGA and DVI display outputs for use with AMD APUs. These display outputs will be inactive when used with a Ryzen 3,5 or 7 CPU, as these models lack an internal GPU solution. 

 

ASUS reveals their B350M- Plus TUG Gaming Motherboard

  

ASUS has not confirmed the pricing of this motherboard, though it is expected to release with a price point of below £100. 

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' B350M-Plus TUF Gaming Motherboard on the OC3D Forums

 

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31-08-2017, 10:07:11

HJ1mech
Nice! Now do an X370 version and for God's sake an X370 itx..... Please AsusQuote

31-08-2017, 11:00:58

AlienALX
Dunno about the yellow.... Seems they want to take on the Mortar by MSI. Shame it wasn't just all black really.Quote

31-08-2017, 17:49:51

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by HJ1mech View Post
Nice! Now do an X370 version and for God's sake an X370 itx..... Please Asus
This ASUS, please! ... Btw HJ1mech, an birdie told me that ROG will release an ITX AM4 board in around Q3/Q4 Quote

31-08-2017, 21:02:58

HJ1mech
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
This ASUS, please! ... Btw HJ1mech, an birdie told me that ROG will release an ITX AM4 board in around Q3/Q4
Good I hope so!! I have my own itx conversion as well as 2 different Ryzen 3 systems for friends literally waiting on that board. If it's not out by end of October then will probably have to use the new Coffee Lake stuff.Quote
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