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[eBay Plus] ASUS AM4 Mini-ITX ROG STRIX B550-I Gaming DDR4 Motherboard $287.20 Delivered @ Computer Alliance eBay


Way cheaper then what I bought mine for last month…

Note this board has a USB-C front panel connector port, for those cases with USB-C Ports (ie. NZXT H1 or H210).

  • AM4 socket: Ready for 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen processors
  • PCIe 4.0-ready, dual M.2, USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C plus HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.2 output support
  • Boasting futuristic aesthetics and intuitive ROG software
  • Ready to become your next compact gaming build.
  • With two M.2 slots

Link to Asus Product Page

Original Coupon Deal

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  • anyone on here have one of these? does the vrm fan always run?

    • +1

      Using the motherboard now. VRM fans aren't spinning.

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      I don't have one, but was close. Chose the Gigabyte B550i as is fanless.

      Reviews I read heavily on this board said fan does run silently, but if heavily loaded (I'm assuming overclocking, benchmarking etc) people complained about coil whine. The bigger downside of this board for me was the x570i has 8 USB ports, but this has just 4. I run too many devices to live with that cutback. Otherwise it's a great board apparently, though some complained about software update pace and issues

      edit: ^ @richardl info better, straight from an owner

      • I'm still debating which of these 2 boards to get.. What other pros/cons do they have?

        • If you don't need the USB-C Front Port connecter, go with the Gigabyte AORUS B550i.

          The Gigabyte board lights up and has more USB-A ports.

          • @RichardL: One reason I chose GB was their steel backplate. It strengthens for big air coolers, and also acts like a giant heatsink.

            I believe USB-C ports work fine with the GB front header, but only at USB 3.1 speed (5gbps) and not full USB 3.2 (10gbps). I don't have any devices that are able to saturate 3.1 yet.

            I thought RGB was a gimmick, but now I've got it I actually quite like it! Build incomplete, but some pics here with some notes about sizing challenges (

        • I got the gigabyte as I don't need the front panel usb c connector and overall reviews seem to point to the Gigabyte as a better option when they first came out. Firmware updates are quick to release also.

 Also cheaper then this deal soon.

          If you need the front panel USB C then you don't have an option and would have to pick this board.

          • @apok00: I don't need the front panel USB-c, as I'm about to build into the NR200p, but I also have a H1 that I could re-use for this system eventually (currently has my 6700k based system in it, I was leaning towards the NR200p for this new system, as is would be better cooling for a 30*0 card..)

    • I've got one in my NR200p and don't ever hear it, FWIW I've carried this AIO cpu cooler between 3 builds now, I've never noticed the light rattle it has before I moved to this build and installed Arctic P12's (running at 1000rpm). I can hear that rattle late at night, not anything else.

      You can disable the fan if you want to as well.

  • Good deal if you have Ebay Plus

  • Thanks OP, really tempted on this one.

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    darn you OP. I yolo'd this.

  • Thanks OP. Never seen this dropped below $300

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