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GIGABYTE A520M S2H mATX AM4 Motherboard $69 Delivered @ AZ eShop via Catch

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Supports 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen Processors
Supports AMD Ryzen(TM) 5000 Series/ 3rd Gen Ryzen(TM) and 3rd Gen Ryzen(TM) with Radeon(TM) Graphics Processors.
Dual Channel ECC/ Non-ECC Unbuffered DDR4, 2 DIMMs
DDR4 DIMM sockets supporting up to 64 GB (32 GB single DIMM capacity) of system memory.
4+3 Phases Pure Digital VRM Solution with Low RDS(on) MOSFETs
GIGABYTE UD series motherboards use a 4+3 phases pure digital PWM + Low RDS(on) MOSFETs design to support the 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen(TM) CPUs by offering incredible precision in delivering power to the motherboard's most power-hungry and energy-sensitive components as well as delivering enhanced system performance and ultimate hardware scalability.
Ultra-Fast NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 Connector
GIGABYTE Motherboards are focused on delivering M.2 technology to enthusiasts who want to maximize their system's potential.
GIGABYTE Exclusive 8118 Gaming LAN with Bandwidth Management
Realtek 8118 LAN is a high performance and friendly network chip for gaming players with automatic bandwidth allocation to ensure the highest network priority of the game or application. It can provide users the most comprehensive features and the fastest and smoothest Internet experience.
HDMI, DVI-D, D-sub Ports for Multiple Display
HDMI 2.1, which is backwards compatible with HDMI 2.0/ 1.4 and offering 48 Gb/s of bandwidth - twice times more than previous generation. This unlocks the potential for users to transfer multiple video streams, as well as a native cinematic 21:9 ratio (which most movies are shot in), Full HDR and HDCP 2.3 support, to offer the best visual experience for viewers.

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  • +2

    This B550 is not bad as well:

    https://www.yoos.com.au/gigabytemoba/1049.html

    Delivery is $10.

    • +2

      yeah, a good buy. The B550 chipset allows overclocking. The A520 does not.

      The b550m-s2h for $75 delivered is also worth considereing.

      https://www.pcbyte.com.au/p/gigabyte-amd-b550m-s2h-micro-atx...

      • Anything with 4 RAM slots?

        • I think you need to move to Gigabyte Aorus (ie gaming boards) for 4 slots these days. Still, many are under $100.

          Likewise, full ATX boards seem to be a thing of the past.

      • +1

        Considering picking this up, but there doesn't seem to be many Ryzen CPU deals going around?

    • +2

      Definitely get that B550 instead of this A520 if they're almost the same price

  • Both nice boards. Why the heck ITX boards are so expensive I'll never know.

    • +1

      While they take less material to make, there's also a lot less demand, so to make back their factory / engineering time they have to increase the price. (economies of scale or similar)

      • +1

        I think smaller is becoming the new mainstream. mATX seems to be where it's at right now

        • mATX is certainly the choice for budget motherboards. ‚Äč I don't imagine that ITX will become as mainstream as mATX though, as there are a lot of compromises for the size - pcie, m.2, sata, cooler sizes, only 2 sticks of ram, rear IO, etc, there just physically isn't enough space for standard features.

    • +2

      If you're interested in budget itx builds, you can fit the smaller mATX mobos and ATX power supplies into the nr200 itx cases

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