( 3.5 Average / 2 Ratings )
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Maybe in the future this board can/will be improved. A very limited (in function) release bios and slow updates from Asus keeps this board from being a very good budget board. In most cases, this probably won't be close to an honorable mention.
Given the lack of support and functions, I was still able to navigate through the bios and achieve a decent overclock (see cooler review for more details).
Great value, for 100$ you get a board that overclocks ryzen chips pretty nicely. Out of the box I was able to get my ryzen 1700 to 3.85ghz with this board.
Yes the earlier versions had the bios pretty empty but the current version (0606) has all the features you need, With the recent addition to a SMT toggle, saving overclock profiles, etc.
The one thing I noticed is that the x370 models and the msi tomahawk b350 boards allowed you to set a fixed voltage manually, where as this Prime B350-plus allows you to apply a positive or negative offset. Personally I prefer using offsets.
If your running a single GPU setup this board will be more than enough. I highly recommend a custom overclock and not Asus's performance mode which applies an auto 3.3ghz overclock. Also there has been several bios updates already, One of the first to get the AGESA 22.214.171.124a microcode update that came out on April 7th.