AsRock vs MSI vs Gigabyte aorus for ITX build

JusaMastrr

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So, I want to build a mini itx PC. I'm on budget so I cant go with asus, its more expensive than these I mentioned up. I wont be overclocking, but will be upgrading the components in the future.
I will use AMD Ryzen 3 2200G
Dual channel hyperx predator 3000 MHz
No gpu, but will put an rx 580 4/8 gb or gtx 1060 3gb in close future (or some rtx if I find good deal)
I will be upgrading to ryzen 7 3700 or 4700 after 2 to 3 years. On this pc I will play 1080p light gaming, illustrator, animating and some photoshop. I dont need super fast pc. Im not that professional.

The motherbosrds I was thinking were:
Gigabyte b450 i aorus pro wi fi rev 1.0
Msi b450i gaming plus ac
Asrock fatal1ty b450 gaming itx/ac

So whats the best mobo for ryzen 3 2200g, and for future upgrades. (Ryzen 7 3700)

Btw, I was thinking to get 4k asus MG28UQ, will it be a good with this pc, and the pc that will be upgraded to? Will I have any issues

My other parts for this pc:
Case NZXT H200
Psu EVGA G3 550w 80+ gold
Motherboard-you fill this gap
Cpu ryzen 3 2200g
Ram hyperx predator 3000 MHz 2x4gb
Storage single NVME M.2 ssd samsung 970 evo 500gb.
Thanks.
 

ohenryy

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The best brands for ITX motherboards are Asus and Asrock, have one Fatal1ty on my living room tiny PC for the kids and it's great. I actually have it overclocked, couldnt resist.. :D
But now back to the subject, the ITX fatal1ty is a good solid board and like you said has good price as it's as reliable as the asus.
 

JusaMastrr

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So its better than msi and gigabyte, even when I upgrade the bios after 2 years and replace the ryzen 2200g with a ryzen 7 3700 or 4700? The prices in my country of these three cards are exactly the same.
 

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