what is a mid range board then ? some may consider The Asus TUF Gaming B650M-Plus Wi-Fi that he scoffed at in the link i posted, because of its price, but failed to define what he calls a mid range board. or even what features he considers make a mid range board.
sorry to say this, but the majority of his posts are anti amd based, which makes me think if this board that this thread is for were based on intel, he wouldn't be scoffing it it, or the tuf gaming b650m board either.
the The Asus TUF Gaming B650M-Plus Wi-Fi at the $230 in the other thread, is about $310 here which puts it price wise about mid range based on price, wether or not it is mid range, is up to the person shopping for a mid range board. personally, i wouldnt by that TUF board, i would rather spend the funds on a full ATX board, because of what i would want in a board, and mATX, is a board size i wouldnt get, as it doesnt have enough features for my needs.
as i ask him, what is your idea of a mid range board ? what features would you need on that board, and what price. in the end it seems like plane in the sky, wouldnt pay more then 50 bucks for ANY board, low end, or top of the line