Question Gigabyte AORUS Pro WIFI B450 AM4 ATX

Apr 9, 2019
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Hi, I am upgrading my 10+ year old computer so will probably be a long time before upgrading again.
So am after some opinions on whether this is a good motherboard.

I would like to be able to connect a M2 NVME SSD drive.
I have a Nvidia 1050 graphics card and soundblaster sound card, which I will continue to use.
Will be using a Ryzen CPU (The quickest I can afford)
Would like to be able to use the most upto date USB connection.

With the new Threadripper CPU's, does that mean the Ryzens will be discontinued? Should I be going for a Threadripper setup?

I would like to be able to play the odd game without having too turn all the settings down.

Thanks in advance
Gordon
 
It's yes to all questions in first part.
Threadripper is separate branch of Ryzen CPUs meant for servers and business use where CPU and number of cores is most important part and both branches are set to be continued.
 

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