Question Recommendation for Motherboard for Developing in Ubuntu.

Apr 3, 2022
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In these weeks is possible to buy a new PC Desktop, I have the following models about the motherboard:
  • Motherboard Gigabyte B460M DS3H V2 (rev. 1.0) LGA1200, VGA, DVI-D, HDMI
  • MB MS B460MPRO-VDH WIFI SVL D4
  • MB GB H410M H V3 S/V/L DDR4
  • Motherboard MSI B560M PRO-VDH, Intel B560, LGA1200, DDR4, HDMI, DVI-D, 4
  • Motherboard Asus Prime B560M-A, Intel B560, LGA1200, DDR4, LAN,
  • MB MS H510M-APRO S/V/L DDR4
What could be your best recommendation based on:
  • It is for Developing only for Linux Ubuntu Desktop 20.04 and forward (VirtualBox is going to be used to load Virtual Machine for Ubuntu Server)
  • Should be possible have two monitors at time, based with "extended"
  • Should support Intel Processor with minimum of 8 cores
  • Should support until 64 GB
Extra tricky question: What is in general in these latest years, the recommended manufacturer, asus? and why?
 

kanewolf

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In these weeks is possible to buy a new PC Desktop, I have the following models about the motherboard:
  • Motherboard Gigabyte B460M DS3H V2 (rev. 1.0) LGA1200, VGA, DVI-D, HDMI
  • MB MS B460MPRO-VDH WIFI SVL D4
  • MB GB H410M H V3 S/V/L DDR4
  • Motherboard MSI B560M PRO-VDH, Intel B560, LGA1200, DDR4, HDMI, DVI-D, 4
  • Motherboard Asus Prime B560M-A, Intel B560, LGA1200, DDR4, LAN,
  • MB MS H510M-APRO S/V/L DDR4
What could be your best recommendation based on:
  • It is for Developing only for Linux Ubuntu Desktop 20.04 and forward (VirtualBox is going to be used to load Virtual Machine for Ubuntu Server)
  • Should be possible have two monitors at time, based with "extended"
  • Should support Intel Processor with minimum of 8 cores
  • Should support until 64 GB
Extra tricky question: What is in general in these latest years, the recommended manufacturer, asus? and why?
Have you searched to see if each of your specific motherboards have successfully had 20.04 installed? Linux support is behind Windows. The latest motherboards may not support the OS you want.
 
Apr 3, 2022
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The Ubuntu/Linux forums are most based for software. This kind of questions in that networks are not very common and practically there are no feedback.

I created a post in that networks for the "Motherboard Asus Prime B560M-A, Intel B560, LGA1200, DDR4, LAN " motherboard. No reply so far.
 

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