Question wich is the best of these motherboards?

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The mothers are : Gigabyte B450 Aorus Pro WIFI, Asus ROG STRIX B450-F, Asrock X470 Master SLI and Asus TUF X470 Plus.
The prices are 150, 170, 180 and 175 dolars respectively
They are for a ryzen 3600 with overclock to 4.4/4.5 Ghz or ryzen 3700x
 
The mothers are : Gigabyte B450 Aorus Pro WIFI, Asus ROG STRIX B450-F, Asrock X470 Master SLI and Asus TUF X470 Plus.
The prices are 150, 170, 180 and 175 dolars respectively
They are for a ryzen 3600 with overclock to 4.4/4.5 Ghz or ryzen 3700x
Assuming your concern is VRM robustness I'd say the Asrock X470 Master SLI, and would add to absolutely avoid the Asus and Gigabyte boards.

But I'm mostly curious about what makes you so confident you'll achieve even a 4.4Ghz overclock on a 3600... or 3700X for that matter....much less 4.5Ghz.
 
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Assuming your concern is VRM robustness I'd say the Asrock X470 Master SLI, and would add to absolutely avoid the Asus and Gigabyte boards.

But I'm mostly curious about what makes you so confident you'll achieve even a 4.4Ghz overclock on a 3600... or 3700X for that matter....much less 4.5Ghz.
yes I am not so sure about the overclock, (in 3700x I will not do it) but one question: what other mothers are wrong with.
I also take into account the usb and the audio and sli and crossfire I will not do.
postscript: it is for a pc with a ryzen 3600 / 3700x 16 gb of ram at 3200 / 3600mhz and an asus rog / nitro + / gigabite oc 5700 xt
 
Of those boards the Asrock board has a strong VRM with 4 FET's (2 lo-side and 2 hi-side) for each phase. The Gigabyte and Asus boards have only one hi-side FET.

For a 3600, if you give up the idea of trying to get 4.4Ghz manual all-core, they'd probably work well enough though. Look at features you like to pick which is a favorite for that. I'm just focusing on a strong VRM that would run cool for a heavy overclock.

And as far as the asrock fatal1ty x470 .... i'd say it's overkill for a 3600. Unless you like the features, of course. It comes down to features if you aren't doing crazy all-core overclocking attempts.
 
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Of those boards the Asrock board has a strong VRM with 4 FET's (2 lo-side and 2 hi-side) for each phase. The Gigabyte and Asus boards have only one hi-side FET.

For a 3600, if you give up the idea of trying to get 4.4Ghz manual all-core, they'd probably work well enough though. Look at features you like to pick which is a favorite for that. I'm just focusing on a strong VRM that would run cool for a heavy overclock.

And as far as the asrock fatal1ty x470 .... i'd say it's overkill for a 3600. Unless you like the features, of course. It comes down to features if you aren't doing crazy all-core overclocking attempts.
Yes, but would you tell me the characteristics of ports if they are enough and all that I don't know much about the subject?
 

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