[SOLVED] Will i be able to get maximum potential with B450M PRO-VDH MAX

Karadjgne

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Yes. It's not just the upgradability to consider. The MAX was revamped around the 3000 chipsets from its original design, little tweaks here and there. The difference being the Tomahawk is a step up in class from the Pro-VDH. Better VRM's, better phase control, better heatsinking etc. Figure on the Tomahawk being a little more Heavy Duty.

The Pro-VDH is perfect for a plug-n-play budget 3600 build, but if you plan on the abuse OC can wield, a stronger board will have better results and longetivity.
 
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Karadjgne

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Yes. It's not just the upgradability to consider. The MAX was revamped around the 3000 chipsets from its original design, little tweaks here and there. The difference being the Tomahawk is a step up in class from the Pro-VDH. Better VRM's, better phase control, better heatsinking etc. Figure on the Tomahawk being a little more Heavy Duty.

The Pro-VDH is perfect for a plug-n-play budget 3600 build, but if you plan on the abuse OC can wield, a stronger board will have better results and longetivity.
 
Reactions: Hardoboiled
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Yes. It's not just the upgradability to consider. The MAX was revamped around the 3000 chipsets from its original design, little tweaks here and there. The difference being the Tomahawk is a step up in class from the Pro-VDH. Better VRM's, better phase control, better heatsinking etc. Figure on the Tomahawk being a little more Heavy Duty.

The Pro-VDH is perfect for a plug-n-play budget 3600 build, but if you plan on the abuse OC can wield, a stronger board will have better results and longetivity.
Thank you for the help and the quick reply, I'll be building in a few weeks. I'll have to think about investing a little more for the Tomahawk
 

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