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ASUS PRIME B250-PLUS LGA1151 DDR4 HDMI DVI VGA M.2 B250 ATX Motherboard with USB 3.1

ASUS PRIME B250-PLUS LGA1151 DDR4 HDMI DVI VGA M.2 B250 ATX Motherboard with USB 3.1

ASUS PRIME B250-PLUS LGA1151 DDR4 HDMI DVI VGA M.2 B250 ATX Motherboard with USB 3.1

  • Maximize your connectivity and speed with integrated Dual M.2 slots with Intel Optane Memory compatibility, front panel USB 3.0 and a rear USB 3.1 Type C connection
  • 5X Protection III Hardware-level safeguards provide component longevity and reliability
  • FanXpert 2 PLUS delivers advanced fan controls for dynamic cooling
  • Dual Patent-pending Safe Slot Core fortified PCIe slot prevents damage caused by heavyweight GPUs
  • On-board 3D-printing mounts for creating unique designs on your customized build

Ready for 7th generation Intel Core processors, the Prime B250-PLUS delivers customizable performance. 5X Protection III with FanXpert 2 PLUS provides hardware-level safeguards. CrossFireX drives support for Multiple GPUs, while Dual M.2 slots and USB 3.1 deliver maximum transfer speeds. Create your unique build with 3D printing mounts.

List Price: $ 99.00

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85 of 85 people found the following review helpful

It’s a decent motherboard. Only complaint is that the …, February 13, 2017

By DaleM

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It’s a decent motherboard. Only complaint is that the user guide can be improved.The pin-out for the 20-5 pin System Panel Connector is not shown, so if you’re wondering how to connect it to your case, see the attached picture:

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful

Seems to work well but location of PCIe x1 slots not ideal, February 11, 2017

By T-Diddy (Southern Cali)

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This review is from: ASUS PRIME B250M-A LGA1151 DDR4 HDMI DVI VGA M.2 B250 mATX Motherboard with USB 3.1 (Personal Computers)

Everything appears to work really well and be of high quality. Seems relatively future proof with USB-C and M.2 NVMe memory slots built in. The only complaint I have are the two PCIe x1 slots are useless if you’re planning on installing a large PCIe x16 graphics card that is extra thick (like my ASUS GTX 1060 Dual). Installing that extra thick and somewhat long graphics card also blocked a couple SATA ports so effectively only 4 of the 6 SATA ports are usable.

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful

Recommended general use Kaby Lake board, February 12, 2017

By Craig Fields (GERMANTOWN, MARYLAND, US)

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It’s difficult to choose your desired motherboard solely based on reviews. There always seems to be 10-15% of reviewers giving 1 star for DOA’s or dead memory slots and I always wonder if these things are due to user error or not.It seems appropriate to give 5 stars for the opposite experience: a board that works on the first power up and survives a 48hr burn-in period. This is one of those boards. I have not tested with a PCIe video card since the on-chip Intel HD610 graphics drive my 3 monitors at 1080p and rather quickly. I chose this board because it has the 3 video outputs: VGA, DVI-d and HDMI and I need 3. I have not tested the M.2 slots or optane. EDIT: I now have installed a 275gb M.2 drive from Crucial and it works no problem, not sure it’s any faster than the Samsung SSD but it runs about 10 degrees F cooler given it’s close proximity to the CPU fan. here is the link for the M.2:www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01IAGSDJ0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1I’m not a gamer, so my board is sparse. It was easy to install the CPU/fan, memory, power supply connections, and sata cables of which 2 were included. The cap over the the CPU socket protecting the pins was in place when I opened the box and I can assure you there’s no way that cap could ever come loose or fall off during shipping, just not possible. I always run with the case open so I did not test/use the I/O shield.I have tested the USB 2 and 3 ports (not the USB-C), the sound, and 2 of the sata ports, all is well so far and the pulsing red on the board does not bother me, it’s somewhat comforting in that it shows a working board, although be aware it continues as long as the power supply is on, whether the machine is in sleep mode or shut down, this can be changed in the BIOS setup.memory that I can verify works on this board is here:www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01BIWLFGQ/ref=od_aui_detailpages00?ie=UTF8&psc=1I have 2 of those installed and no problem.The g4560 processor that I can verify works with it is here:www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01NCE8T92/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1It is a dual core but hardware monitors and Win10 device manager will show 4, due to the threading.The BIOS setup is very easy to use although I don’t need too much of it since I gave up overclocking anything years ago.I’ve had good experiences with Asus boards as well as Gigabyte, BioStar and MSI.The board runs cool as does the processor, maybe 10-15deg F above ambient.Edit: added a picture of the HDMI port since someone said it doesn’t have one, yes. it. does.

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