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Best Motherboard For Ryzen 5 3600

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  May 28, 2022 12:17 AM

The best motherboard for Ryzen 5 3600 is a must-have if you want your system to be able withstand the intense gameplay and productivity demands this six core/twelve thread processor places on it. With Statistically speaking, AMD’s hot seller provides top notch performance at an affordable price point which makes it one of their most popular CPUs currently available!

 

Best Motherboards for Gaming 
Most people start their journey into PC building by selecting a processor, memory and storage. However there is another critical component that needs attention before you can assemble your computer: finding the right motherboard! With so many available on today's market it can be tough deciding which one will work best with all of our shiny new parts... But don't worry because we've put together this list to help guide shoppers towards what they're looking in when buying an avocado green bodied gamer rig or high end gaming system built around Intel Core i9-9900K processors.

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Hiram Perez

Hiram Perez

 23 minutes ago

Best Motherboard for ryzen 5 3600? Don’t want to spend more than 250.

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Earl Dejapa

Earl Dejapa

 22 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

B450 Aorus Pro Wifi AC

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Hiram Perez

Hiram Perez

 21 minutes ago

 Reply to  Earl Dejapa

Looking at a tuff gaming b550. What do u think?

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Austin McNeil

Austin McNeil

 21 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

I went with the strix b550f it’s been great to me, can never go wrong with ASUS.

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Jamie Matheson

Jamie Matheson

 21 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

X570 or b550

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Andrei Micu

Andrei Micu

 20 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

Depends how much you want to spend.

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Nikola Nikolov

Nikola Nikolov

 20 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

B550 Aorus Elite/Pro

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Brian Casey

Brian Casey

 19 minutes ago

 Reply to  Nikola Nikolov

aorus x570 elite wifi is amazing too

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Axel Rombauts

Axel Rombauts

 19 minutes ago

 Reply to  Nikola Nikolov

I got the B550 Aorus pro V2 for my 5800x, very happy with it.
B550 is a lot cheaper than X570 with not too many compromises (mainly only having 1 PCIe gen 4 M.2 slot and 1 gen 3 slot instead of 2 gen 4 slots)

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Nikola Nikolov

Nikola Nikolov

 19 minutes ago

 Reply to  Axel Rombauts

Exactly, the b550 socket is cheaper and you are not losing much by not going x570

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Afrasyab Khalid

Afrasyab Khalid

 18 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

B550

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Panagiotis Simeonidis

Panagiotis Simeonidis

 18 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

Best motherboard for the money is B550 Tomahawk or x570 tomahawk

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Nando Martinez

Nando Martinez

 18 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

I got a b550m going up for sale

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Chovo Chasen

Chovo Chasen

 17 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

Tuf x570

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David Cazes

David Cazes

 17 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

Why bother, its only a 3600. A budget cpu gets a budget mobo.

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Hiram Perez

Hiram Perez

 16 minutes ago

 Reply to  David Cazes

What would u recommend?

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David Cazes

David Cazes

 16 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

the cheapest board really, some b450.

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Baptiste Sanchez

Baptiste Sanchez

 15 minutes ago

 Reply to  David Cazes

yeah go for b550. U wanna make sure to futur proof your build even on a budget. So you won’t have to change mobo or whatever when upgrading

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David Cazes

David Cazes

 15 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

Depends, b450/x470/b550/x570 all support zen 2 and zen 3. Zen 3 is the last gen that will be on the am4 socket….so upgradability is not a problem here.
I think it really depends how much the board are priced. If the 500 series board are not much more expansive I would definitly get one of those (b550 or x570) I know for overclocking and components quality the Gigabyte b550 is a solid choice. If not a b450 tomabawk is a good deal. It really depend on how much they are and how much you value your own money.

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Michael McCourt

Michael McCourt

 14 minutes ago

 Reply to  David Cazes

Agreed. A $100 B550 board is all you need.

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Brian Casey

Brian Casey

 13 minutes ago

 Reply to  Michael McCourt

very true. Even a $80-90 board would work.

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Brian Casey

Brian Casey

 14 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

yes. Not all b450 can do the 5000 and none will support the newer series. Also the b450 does not have the capability to use some of the features of the 3000 and 5000 series cpus. X570/b550 may support the 6000 series but it is not currently guaranteed as the 500 series motherboard not support ddr5 and they will be releasing next gen ryzen late this year or early next year along with ddr5.

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David Cazes

David Cazes

 14 minutes ago

 Reply to  Brian Casey

They won’t support Zen 4. AM4 support was until 2020.

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Hiram Perez

Hiram Perez

 16 minutes ago

 Reply to  David Cazes

Does having a b450 limit my upgrading possibilities in the future? Thanks for the help by the way.

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Ro Roe

Ro Roe

 13 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

You want to make sure your vrms are good with the board you get. Power delivery is a necessity

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David Cazes

David Cazes

 12 minutes ago

 Reply to  Ro Roe

Well they can’t be worse than the OEM boards from prebuilt…

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David Goldenberg

David Goldenberg

 12 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

I guess the other question would be when would he likely upgrade. In a year, or in 5 years. If a year go with a 450 in five years everything will be mostly obsolete anyways. Or get a 550 and have it just in case.

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Wayne Berry

Wayne Berry

 11 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

Depends on your needs. B450 if needs are lower.
B550 or x570 is the route to go for more power/expandability.
Personally, just stay away from MSI or asrock. The quality of boards from them has plummeted.

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Hiram Perez

Hiram Perez

 10 minutes ago

 Reply to  Wayne Berry

This build is for a 13 yr old whose not going to overclock and likes to play COD type games.

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Wayne Berry

Wayne Berry

 10 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

Hiram Perez in that case, I recommend this:
Gigabyte B450M DS3H V2 Motherboard
It has 1 M.2 slot, 2 PCIe 16x slots, 4 DIMM slots with an upper limit of 128GB of ram.
I use those in my entry level systems. Out of 300 built and sold, only 1 came back due to the user damaging the board.
They go for about $80 on Amazon

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Pedro Meza

Pedro Meza

 9 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

If you want to stay below 250, go for a B550 motherboard asus Tuff, MSI tomahawk, ASRock steel and Gigabyte aorus non elite should be under 200

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Lawrence Tolentino

Lawrence Tolentino

 9 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

ROG strix b450-f gaming

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Alan Sloan

Alan Sloan

 9 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

I went for Asrock B550 Phantom Gaming 4/ac, budget CPU and budget mobo. It would allow me to upgrade later. Tbh I will probably do what I normally do and run it until something pops.

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Egi Dijus

Egi Dijus

 8 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

asrock b450m pro4 70-80$ or 100-110$ msi b450 tomahawk. anything more expensive than that, wont make sense

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Daniel Booth

Daniel Booth

 8 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

I’m using the B550 Mortar wifi. I don’t need to OC and I love it.

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Blas Clavel Maleriado

Blas Clavel Maleriado

 7 minutes ago

 Reply to  Daniel Booth

is that the one that has built in wifi? Can it detect 5ghz? B350m mortar planning to switch

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Daniel Booth

Daniel Booth

 7 minutes ago

 Reply to  Blas Clavel Maleriado

yes it can, and built in bluetooth, it serves me very well.

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Jacob Buettner

Jacob Buettner

 6 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

I will always recommend the MSI MPG x570 gaming plus. Great price, great features, lots of IO. I’ve been using one for like 2 years with my Ryzen 9 3900x

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Jeremy Trite

Jeremy Trite

 6 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

This is entirely up to t You since it affects zero performance

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Ramin Reza

Ramin Reza

 6 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

asus tuf x570 wifi plus

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Patrick Cadar

Patrick Cadar

 5 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

B550 Aorus Pro AC

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Jonny Mercer

Jonny Mercer

 5 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

I have this cpu with an asus x570 tuf gaming motherboard. Overclocks very nicely and never any issues

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Jordan Avery-Gourd

Jordan Avery-Gourd

 4 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

AORUS Elite B550 V2 Or MSI B450 Tomahawk MAX

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Brian Casey

Brian Casey

 4 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

If no plans on heavy overclocking and no need for gen4 pcie nvme, a b550 all the way. If you want to get the best looking with the best features, or you want to use more than 1 gen4 nvme or want to do heavy overclocking, an x570. I don’t overclock due to it being worse than pbo 2.0 on almost all 3000/5000 cpus but I have a x570 and love it. Great performance and features.

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Daniel Westcott

Daniel Westcott

 3 minutes ago

 Reply to  Hiram Perez

I see people suggesting B450 I advise against going B450 and B550. I want to point out B450 VRM and chipset is not as good it does not have as many features also does not have PCI-E 4.0. B550 VRM and chipset is not as good it also does not have as many features and only the top M.2 is PCI-E 4.0. The budget motherboard you should get is the X570 Tuff Gaming here is one for $178.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SXFK1TP/
It is not worth cheaping out on the motherboard because that is the one part that is the biggest pain in the ass to upgrade. Also, you will want a Good VRM if you are going to want to upgrade to a 5900X or 5950X when the price for these plummets in a few years. When AM5 comes out and newer better CPU’s are released in the future the price for 5000 series is going to plummet and at that time you might want to upgrade.
The motherboard I linked to above has two M.2 ports that are both PCE-E 4.0 and eight SATA ports all can be occupied simultaneously without any getting disabled there are better boards than this one but this board has everything you really need and at a great price. It is also worth noting Gigabyte makes an even better motherboard that has three M.2’s and an even better VRM but that board is $360 and it only has six SATA ports.
Also, Asus makes some better boards with better VRM and they have the same two M.2 and eight SATA ports in my opinion they also look cooler. I personally went with the Asus Crosshair VIII Hero (WIFI) when I bought mine it was $380 it is much more than that now.
Keep in mind that RTX IO has been showcased by Nvidea and this feature works with Gen 4 NVME SSD’s and if you’d like to take advantage of this new tech on the Nvidea 3000 series and newer GPU’s you’ll want a motherboard with PCI-E 4.0 support also both the new consoles are PCI-E 4.0 and new features that utilize the blazing speeds of Gen 4 NVME SSD’s are already being discussed for future games if you go with B450 you are only on PCI-E 3.0 and B550 only your top M.2 is PCI-E 4.0.