AMD Ryzen X370 And ASUS Motherboard B350 Prices Leaked by Australian Retailer EYO

By   /   Feb 14, 2017
ASUS, X370 and B350, motherboards, For AMD Ryzen

One of the biggest Australian PC hardware retailer EYO has listed the prices of two  medium range models of Asus motherboard B350 and two high end models featuring the X370 chipset at retail website. The website has listed launch dates, specs and prices publicly for four AM4 ASUS motherboard built specifically for AMD’s upcoming Ryzen CPU family.

The specific four leaked motherboard models are: ASUS Prime B350M-A, Prime B350-PLUS, Prime X370-PRO and the Crosshair VI Hero.

See Also: Rumors: Only X branded AMD Ryzen Chips Have XFR Auto OC

According to the leak, all four Asus motherboards are listed to launch on 24th February. However, Ryzen CPUs are to be available on first week of March, after 2nd March to be sure.

AMD Ryzen AM4 Asus Motherboard – Specs & Prices

Wccftech Asus Crosshair VI Hero Asus Prime X370-PRO Asus Prime B350-PLUS Asus Prime B350M-A
Chipset X370 X370 B350 B350
Overclocking Yes Yes Yes Yes
CrossfireX/SLI Yes Yes TBC* TBC*
PCIe 3 (Graphics) x16 Lanes x16 Lanes x16 Lanes x16 Lanes
PCIe 3 (Storage + I/O) x8 Lanes x8 Lanes x8 Lanes x8 Lanes
PCIe 2 x8 Lanes x8 Lanes x6 Lanes x6 Lanes
USB 10 USB 3.1 Gen1, 2 USB 3.1 Gen2, 6 USB 2 6 USB 3.1 Gen1, 2 USB 3.1 Gen2, 6 USB 2
MSRP $209 $149 $89 $69

The ASUS B350M-A AM4 is a budget micro-atx board and the ASUS Prime B350-PLUS which is an ATX motherboard that costs a bit more. The B350 chipset is for the mainstream segment having 2x USB 3.1 gen2 ports + 2x USB 3.1 Gen1 + 6x USB 2.0 ports by default, 2x SATA, 2x SATAe and 6-lanes of PCIe gen 2 available.

ASUS motherboard, X370 and B350, For AMD Ryzen

The X370 chipset by default has 2x USB 3.1 Gen2 + 6x USB 3.1 Gen1 + 6x USB 2.0 ports with four SATA ports, two SATAe and 8 lanes of PCIe gen 2 available.

ASUS motherboard, X370 and B350, For AMD Ryzen

It is to be noted that the price listing mentioned above is after converting from Australian market, plus adding the import fees, exchange rates and other charges to finally give an approximate USD price. In general, such conversion cost a 40% higher than US retail price.

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