ASRock B450M Pro4 Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅14-08-18
Packaging & First Look
The box the B450M Pro4 arrives in is relatively bland, considering some other designs we’ve seen, but it’s easy to find the right product if searching for this on the shelves of a computer store. Also, less money spent on packaging means more spent on the motherboard itself.

Contrary to the front, the rear is absolutely rammed full of information. ASRock have done a good job of fitting this much onto the rear without it appearing too cluttered.

On top of the motherboard, which is wrapped in the anti-static protective bag, is a cardboard tray that holds the bundled extras.

Keeping costs to a minimum again, there’s a quick install guide, a pair of SATA cables, the rear IO shield, a driver CD and a couple of M.2 screws.

The B450M Pro4 is a little void of colour, but with most machines now being packed with RGB lighting and colourful cables, this isn’t so much of an issue.

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