Depends on what you want to do with it. I currently have the gigabyte board for my 2400g and the asus x470i for my 2700x.Building an ITX ryzen system this month. Would you consider this over over the Gigabyte AB350N? The price difference is around 80 dollars. The asrock board will be bought in the US and forwarded to me, while the Gigabyte one is available locally (our one and only Ryzen ITX board sold)
Yes fresh install. Windows 10 on the m.2 installed 3 times. Issue happens before and after installing amd drivers. I have also pulled board and re seated the m.2 and Kubuntu had issues as well on the m.2. Kubuntu 18.04 ran great straight from flash drive though. Libreelec on the regular SSD. Next test will be Windows 10 on regular Ssd. Bios 1.11A
Edit: installed windows 10 on regular ssd and runs 4k@60 without and blackouts. I have also noticed when restarting computer after running m.2 the asrock splash screen does not dis play but will when rebooting from ssd
I wouldn't use an APU with the Asus board anyway, since that single, uncooled VRM phase for the SOC is really not ideal for the Vega unit.I worked with Asrock support on this issue but was not able to resolve it. Ended up returning it and buying the Asus board and it has been great so far with all the same hardware. So not sure if I had a bad board or if there is just an issue using on board displays at 4k with an M.2.
One note about the Asus board. You can not use the 2nd M.2 with 2400G.
i took the antennas off an old router and it works and looks betterJust shoving it back in will probably not fix it, as the electrical connection wouldn't be there.
But as long as you didn't damage the connectors on the MB, you can just buy new antennas. If you did damage them, I think you can just replace the mPCIe board with a new one.
i took the antennas off an old router and it works and looks better