With the launch of the AMD's socket AM4 all large motherboard vendors have shown new micro-ATX boards. At the moment there are eight different models available and the prices range from 80 to 105 Euro. This article will allow you to compare all these boards in order to find the one most suitable for your needs.
In this article we're going to show you all the different micro-ATX socket AM4 motherboards, which are available as of today. There are quite a few interesting socket AM4 products around already, no matter whether you're an overclocker, gamer or office user. Although these boards are small, they can come with an extensive amount of features and therefore there are rather big price differences. Nevertheless we believe there is something for everybody. If you're looking for a micro-ATX motherboard this article is going to help you compare the different features and prices, so you'll end up with the board that suits your needs the most.
Before start we would like to spend few words about AMD's chipsets regarding socket AM4. So far there are three different chipsets available: the X370, the B350 and the A320. The first addresses the high-end market, while the second and the third target the mid-end and the entry-level segment. The X370 is therefore the flagship model providing overclocking features and two PCIe 3.0 x16 slots for SLI or Crossfire setups. As mentioned before, the B350 is for the mid-range market and the main difference to the X370 is the PCIe lanes, the USB ports and the SATA ports. The A320 chipset is an entry-level chipset and with this chipset you can't do overclocking and furthermore there are only the essential ports available. All the new chipsets feature native M.2 NVMe support, SATA Express, PCIe 3.0, DDR4 memory and USB 3.1 ports.