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I have a question about motherboard compatibility my my pc. I have all of my parts on pcpartpicker and I was wondering if this is compatible with all of my components. If there is any other info you need to help me out just ask and I will either edit my post or just reply back to you. Thank you for the help.


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No. That's an AM3+ motherboard. Ryzen is AM4.

I'm assuming you have this motherboard already with an AM3+ CPU and are looking for an upgrade?
If so, what are your entire current specs, including case and PSU?
Have you bought any of the components in that PCPP list? If so, what have you already bought?
Why are you looking to upgrade, what do you want to achieve with this upgrade exactly?
What monitor(s) will you be using with the system?
What is your budget/currency for these upgrades?
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I already have all of the things on the partpicker list along with a motherboard and it all works great, but I just wanted to know if this would work with my current parts that I already have. The motherboard came along with a computer case that was given to me by a family member who no longer needed it.
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13 wroteNo. That's an AM3+ motherboard. Ryzen is AM4.

I'm assuming you have this motherboard already with an AM3+ CPU and are looking for an upgrade?
If so, what are your entire current specs, including case and PSU?
Have you bought any of the components in that PCPP list? If so, what have you already bought?
Why are you looking to upgrade, what do you want to achieve with this upgrade exactly?
What monitor(s) will you be using with the system?
What is your budget/currency for these upgrades?

I will answer most of these later, but right now I am kind of busy. Thanks for the response, Ill look everythinng over in a bit.
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13 wroteNo. That's an AM3+ motherboard. Ryzen is AM4.

I'm assuming you have this motherboard already with an AM3+ CPU and are looking for an upgrade?
If so, what are your entire current specs, including case and PSU?
Have you bought any of the components in that PCPP list? If so, what have you already bought?
Why are you looking to upgrade, what do you want to achieve with this upgrade exactly?
What monitor(s) will you be using with the system?
What is your budget/currency for these upgrades?

So now that I can look at the whole post, I am not looking to upgrade (at this point in time anyway), so I guess I'll just hand the motherboard over to someone else. Again thanks for the response. Have a good day.
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