Monday, June 15th 2020

MSI Announces B550 Motherboard + 3rd Gen Ryzen Bundles: Up to $60 Steam Wallet Credit

MSI announced Steam Wallet credit offers for bundles of its AMD B550 chipset motherboards when bought with select 3rd generation Ryzen desktop processors. Get anywhere between USD $50 - $60 credited to your Steam Wallet when you pair an MSI B550 motherboard with a 3rd gen Ryzen 7 or Ryzen 9 processor, $40-$50 when bundled with a Ryzen 5 3600X or 3600, and $30-40 when paired with a Ryzen 3 3300X or 3100. The offer is open for sales of motherboards made between June 16 and August 31, 2020, from select retailers, in select regions. Find details of the offer here.
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18 Comments on MSI Announces B550 Motherboard + 3rd Gen Ryzen Bundles: Up to $60 Steam Wallet Credit

#1
cucker tarlson
that's how you bundle.
not only is tomahawk the best value board,you're getting 40/50 dollars.
keep kicking ass MSI.

I hope I can resist until 4000 and rocket lake are out,but God,I'm weak,I'm weak................
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#2
lynx29
cucker tarlson
that's how you bundle.
not only is tomahawk the best value board,you're getting 40/50 steam money.
keep kicking ass MSI.
MSI is indeed on fire. and i love there ryzen BIOS... its so well done compared to other companies. and their ram oc'ing even on cheap boards is top notch. MSI is only mobo i buy these days.
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#3
LFaWolf
I like in the How to redeem instructions to upload the Image of Intel product color box. With the wrong instructions will that seemingly void the redemption process? :roll:
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#4
lynx29
LFaWolf
I like in the How to redeem instructions to upload the Image of Intel product color box. With the wrong instructions will that seemingly void the redemption process? :roll:
OMG NICE FIND lmao

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#5
R0H1T
lynx29
MSI is indeed on fire
That's not hard to imagine, rumor has it they also lie (among many others) about power consumption to the CPU possibly resulting in their untimely death, or so one site lead you to believe :shadedshu:
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#6
lynx29
R0H1T
That's not hard to imagine, rumor has it they also lie (among many others) about power consumption to the CPU possibly resulting in their untimely death, or so one site lead you to believe :shadedshu:
only some MSI bios lied about it, not all of them. that was last I heard anyway, Asus was the only honest one from the articles I briefly read about it on Techspot. but meh i don't really know much about that stuff, MSI seems to be doing good on all fronts now
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#7
R0H1T
Well I was talking about Toms & their BS in recent years. Any way looking to get that x570 tomahawk, MSI better launch it here quick (& cheap) or I'm getting that 10980xe & ditching team red forever :mad:
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#8
lynx29
R0H1T
Well I was talking about Toms & their BS in recent years. Any way looking to get that x570 tomahawk, MSI better launch it here quick (& cheap) or I'm getting that 10980xe & ditching team red forever :mad:
x570 tomahawk was in stock in newegg usa about 3 days ago, sold out instantly. im trying to get one too, lol
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#9
Caring1
They can stick their Steam redemption, give me the cash or drop the price.
Not everyone is a gamer.
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#10
lynx29
Caring1
They can stick their Steam redemption, give me the cash or drop the price.
Not everyone is a gamer.
why would you be buying a midrange z490 board if not a gamer? if you are a creator then you should be buying the Asus 300-400 dollar z490 boards for thunderbolt 3 and other features
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Caring1
lynx29
why would you be buying a midrange z490 board if not a gamer? if you are a creator then you should be buying the Asus 300-400 dollar z490 boards for thunderbolt 3 and other features
Where did you pluck Z490 from? I certainly don't have one, and the article is about B550.
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#12
lynx29
Caring1
Where did you pluck Z490 from? I certainly don't have one, and the article is about B550.
woops my bad. lol i meant b550
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#13
Caring1
lynx29
woops my bad. lol i meant b550
I'd class B550 as mid range, and that is my preferred board unless a high end one pops up for a bargain.
Entry level boards tend to be very limited in features, and high end seems to mean high price to the manufacturers.
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#14
Turmania
Does b550 tomahawk have wifi? If not, what a shame.
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#15
1d10t
B550 lineup from MSI is a disgrace, they reducing I/O set ( USB type A specifically ) in their back panel. Not gonna had MSI for my future B550.
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#16
jesdals
LFaWolf
I like in the How to redeem instructions to upload the Image of Intel product color box. With the wrong instructions will that seemingly void the redemption process? :roll:
That sprung into my eyes as well - Intel dominates....
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#17
OC-Ghost
Yikes, how about finishing their pages before announcing campaign. (products, regions&retailers, link to main page..)
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#18
milewski1015
lynx29
only some MSI bios lied about it, not all of them. that was last I heard anyway, Asus was the only honest one from the articles I briefly read about it on Techspot. but meh i don't really know much about that stuff, MSI seems to be doing good on all fronts now
The recent GamersNexus vid on this topic was a good and interesting watch.
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