Verdict and Conclusion
From what I can see during our benchmarks, the ASRock B365M Pro4 like its sibling (the B365 Phantom Gaming 4) is a very capable motherboard, and a very good all-rounder. The only obvious difference between the two, is the form factor size (ATX vs MATX) and lack of “gaming” features on the B365M Pro4, which isn’t much by the way.
Both motherboards are literally identical in terms of performance, with only a very small margin between them. In 3DMark Time Spy, it produce a score of 6,523, which was surprisingly good.
With regards to features, both motherboards offer amazing set of features that are just too many to list. But if you’re after a “gaming” motherboard, then the B365 Phantom Gamin 4 might be worth with considering due to its design and looks. The B365M Pro4 however, does have an extra DVI output, this means you’ll be able to connect up to 3 monitors from the get-go.
The lack of overclocking is a real downer, but that’s the limitation of the chipset. However, you can run your ram up to speeds of DDR4-2666 if your memory allows it. Other than that, the ASRock B365M Pro4 is a very good motherboard that’s easy to setup, and perfect for system builders who want a compact PC using the MATX form factor.
- Extremely affordable and cheap
- Intel B365 chipset
- 2 x Ultra M.2 slots for SSDs
- Compact MATX form factor
- Decent performance
- AMD CrossFireX ready
- Connect up to 3 monitors
- No overclocking options
The ASRock B365M Pro4 may not be for everyone, but with an amazingly low price, decent performance and supporting up to 3 monitors … it’s the perfect motherboard for system builders who prefers hassle-free setup in a MATX form factor.
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