Final Thoughts & Conclusion
Gigabyte does another amazing job with the B450 Aorus Pro Wifi. We enjoyed a solid performance from start to finish. Memory performance was class leading as was real-world gaming performance. Unless you specifically need multiple GPU’s you really aren’t missing anything going with the B450 chipset over the bigger (and more expensive) X470. Aesthetics are on point, as is pretty traditional for products in the Aorus family at this point. Overclocking capabilities certainly didn’t blow us out of the water, but we did get a fully stable 4.0 GHz across all 8 cores without trying too hard. Given the $120 street price, it’s not hard to give Gigabyte’s B450 Aorus Pro WiFi high remarks for performance and features per dollar.
Great Job Gigabyte!