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Is the MSI X370 Gaming Pro a good motherboard for Linux?

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  • Is the MSI X370 Gaming Pro a good motherboard for Linux?

    Hi, I'm new here and I have a simple question for starting.

    I'm thinking to switch to from Intel (Core 2 Quad 8300) to a Ryzen 7 1700, but I'm a little scared by the motherboard.

    I saw that Michael Larabel used a MSI X370 XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM for his tests, but that board is extremely expensive for me, so I'm searching a cheaper thing.

    I thought in MSI X370 Gaming Pro because is very much cheaper and it uses the same chipset, so I think that the compatibility is the same than the XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM.

    Well, I don't have anything more to explain because the question is simple. But if someone knows about another motherboard more recommendable because is friendlier with Linux I would be grateful. Gaming and web development (specially the second) are my "special" areas further than de common user. I want a computer at least for five years.