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MSI - B250M PRO-VD Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard

( 4.3 Average / 24 Ratings )




Part #



Brown / Black

Form Factor

Micro ATX

CPU Socket



Intel B250

Memory Slots

2 x 288-pin DIMM

Memory Type

DDR4-2133 / 2400

Maximum Supported Memory

32 GB

RAID Support


Onboard Video

Depends on CPU

CrossFire Support


SLI Support


SATA 6 Gb/s


Onboard Ethernet

1 x 1000 Mbit/s

Onboard USB 3.0 Header(s)


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JustJearvin 4 points 23 months ago
from completed build 500$ Build

cheap kaby lake MB

TheEnderGamer 14 points 23 months ago
from completed build Lil Bub

Great IO and very good instructions. CPU clamp was a little flimsy though.

TrickyTheClown 7 points 23 months ago
from completed build 1st Gaming PC Build ever!

Just your cheap average motherboard. Does the job, no complaints.

LAWISON 21 points 22 months ago

I didn't have the usual processor lying about to flash the bios on a B150 or H110 board, I just got the cheapest B250 chipset at the time, which happened to be the MSI PRO-VD MATX. It is a pretty standard board, nothing fancy - except for the armoured x16 PCIE port which was a nice touch. I don't use the system fan header as my case has a manual control for fans, but from where it is, I imagine that unless you're only using a rear exhaust fan, you'll have some cable tidying issues there! It has a white LED on the upper left of the motherboard that has software controls - you can make it breath, flash, stay on constantly etc. There are 3 red LEDs on the top right that tell you if you have a posting issue which could come in handy should you have any issues. My only complaint for this motherboard personally, would be that it is dark brown, but that's just me being fussy. It gets 4 stars for the placement on the system header (for people that use it!)

pj_sz 45 points 22 months ago
from completed build Overkill Build for my Grandpa

Good mobo. It's nice that even budget boards are coming with debug LEDs and reinforced PCIe slots. Only one system fan header which is annoying, I had to use a splitter. Who uses only one fan??

jschnitz1 7 points 19 months ago
from completed build Budget Office Build

Cheapest MOBO that I didn't have to flash BIOS on.

KnightlyGalade 6 points 18 months ago
from completed build Scavenge - First Gaming PC

I believe this was around $50-$60 by the time I got this Motherboard. However, this motherboard is great for me to upgrade the CPU and add an additional DDR4 Ram Stick. I can upgrade this into a Core i7-7700, if Intel does not discontinue the 7th Gen line-up.

oscarbussell 8 points 18 months ago
from completed build My First PC Build

Fairly basic mobo. But I liked the fact that it hes an m.2 slot.

jawnsantos 11 points 18 months ago
from completed build $600 CAD Budget PC (My First PC)

Really easy motherboard to work with, with a manual that makes a lot of sense. Only 1 system fan header but thats alright with me because I am only using 1 fan. Metal PCI slot for extra protection against things such as traveling with a PC (not that I will be doing that).

2021109 11 points 17 months ago
from completed build Randy's Budget PC

This motherboard appears quite brown in pictures. The quick start guide is pretty good. The I/O shield didn't go in particularly well. Otherwise it's a fine motherboard. Comes with a free mouse on newegg sometimes.