IMO, the only reason NOT to go with B450 is if you're going to be running more than one GPU.Here's a link to AM4 chipset features.
There's also a LOT of other helpful info in that article comparing various B450 boards.
The Gigabyte board I linked has a pretty beefy 8+3 phase VRM (at a high level, count all the grey boxes around the CPU and subtract 2 that are dedicated to RAM), other than that, the board is full of features and I like Gigabyte's UEFI layout.
Anymore for OCing these days, about the best you can expect to get is the "Max Boost" clock on all cores. Max boost clock is always given as the stock CPU frequency if only a single core is loaded. Any more than that, and you're off into the realm of expensive cooling and voltages that may cause premature death.
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