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About SliceT

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-6700K
  • Motherboard
    Asrock Z170 OC Formula
  • RAM
    G.Skill TridentZ Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200
  • GPU
    PowerColor 390 Devil 13 16Gb
  • Case
    Inwin 909 BLACK ATX
  • Storage
    Western Digital BLACK SERIES 2TB
  • PSU
    EVGA SuperNOVA 1000
  • Cooling
    Corsair H100i

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  1. SliceT

    Ryzen 3600 build 1,000 USD

    Thats really good deal! where did you get it?
  2. Actually Steel Legend is pretty solid mobo, one of the best B450's. If you can get the shop where you are buying the motherboard to flash it for you, you have a great combo.
  3. Yea, looks like that. Taichi offers way better design, VRM, and features. The only thing missing would be the PCIe 4, but only useful if you have fast storage needs.
  4. SliceT

    how i choose x570 motherboard

    Why would you spend that much on a motherboard if you dont even plan to overclock and just do basic stuff. Save or use the money saved to get a better CPU, a 169$ X570 Phantom Gaming 4 is more than enough.
  5. The most I would spend would be 300$, it's crazy to see mobos like the Asus with EK waterblocks on the VRMs for... 300$ more than a comparable motherboard but with out those waterblocks? I'm picking the Taichi X570 for my X3900 that I just ordered, and I'm glad I made the right choice,seems to be the best sub 300$ X570 motherboard.
  6. My personal favorite is the X570 Steel, there's a few interesting but most above 200$. Which CPU are you going to use?
  7. It was... it was spined off long time ago. I bet Asus is regreting this decision
  8. SliceT

    Best performing x570 Mobo?

    Edited with more details why
  9. SliceT

    Best performing x570 Mobo?

    X570 Taichi would be my pick, great amount of quality VRMs, great VRM cooling (important) ,pretty good features compared to others at same price and to top it off it's very stilish. If you overclock, asrock has one of the best bios out there.
  10. You might be limited with the Asus B450, If you want the latest 570 chipset there X570 Gaming K4 is a very good design under 150$ and should support all CPUs up to 16 cores. Might be worth to spend a bit extra.
  11. You probably won't have the boost that the new cpus have, just like the 2000 Ryzens. Get a B450 Steel legend or a tomahawk.
  12. SliceT

    Motherboard for AMD Ryzen/Athlon

    For 5$ more you get a B450, the A320 is not worth it. https://pcpartpicker.com/products/compare/sL7v6h,RD97YJ/
  13. Perhaps the MSI B450 tomahwak would be a better idea if you are thinking about overclock, even the B450 Steel would be also a good option.
  14. For the 12 core Ryzen, since you don't really plan on overclocking much I wouldnt' spend more than 200$ on the motherboard , the X570 Steel Series I've seen already listed for 200$ and it looks like a solid motherboard, well capable of handling the 16 cores and easy overclocking options if you want.
  15. Why wouldn't you trust them? They are actually pretty good and more consistent than MSI I would say. Like any other brand, everyone has better and worse models, but as far as I experienced, I always had better luck with Asrock compared to MSI.