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Best X570 motherboard for a Ryzen 9 3900x?

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Pick the board that has the features you want and is within your budget.

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1 minute ago, GoldenLag said:

Budget for the board?

Really no budget but definitely doesnt need to be the top tier board probs around 350USD. Preferably like 200-250USD

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I strongly recommend you to wait. I have the feeling (no science with this) that when the Ryzen 9 3950x is released, there is going to be an Aorus Xtreme Waterforce motherboard. If you can not wait, I think it should be among your preferences. Without budget, I prefer the ASUS ROG, always. 

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Just now, AcidYT said:

Really no budget but definitely doesnt need to be the top tier board probs around 350USD. Preferably like 200-250USD

300$ taichi then.

 

 

Best at its pricepoint

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1 minute ago, WereCat said:

Pick the board that has the features you want and is within your budget.

I've been looking at all the boards and know a few are good but just wanting external opinions

 

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Just now, DefensivePepe said:

I strongly recommend you to wait. I have the feeling (no science with this) that when the Ryzen 9 3950x is released, there is going to be an Aorus Xtreme Waterforce motherboard. If you can not wait, I think it should be among your preferences. Without budget, I prefer the ASUS ROG, always. 

None of those boards are actually special compared to what it on the market tho.......

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, DefensivePepe said:

I strongly recommend you to wait. I have the feeling (no science with this) that when the Ryzen 9 3950x is released, there is going to be an Aorus Xtreme Waterforce motherboard. If you can not wait, I think it should be among your preferences. Without budget, I prefer the ASUS ROG, always. 

I'm not buying anytime soon as I am unable to make the money needed. Just wanting opinions

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, GoldenLag said:

300$ taichi then.

 

 

Best at its pricepoint

Yeah I keep coming back to that one time and time again

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Just now, AcidYT said:

I've been looking at all the boards and know a few are good but just wanting external opinions

 

I mean... all of the X570 boards have good power delivery so they will have no issue runing with a 3900X or 3950X.

So just pick based on the features. You want Intel LAN? Check boards with Intel LAN since many have just the KILLER NIC.

Want a lot of USB ports? Well... check those boards

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Just now, WereCat said:

I mean... all of the X570 boards have good power delivery so they will have no issue runing with a 3900X or 3950X.

So just pick based on the features. You want Intel LAN? Check boards with Intel LAN since many have just the KILLER NIC.

Want a lot of USB ports? Well... check those boards

Yeah I'm aware all x570 boards have ample power delivery, like i said before just wanting others input

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2 minutes ago, AcidYT said:

Yeah I'm aware all x570 boards have ample power delivery, like i said before just wanting others input

Well, I dont understand how we can help you if we dont know what you want. Sorry

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1 minute ago, WereCat said:

Well, I dont understand how we can help you if we dont know what you want. Sorry

I want your input as in if you were buying a 3900x and an x570 board, which board would you personally choose

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7 minutes ago, AcidYT said:

I'm not buying anytime soon as I am unable to make the money needed. Just wanting opinions

 

Then I am sure towards the end of the year there is going to be new and better boards in the market. 

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Just now, AcidYT said:

I want your input as in if you were buying a 3900x and an x570 board, which board would you personally choose

I mean, if even the female members can't figure out what you want then you can really only ask yourself more.


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33 minutes ago, AcidYT said:

I want your input as in if you were buying a 3900x and an x570 board, which board would you personally choose

X570 MSI Creation or ASUS Crosshair Hero because I like the 10Gb NIC on the Creation and I like the ton of USB ports on both

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If I had the money I'd go for the Aorus Xtreme because:

a) It looks beautiful

b) No chipset fan

c) Incredible and completely overkill VRMs

d) Because I have the money to burn

 

Otherwise it's between the MSI MEG Prestige Creation (USB ports galore and 10Gb LAN) or the Crosshair VIII Hero (loads of USB ports and cheaper than the MSI Prestige).


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