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X570 Motherboards

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello,

 

Anybody know of some decent $250-300ish X570 boards? Any help would be appreciated.

 

~RKarim

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first off, do you really need x570?

the only change from b450 to x570 is pcie4 which you (most likely) do not need. 

what cpu are you paring it with?

what is your total system budget?

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I hope I see Ryzen 9 CPUs in the list as well

 

Best choices (not in order) are the MSI Unify, Asus X570-E and Gigabyte Aorus Master.


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There are some solid deals on Newegg right now for Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals.  For instance, the Gigabyte Aorus Ultra is at $260, down from $300.  That's a killer deal in that price point. 

 

Check out Buildzoid's latest video on all the AM4 motherboards, it might help shine some light on the topic for you.  There is even a threat in this very forum with a fantastic break down of the video. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
23 hours ago, Saksham said:

first off, do you really need x570?

the only change from b450 to x570 is pcie4 which you (most likely) do not need. 

what cpu are you paring it with?

what is your total system budget?

I'm planning to go for a 3900x next month, so I think it is nessecary. I already have a 2070 and everything else, the only two parts would be the CPU and the Mobo. I've got a strix x470-f in case that is of relevance.

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19 hours ago, RKarim said:

I'm planning to go for a 3900x next month, so I think it is nessecary. I already have a 2070 and everything else, the only two parts would be the CPU and the Mobo. I've got a strix x470-f in case that is of relevance.

x470 will work too. x570 vs x470 is basically the same except pcie4. 

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I would suggest you to go for Gigabyte Aorus X570 Pro (WiFi) or Aorus X570 Ultra. They have a good VRM which can easily support 3900X, has dual PCIe x16 which can support SLI or Crossfire dual graphic and an additional PCIe x16 (running x4), A USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 header and a USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 port at the back, 2x USB 3.2 Gen 2 and 2x M2 ports.

 

If you want a better VRM, you can consider Aorus X570 Master.

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