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What are the key differences between the two chipsets, and will an average user notice the difference over the next 5 years?

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Just now, Shasmic said:

What are the key differences between the two chipsets, and will an average user notice the difference over the next 5 years?

X570: PCIE 4.0 and Zen 3/Ryzen 4000 support.

 

There are good and bad X470/X570 boards, but nowadays there is not much reason to get X470 IMO.

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X470 is pretty dead as most X570 variants are far and away superior

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Thank you! That was pretty much the motivation I needed to focus just on x570.

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How about along the lines of Intel / AMD. There seems to be a shortage of x570 boards, but a surplus of Intel focused boards. Should I go Intel or stick it out for AMD? I am mainly focused on gaming, but would like the option for streaming and business related programs.

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You shouldn't buy 9th gen Intel at this point period.

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25 minutes ago, Shasmic said:

How about along the lines of Intel / AMD. There seems to be a shortage of x570 boards, but a surplus of Intel focused boards. Should I go Intel or stick it out for AMD? I am mainly focused on gaming, but would like the option for streaming and business related programs.

the x570 just hit the market when the pandemic hit so the production across the board slowed down or stopped they are now all getting back up and running i say give it a month and they will be all back in stock i have the asrock x570 phantom gaming 4 and love it i have a r7 2700 and runs great when the 4000 series comes out i might up grade depending on the price 

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