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ASUS AM4 TUF Gaming X570-Plus

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The TUF X570 is a pretty good board, the power delivery is sufficient even for a 5950X and it's not lacking in features either.

7 minutes ago, bulletmuncher said:

im not sure if ill need to upgrade to match the graphics and cpu

The 5600X and the 3080 ti are a good pair for each other. All you need is some decently fast ram.

hi 

 

I was just wondering if the ASUS AM4 TUF Gaming X570-Plus is still a good motherboard to have (I have a 3080ti and a 5600x) im not sure if ill need to upgrade to match the graphics and cpu 

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The TUF X570 is a pretty good board, the power delivery is sufficient even for a 5950X and it's not lacking in features either.

7 minutes ago, bulletmuncher said:

im not sure if ill need to upgrade to match the graphics and cpu

The 5600X and the 3080 ti are a good pair for each other. All you need is some decently fast ram.

I WILL find your ITX build thread, and I WILL recommend the SIlverstone Sugo SG13B

 

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3 minutes ago, Fasauceome said:

The TUF X570 is a pretty good board, the power delivery is sufficient even for a 5950X and it's not lacking in features either.

The 5600X and the 3080 ti are a good pair for each other. All you need is some decently fast ram.

thanks loads that puts a few anxieties to rest 

 

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Beware, the small chipset fan can be quite loud and that happens quite often.

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3 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

Beware, the small chipset fan can be quite loud and that happens quite often.

Honestly I've never audibly noticed it, as it's covered completely by my GPU. If I manually crank the speed then yeah for sure, but in daily use it blends in with the rest of the fans. I should note as well that I don't have the quietest case fans, cooling is more of a priority lol.

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40 minutes ago, Bianks84 said:

Honestly I've never audibly noticed it, as it's covered completely by my GPU. If I manually crank the speed then yeah for sure, but in daily use it blends in with the rest of the fans. I should note as well that I don't have the quietest case fans, cooling is more of a priority lol.

You can't manually crank the speed on that tiny fan. It's regulated by the bios.

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59 minutes ago, 191x7 said:

You can't manually crank the speed on that tiny fan. It's regulated by the bios.

You can with FanControl.

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46 minutes ago, Bianks84 said:

You can with FanControl.

No, you can't. It's the same as on my X570-P and you can change the values (even with some other tools) but it doesn't affect the fan.

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On 5/27/2022 at 2:50 PM, 191x7 said:

No, you can't. It's the same as on my X570-P and you can change the values (even with some other tools) but it doesn't affect the fan.

Well I don't know what to say. I'm able to control it with FanControl. I've tested stopping it and maxing it out and can even apply a curve to it. I just let it run at its stock settings though.

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