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2019/06/24 18:20:19 (permalink)
ASUS unveiled their AMD X570 motherboards last month. There will be the Crosshair VIII Formula, Crosshair VIII Hero (WiFi), Strix 570-E Gaming and Strix 570-F Gaming motherboards that support the Advance Technology Extended (ATX) motherboard standard. Then there is the Crosshair VIII Impact that supports Mini-DTX and Strix X570-I Gaming that supports Mini-ITX.
 
The Crosshair VIII Formula offers built in water cooling by default.
The Crosshair VIII Hero is the one without water cooling with high end performance like the Crosshair Formula. There is also a hardwired Ethernet version coming too.
The Crosshair Impact (Mini-DTX) is a 2 DIMM miniature motherboard.
The Strix-E, Strix-F and Strix X570-I are all affordable options.
The Strix-E offers a 12+4 power stage while the Strix-F offers 12+2 power stages.
The Strix-I (Mini-ITX) offers performance for home theater builds.
 
Pricing and availability will be available later.
 
Take a look at the ASUS Edge Up website for more details on the exact specifications of each motherboard.
Let me know in the comments what you plan on building if you are going with ASUS and AMD Ryzen Zen 2 3rd generation 3000 series?
 
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https://edgeup.asus.com/2019/the-x570-motherboard-guide-ryzen-to-victory-with-pci-express-4-0/
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/24 22:40:28 (permalink)
    I haven't decided on the Asus Crosshair VII Hero or the ASrock Tiachi. I will probably wait for reviews but waiting can be hard some times :-)
    I do like on the ASrock board the option to add thunderbolt in the future.
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/26 19:53:36 (permalink)
    Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Formula X570 Preview
     
    https://youtu.be/oN3uigEgYzM
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/26 20:14:47 (permalink)
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    Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Formula X570 Preview
     
    https://youtu.be/oN3uigEgYzM


    That is the slickiest mirror-ish nice looking freaking board!

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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/26 20:45:47 (permalink)
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    Source:
    https://edgeup.asus.com/2019/the-x570-motherboard-guide-ryzen-to-victory-with-pci-express-4-0/




    I'm very much surprised to see that article is not typo free: "Intel’s networking chips are some of the best and business". It looks like their copy editor missed that one (assuming Asus has one, that is).
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/27 01:32:47 (permalink)
    Intel is in problem... 
    Can you imagine that, customers who listen Intel should pay last kick of Gen 3.0 double then Gen 4.0.
    I mean Intel is probably aware how hard is for enthusiasts who need upgrade now no matter on anything to buy PCI-E 3.0 platform and processors more then PCI-E 4.0.... Last what people with strong PCI-E 3.0 should do is to upgrade only because PCI-E 4.0 and because AMD have new good processors.
    But enthusiasts who need performance and new RIG ... it's insane to buy PCI-E 3.0 based RIG.
    I think only PCI-E 4.0 devices will show up in future. Not any more high end SSD PCI-E Gen 3.0 x4.
    That's past and imagine if your brand new thousands dollars worth RIG can't support that on full speed.
    I would never believe that some future devices will work better on AMD platform then on Intel who still ask significantly higher price.
    AMD made favor to Intel with mobo prices, instead to sink them with cheaper premium motherboards and processors.
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/27 02:08:35 (permalink)
    I like the ASRock X570 and what they will have available, but the ASUS solution isn't bad. 

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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/27 02:20:05 (permalink)
    ASUS Crosshair VIII Rule.
    Intel is now in worse position last 10 years.
    They were never in situation that AMD offer so good processors and new standard they their company.
    Actually every new device will work slower on Intel platform then on AMD until Intel support PCI-E 4.0 interface.
    How Intel allow such position. AMD litterary saved them with motherboard prices.
    And customers always should be aware of such deals because imagine Crosshair VIII for 300$.
    I don't know enthusiasts who would even think on Intel in that situation, best they can get is to someone delay upgrade until they support Gen 4.0, nothing else.
     
    This is best from X570
     

     
    I would really like to EVGA build X570 motherboards for AMD.
    But EVGA only Intel-NVIDIA Combination. Only who could launch competitive mobo to ASUS ROG.
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/27 12:08:18 (permalink)
    Asus Prime X570 Pro Preview
     
    https://youtu.be/x4txWHNOx7g
     
    Asus ROG Strix E Gaming X570 Preview
     
    https://youtu.be/cajW2wb_P6Y
     
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/27 12:34:05 (permalink)
    I have not been happy with Asus boards while MSI boards seem to be more durable
     
    I would rather replace a motherboard due to an improvement as opposed to a replacement
     
     


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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/27 13:50:03 (permalink)
    I'll probably go with a top tier X570 motherboard no matter who it is.  I did when I purchased X58.  Then it was the EVGA 760.  Better X58 boards came out later but from the start that was the board I chose.  Right now I really like the Gigabyte X570 Extreme for it's true 14+2 phase VRM, the latest Infineon 1000 amp Voltage controller solution, and the latest 70 amp Smart Power Stage.  I just hope it performs well in the Memory department.  The rest of the features are somewhat concerning but not high on the decision tree. 
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/27 14:25:35 (permalink)
    I'm probably looking at either a Gigabyte or MSI board.  I'm sure the Asus stuff will be fine, but also overpriced.  Will have to see actual pricing/etc though first.  I think I saw one of the Asus board had a waterblock on the VRM?  That could tempt me since I'm going to do water cooling.  I haven't looked at any reviews on the Asrock yet (been looking at VRM analysis vids).

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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/27 14:27:41 (permalink)
    MSI is affordable and well made, I have been surprised at how good they are


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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/06/29 19:38:21 (permalink)
    @vegajf51 Waiting can be hard for reviews. Hopefully, the reviews lead you to your next great motherboard!
     
    @rjohnson11 What is ASRock like? I get it confused with ASUS they are similar. I never had heard of them until recently.\
     
    @veganfanatic What happened to your ASUS motherboards? What does MSI offer better? Ironically I switched from MSI nForce 980 to ASUS nForce 980 M4N82 Deluxe way back in the day.
     
    @529th What is Gigabyte like?
     
    @flyinon How overpriced is ASUS?
     
    Thank you everyone for a lively conversation about ASUS X570 motherboards! I look forward to continuing this discussion up to launch July 7, 2019! It is almost here!
     
    I'm probably looking at either a Gigabyte or MSI board.  I'm sure the Asus stuff will be fine, but also overpriced.  Will have to see actual pricing/etc though first.  I think I saw one of the Asus board had a waterblock on the VRM?  That could tempt me since I'm going to do water cooling.  I haven't looked at any reviews on the Asrock yet (been looking at VRM analysis vids).



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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/02 10:43:47 (permalink)
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    @flyinon How overpriced is ASUS?
     
     



    I don't know that their X570's will be.  I just know when I first was looking at my upgrade path earlier this year with Z390 boards the general consensus was that Asus was charging way more for the same/less features and inferior VRM sections.  If that ends up not being the case with X570 that would be great, but we'll see. 

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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/02 14:05:55 (permalink)
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    @529th What is Gigabyte like?

     
    In what ways are you curious?
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/03 12:03:28 (permalink)
    The AMD Ryzen 3000 series including 3900 is coming this weekend! Unfortunately the 3950 is coming in September. I will be watching what prices the ASUS Motherboards are and report them here!
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/03 13:22:45 (permalink)
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    Right now I really like the Gigabyte X570 Extreme for it's true 14+2 phase VRM, the latest Infineon 1000 amp Voltage controller solution, and the latest 70 amp Smart Power Stage.

    Me too. 
     

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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/03 14:17:29 (permalink)
    Considering the X570 Aorus Ultra is going to be $300 according to Anandtech, and the Xtreme is two places above it in the product stack, it's bound to require some mighty big dollars. From my perspective, the Aorus Ultra is already expensive!
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/06 12:21:49 (permalink)
    Tomorrow AMD Ryzen 3000 series up to 3900X is launching Sunday, July 7, 2019! Hopefully ASUS, MSI and other motherboard manufacturers are launching tomorrow too. Unfortunately, I will not be buying at launch.
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/08 15:47:43 (permalink)
    Well, looks like the Asus boards are out for me.  Unless I had the money for the really expensive ones (above the Hero).  I'm looking for a board with dual USB 3.0 headers for my H500M which has 4xUSB 3.0 type A's on the front.  All of the "more affordable" options from Asus don't have that.

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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/08 15:58:20 (permalink)
    I have the ASROCK versions cued up to go , whenever the processors come back in stock......

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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/08 18:31:33 (permalink)
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    I have the ASROCK versions cued up to go , whenever the processors come back in stock......


    I looked at those.  Unfortunately for me vs what I remember seeing on their X470 boards, they only have one USB 3.0 header now :(

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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/09 13:12:49 (permalink)
    @aka_STEVE_b That is awesome that you have the ASRock queued up and ready to go when the processors come back in stock to buy one. Which AMD Processor are you buying?
    @flyinion What are you planning to do with dual USB 3.0 ports on the front? That is disappointing that they do not offer it on the more affordable motherboards :(
     
    These ASUS AMD X570 motherboard prices look expensive! What does everyone think now that the prices are available. Let me know please. I will definitely be saving up.
    At Micro Center:
    ASUS Prime X570-P is $169.99
    ASUS Prime X570-Pro ATX $249.99
    ASUS Republic of Gamers Strix X570-F $299.99
    ASUS Republic of Gamers XHAIR VIII Form X570 $699.99
     
    For comparison purposes:
    MSI X570-A Pro $164.99
    ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 ATX $154.99
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/09 14:10:22 (permalink)
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    @aka_STEVE_b That is awesome that you have the ASRock queued up and ready to go when the processors come back in stock to buy one. Which AMD Processor are you buying?
    @flyinion What are you planning to do with dual USB 3.0 ports on the front? That is disappointing that they do not offer it on the more affordable motherboards :(
     
    These ASUS AMD X570 motherboard prices look expensive! What does everyone think now that the prices are available. Let me know please. I will definitely be saving up.
    At Micro Center:
    ASUS Prime X570-P is $169.99
    ASUS Prime X570-Pro ATX $249.99
    ASUS Republic of Gamers Strix X570-F $299.99
    ASUS Republic of Gamers XHAIR VIII Form X570 $699.99
     
    For comparison purposes:
    MSI X570-A Pro $164.99
    ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 ATX $154.99




     
    Actually scored a great deal on the X570 as at Microcenter they have those combos.
    Got a ASUS Prime X570-Pro for $200, with a pairing of the Ryzen 5 3600! Awesome stuff!
    Worked out great for me as i had a budget of $200 for the motherboard (plus tax and warrenty)
    Almost got the prime P or the MSI X570-A but the deal was mostly for the prime pro.
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/09 14:36:58 (permalink)
    I just learned a hard to find out bit of info on these boards....  from what it looks like only the ~ $300 versions and up support Nvidia SLI .  
     
    So I have had to go back thru all the brands and read all the spec sheets to make sure I repick only the ones that can run Nvidia SLI .  ( for me at least ) 
     
    If you are using AMD crossfire you might be fine using most any of them. , or if you only run 1 single videocard...any board will do.

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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/09 15:21:26 (permalink)
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    @aka_STEVE_b That is awesome that you have the ASRock queued up and ready to go when the processors come back in stock to buy one. Which AMD Processor are you buying?
    @flyinion What are you planning to do with dual USB 3.0 ports on the front? That is disappointing that they do not offer it on the more affordable motherboards :(
     
    These ASUS AMD X570 motherboard prices look expensive! What does everyone think now that the prices are available. Let me know please. I will definitely be saving up.
    At Micro Center:
    ASUS Prime X570-P is $169.99
    ASUS Prime X570-Pro ATX $249.99
    ASUS Republic of Gamers Strix X570-F $299.99
    ASUS Republic of Gamers XHAIR VIII Form X570 $699.99
     
    For comparison purposes:
    MSI X570-A Pro $164.99
    ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 ATX $154.99




    The prices are high but in line with all the other X570 boards.  Must be some really expensive coolers on those chipsets........................lol.  As far as the USB 3 stuff, my case the Coolermaster H500M has 4x USB 3 type A and a USB 3 type C on the front.  I looked into getting a USB 2.0 to 3.0 converter to connect one of them to a USB 2.0 header instead but the reviews for all the ones I found at Newegg and Amazon all talked about them being flaky and shorting out the headers or just falling apart or whatever.  So I'd rather just find a board with 2 USB 3 headers on the board to power all 4 of the type A ports.  I keep adding USB junk to my system.  However, with that being said, the Hero would work for me although I don't like the price.  It only has 1 USB 3 header, BUT it has 11 USB type A ports on the back which is 2-4 more than all the other models I've been looking at.  My current board has 7 items in the rear ports, 2 in the front, but I also have a couple things not plugged in all the time right now.  I'm also thinking from the perspective of making sure I have ports for the future.

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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/09 16:46:16 (permalink)
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    I just learned a hard to find out bit of info on these boards....  from what it looks like only the ~ $300 versions and up support Nvidia SLI .  
     
    So I have had to go back thru all the brands and read all the spec sheets to make sure I repick only the ones that can run Nvidia SLI .  ( for me at least ) 
     
    If you are using AMD crossfire you might be fine using most any of them. , or if you only run 1 single videocard...any board will do.



    My board supports it, the ASUS Prime X570-Pro.


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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/09 21:19:51 (permalink)
    Has anyone seen reports of the X570 temps?  I've only seen one and it was 44*c so I'm curious to see more readings on different setups.  I know different loads will influence the temps, like more devices running through it. 
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    Re: ASUS X570 Motherboard Guide 2019/07/09 21:26:22 (permalink)
    Yeah I think temperatures are going to be a little bit weird right now. Most of my software is inaccurately reporting temperatures such as NZXT cam software reporting a 50 degrees no matter what the conditions rather I'm gaining or idle meanwhile my Asus software reads 39 degrees on CPU Temps at idle so looks like there's going to be some things to work out


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