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ASROCK is NOT a Subsidiary of ASUS. IIRC ASROCK is owned by Pegatron.
Unless is bricks. tongue.gif
Many B350 can as well, thats why people ask these questions while doing their homework. anyone can say buy the most expensive parts and you can do it. Your posts are not answering the question.
B350 can as well, X370 is not necessary unless you need the additional onchip support.
Spending more does not always guarantee anything.
I believe the board in question only supports Crossfire. I also told him he'd be fine with that board. That answered his question.
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Does anyone know if the ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac AM4 AMD Promontory X370 a good board? I know the am3 ones was not that great. I do have a asrock socket a with a duron 1600 my first custom build back in 2003 and that thing is still going. And i was thinking of giving asrock a try for my ryzen build. But not sure if that's a good idea or a bad one:/

This will be paired with a 1600 for now.
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Would love to get the hero but thats way out of my budget lol...

Will asrock board i listed get to 3.9 or 4ghz?

Also forgot to add in my first post will it do good with this memory? https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820158162&ignorebbr=1
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I believe the board in question only supports Crossfire. I also told him he'd be fine with that board. That answered his question.

Looks like we are interpreting his posts differently, It looks to me like he is trying to make a decent OC'ing ryzen build on a budget so I would recommend he looks at the B350 or a lower priced Asrock X370. Maybe he is intending to crossfire in the future but does not specifically state as such so he really is not giving us the info we need. I can see hw you would interpret his post differently as he pointed out the board he wanted had the CF/SLI but was out oif his price range.


@gordesky1, Do you need the x370 chipset? Read the specs for both. B350 does do crossfire but the X370 has more lanes. And the killer is a great board from what I've read of the posts from people that own it. Also I'm not sure if the killer is the Asrock board that your referring to? Remember this thread is flying by and no-one can go back pages to find what you mean unless you drop a link or quote yourself. wink.gif
Edited by Hueristic - 4/25/17 at 6:13am
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ASROCK is NOT a Subsidiary of ASUS. IIRC ASROCK is owned by Pegatron.

Asrock branched off Asustek in 2002, later was bought by Pegatron in 2010 in exchange for IP rights and manufacturing contracts.
https://successstory.com/companies/asrock

so yeah, Asrock is, or rather was, part of Asus during it's early years.
Edited by epic1337 - 4/25/17 at 6:19am
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Another week, another check in redface.gif

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I believe the board in question only supports Crossfire. I also told him he'd be fine with that board. That answered his question.


If some wants to overclock most of the B350 boards will limit their overclock ability as their vrm support is just not as good as the high end X370 boards. This is a serious consideration. You look at the top overclock scores on this web site for Ryzen. Few B350 booards are on that list. Penny pinching when overclocking is foolhardy in my opinion.
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If some wants to overclock most of the B350 boards will limit their overclock ability as their vrm support is just not as good as the high end X370 boards. This is a serious consideration. You look at the top overclock scores on this web site for Ryzen. Few B350 booards are on that list. Penny pinching when overclocking is foolhardy in my opinion.
As long as he's not trying to be on any leaderboards. he should be fine with overclocking his 1700. Can't tell you about Ryzen 2 or 3 though.
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Does Asrock Taichi have portable wifi module? In situation if it broke I can switch-replace wifi modul? Also portable bluetooth?
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I don't think the Taichi does but the Asrock X370 Killer does.
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hmm...I read that these wifi module are not quite durable? is that true?
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Never heard of that.
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