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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 07-17-2019, 04:41 AM - Thread Starter
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best bang for the buck x570 mobo for the 3700x

So I'll be building an ITX system for my Sister which will be used for light/medium rendering (3D and other stuff).

Do you guys have any recommendations for a motherboard for this build? Are the good ones not yet released? I'm reading loads of bugs with the BIOS of the now availables mobo's out there.

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Here you go op.

Motherboard - 130$

https://www.newegg.com/msi-performan...2E16813144190#


RAM - 150$

https://www.newegg.com/ballistix-16g...82E16820164149

AIO - 60$

https://www.newegg.com/cooler-master...2YM-0004-00015


TTL: 340$

Notes: 1. You need to flash the bios with the latest version using a USB stick BUT not sure you can do it without CPU.

2. You can opt for a slower RAM like 3200 CL16 and oc it.
3. Not familiar with AIOs so i just threw one in there.

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Here you go op.

Motherboard - 130$

https://www.newegg.com/msi-performan...2E16813144190#


RAM - 150$

https://www.newegg.com/ballistix-16g...82E16820164149

AIO - 60$

https://www.newegg.com/cooler-master...2YM-0004-00015


TTL: 340$

Notes: 1. You need to flash the bios with the latest version using a USB stick BUT not sure you can do it without CPU.

2. You can opt for a slower RAM like 3200 CL16 and oc it.
3. Not familiar with AIOs so i just threw one in there.
Thanks, but I was actually specifically looking for an X570 mobo (as mentioned in the title)

As for the RAM, I did read that a 3200 CL16 would be a B-die chip. Is that true for 32GB kits as well? Or just 16GB's?

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Bang for buck, but you're asking about samsung b-die?

How about a budget target instead, as I think bang for buck as it is commonly understood isn't what you're after.
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Quote: Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
Thanks, but I was actually specifically looking for an X570 mobo (as mentioned in the title)

As for the RAM, I did read that a 3200 CL16 would be a B-die chip. Is that true for 32GB kits as well? Or just 16GB's?
I read from another forum that this can oc to 3600MHz

https://www.newegg.com/ballistix-16g...82E16820164131


Type of die seem not to matter much anymore with Ryzen 3000.

Can't find an itx X570. They might not be out yet or im just not good at looking.

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Bang for buck, but you're asking about samsung b-die?

How about a budget target instead, as I think bang for buck as it is commonly understood isn't what you're after.
Ok, let's call it "not too expensive" then. I want to be able to OC the RAM, so a Samsung b-die would be preferable. Budget is flexible but it still depends on how expensive (relative) the price is.

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Asus TUF x570 has been named one of the best mid rangers for value and performance
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Asus TUF x570 has been named one of the best mid rangers for value and performance
Isn't that ATX? I need an ITX one.

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Looks like Asrock will have one pretty soon according to a representative..
https://www.reddit.com/r/sffpc/comme...ng_their_x570/
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