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Where in the world are the X570 mATX boards?

Literally, I can only find one, from ASRock. Is it like, a difficult thing to do or something?

I've had an affinity for small builds lately (not obnoxious, ITX levels of small) and I want to put a 3900X (or possibly 3950X) in a small build with my 1080Ti

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Quote: Originally Posted by Paladin Goo View Post
Literally, I can only find one, from ASRock. Is it like, a difficult thing to do or something?

I've had an affinity for small builds lately (not obnoxious, ITX levels of small) and I want to put a 3900X (or possibly 3950X) in a small build with my 1080Ti
That was my issue with the B/X 370 and 470 boards... The best mATX board seemed to be a good bit worse than a mediocre itx board. All I wanted was a smaller form-factor board with 4x DIMM slots. I know mATX really isn't that much smaller than ATX, but I have a Phanteks Evolv mATX [which is HUGE], but I love the case. Was really hoping the X570 mATX boards would solve the "POS" problem. Where is the GENE-equivalent at?

The X570M Pro 4 doesn't seem bad per se, but it sure seems overpriced for what it is.
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That was my issue with the B/X 370 and 470 boards... The best mATX board seemed to be a good bit worse than a mediocre itx board. All I wanted was a smaller form-factor board with 4x DIMM slots. I know mATX really isn't that much smaller than ATX, but I have a Phanteks Evolv mATX [which is HUGE], but I love the case. Was really hoping the X570 mATX boards would solve the "POS" problem. Where is the GENE-equivalent at?

The X570M Pro 4 doesn't seem bad per se, but it sure seems overpriced for what it is.
Indeed. If I'm going to spend almost $300 (canadian) on an mATX board, I'll spend an extra 60, get a Crosshair Hero and just get a small ATX case lol

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I am also quite suprised there's no X570M Pro Carbon from MSI for example. It seems DTX is the new hype these days lol.

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I am also quite suprised there's no X570M Pro Carbon from MSI for example. It seems DTX is the new hype these days lol.
I don't understand DTX; bifurcation of the X16 slot seems to have addressed the biggest reason to go to DTX. But I do admit I am ignorant to why DTX was actually requested.

Now if DTX supported more dimms...
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I don't understand DTX; bifurcation of the X16 slot seems to have addressed the biggest reason to go to DTX. But I do admit I am ignorant to why DTX was actually requested.

Now if DTX supported more dimms...
DTX should just replace the entire enthousiast ITX segment, but doesn't necessarily need to have 2 PCIe slots, just the extra board space is very useful and it fits in most dual/triple slot "itx" cases anyway.

Although 2 PCIe slots could still come in handy, think a 10Gb NIC in the first slot, and a dual slot gpu in the second for example.
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