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A good X570 MoBo to pair with a 3700X?

I know it has been discussed alot but now there are different prices.
The aim is a good gaming experience, general purpose use and a small OC margin.
I found 3 similar items with similar prices (please feel free to add other better options with similar price):

Gigabyte X570 Elite - about 200€
Gigabyte X570 AORUS PRO WiFi - about 230€
Asus X570 TUF Gaming - a bit under 200€

30€ won't make any difference in my budget so can you please drive me to a good choice? Of course even suggesting different options.

Thank you in advance!
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 04-01-2020, 05:08 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by rares495 View Post
The TUF X570-Plus WIFI.
Ty for the quick answer. Can you please also tell me why? Price only?

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I went with the Aorus Pro Wifi in my build. It just seemed like the best bang for the buck at the time. I wanted built in wifi and bt, it has the better built in sound, thicker PCB than the cheaper options, and good power delivery for the price - not a big deal with a 3700 but it gives you the option of upgrading later. It also looks really good with all the flat black components I selected and the RGB implementation isn't over the top.

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You just cannot beat ASRock MB's looking at price/performance. I think they have the best bios in the biz too...

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Quote: Originally Posted by nadir View Post
Ty for the quick answer. Can you please also tell me why? Price only?

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It's better than the low-end GB/Asrock/MSI boards.

Or you can step up to the MSI X570 Unify if the budget allows.

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Quote: Originally Posted by mllrkllr88 View Post
You just cannot beat ASRock MB's looking at price/performance. I think they have the best bios in the biz too...
Are you talking about AsRock X570 Taichi? If so it's at about 300€ in my country. It's an higher category (and considered the best for that price) thus I can't compare it with the above mentioned MoBo's

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TUF X570-Plus WIFI.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Mr. Mojo View Post
I went with the Aorus Pro Wifi in my build. It just seemed like the best bang for the buck at the time. I wanted built in wifi and bt, it has the better built in sound, thicker PCB than the cheaper options, and good power delivery for the price - not a big deal with a 3700 but it gives you the option of upgrading later. It also looks really good with all the flat black components I selected and the RGB implementation isn't over the top.
This is something I was not considering!

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I also have the Asus TUF X570 WiFi. I like it a lot, no major issues. No issues at all, and I can't hear the chipset fan at all.
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