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MSI MAG x570 TOMAHAWK WIFI

Got this board a couple of weeks ago and noticed there was no thread for it yet, so here we go!


MSI MAG x570 TOMAHAWK WIFI
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MAG X570 TOMAHAWK, Ryzen 3700X, 2x8 FlareX (3200 B-Die), MSI 1080.

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New beta UEFI 7C84v115 released.

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Didn't make a difference for me
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I'm overall pleased with this motherboard but I've got to say, the FAN header placements boggle my mind. Most of them are mushed in to one tiny spot in the bottom part! My case has a cutout near that spot but my PSU partly blocks it. It's even worsened by the thick USB3 cable etc.


I see that you also have the "Unknown motherboard" error in AIDA64. Does anyone know what causes it? Seems really random
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Looks like a nice board, pity they have pretty much been unobtanium here in Europe. X570 Unity have been plenty, but it's 50€ more expensive for the same performance.

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I'm overall pleased with this motherboard but I've got to say, the FAN header placements boggle my mind. Most of them are mushed in to one tiny spot in the bottom part! My case has a cutout near that spot but my PSU partly blocks it. It's even worsened by the thick USB3 cable etc.


I see that you also have the "Unknown motherboard" error in AIDA64. Does anyone know what causes it? Seems really random
Yeah... Fan cables look tidy when you manage to put them in there but I actually had some trouble, initially.

I suppose the "Unknown motherboard" label could be because I'm using an outdated version of AIDA or maybe it's just a Beta BIOS bug.

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