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Strix-i vs aoruos-i, same price!
Asus have a dp1.4 and dual fans
Not sure why gigabyte went with dual hdmi 2.0, outdated.
I also guess Gigabyte true 8 phases no need the vrm fan
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I need some sane advice:

I am contemplating on jumping the Threadripper ship and getting a 3950x when it releases. I have secured an order for Gigabyte X570 Extreme, but having second thoughts. I plan on overclocking, but nothing crazy (something 27/4 sustainable under water). Any real reason to get Aorus Extreme over Master or Crosshair Hero? And if so, which one to stick with?
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Extreme if you want no chipset fan and 10gb networking, master or hero otherwise.. or even the asus x570-p if you just want function and don't want to spend money on plastic covers and complicated lighting. x570-p has same vrm as z390 hero iirc.

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Finally have funds to get off this sandy bridge/7950 system.

Looking to build a 3700X system. I tend to use my hardware for a long time and really don't like the idea of another chipset fan as a point of failure, not to mention noise.

I have been considering going with the Asrock X470 Taichi motherboard.

I intend to use a primary 1 TB M.2 ssd, but don't think I really need the x4 ssd options.

I like native usb-c support and maybe will eventually upgrade to better m2 drive

I have looked at asrock x570 extreme4 but really do not like M.2 slot locations, also Giga x570 elite and ASUS Tuf x570



After rereading parts of this thread I am seriously considering going for the Aorus Elite Wifi, prefer the intel LAN.

From a longevity standpoint, do any of the 250-300$ boards have worthwhile improvement? I think I read that a bios update is out for zero fan for other vendors than MSI, is this correct?


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Quote: Originally Posted by Biorganic View Post
Finally have funds to get off this sandy bridge/7950 system.

Looking to build a 3700X system. I tend to use my hardware for a long time and really don't like the idea of another chipset fan as a point of failure, not to mention noise.

I have been considering going with the Asrock X470 Taichi motherboard.

I intend to use a primary 1 TB M.2 ssd, but don't think I really need the x4 ssd options.

Is there any other real reason I should look into X570 chipset?

I have looked at asrock x570 extreme4 but really do not like M.2 slot locations EDIT* also Giga x570 elite and ASUS Tuf x570



Any and all help is appreciated!

You don't need an X570 motherboard if you are not needing PCIE gen. 4(which you don't need). The Taichi is a good motherboard.
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You don't need an X570 motherboard if you are not needing PCIE gen. 4(which you don't need). The Taichi is a good motherboard.
I was reading about 3600 RAM being ideal for ryzen 2, not sure the x470 Tachi can accomodate this, although my understanding was the IMC on the cpu i/o die would handle this. Only other thing I could think of is the "glitchy" rgb reports of asrock software...

Now I am sort of in Limbo between the x570 Aorus elite wifi and x470 Taichi.

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3600Mhz is ideal in that is should be easy to achieve in 99% of cases as long as your memory isn't bad.

3800 with 1900FCLK gives best performance instead. But not all motherboards and cpu:s can handle the 1900FCLK. There are cases when even 1800FCLK wasn't stable for some rare cases but most should be able to do 1800FCLK to match the 3600Mhz MEM speed.
That is unless you run 4xDR memory for 64GB etc which can limit your max clock to some extent. Seen people struggle with that to some extent.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Nighthog View Post
3600Mhz is ideal in that is should be easy to achieve in 99% of cases as long as your memory isn't bad.

3800 with 1900FCLK gives best performance instead. But not all motherboards and cpu:s can handle the 1900FCLK. There are cases when even 1800FCLK wasn't stable for some rare cases but most should be able to do 1800FCLK to match the 3600Mhz MEM speed.
That is unless you run 4xDR memory for 64GB etc which can limit your max clock to some extent. Seen people struggle with that to some extent.



hello buddy, I saw that your previous board was x470 gt8 and i would like to know how good it is in your experience, and if its good to OC?

Its "on sale" in brazil and here is really hard to find anothers good boards like tomahawk or pro carbon for example.
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