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https://videocardz.com/newz/gigabyte...-listed-at-eec
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  • X570 AORUS ULTRA
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  • X570 I AORUS PRO WIFI
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  • X570 GAMING X
I'm interested in how strong they are relative to Z390 , Z390 Master was really good even though the powerstages were 40A because there was consideration into the heatsinking

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I just want to know what the benefits of ATX are in 2019. You can't really quad sli. So what's the point in having a million options for ATX when most people are fine with mATX and ITX. We need more high-end mATX option. I'm fine with sli on mATX.

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The benefit of ATX is usually more board area to put chips (such as the power delivery, clock gen, audio , USB redrivers, USB ports on rear IO, etc). mATX could be used especially for B550 (or the B450 successor) , since those generally aren't made for SLI / Crossfire anyway.


The B450 Pro Carbon is an example of a well made B450 board, even when Asus B450-E STRIX came out it didn't match it on power delivery or features. If the B450 Mortar or a B550M Pro Carbon was as well built then it wouldn't need to exist. In addition, the boards could have had 2 memory slots to have better memory support on the Ryzen platform.



If you look at sales, B450 Pro Carbon has been sold out at $130ish and backordered so all vendors should be paying attention to what sells. What sells is a board with IO + decent enough VRM (i.e. not those boards with 4 phases doubled low side fet that have been shown to hit 100-110°C) at a fair price.

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https://videocardz.com/newz/gigabyte...-listed-at-eec
  • X499 AORUS XTREME WATERFORCE
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  • X499 DESIGNARE EX-10G
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  • X570 AORUS ULTRA
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  • X570 AORUS PRO
  • X570 GAMING X
I'm interested in how strong they are relative to Z390 , Z390 Master was really good even though the powerstages were 40A because there was consideration into the heatsinking
I bet that X499 Xtreme Waterforce is going to be expeeeeeensive!

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Yeah, current mATX boards are indeed a joke. I really want to build a mATX Zen 2 system with good on-board sound and power delivery.

Yep me to. The MSI B350M Mortar Arctic I have isn't bad but it gets hot because it's hot where I live which is why my 1800X has never been overclocked. Also the stupid M.2 is under the GPU always a great place for it.


I still think out of all motherboard sizes mATX is the best, is compact enough to fit in small cases but is still big enough to handle a lot if needed, really annoying the vast majority of people / companies don't think the same .

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I still think out of all motherboard sizes mATX is the best, is compact enough to fit in small cases but is still big enough to handle a lot if needed, really annoying the vast majority of people / companies don't think the same .
It wasn't that long ago that people were begging for more capable ITX boards, it looks like the manufacturers answer was to shift the product slots for higher grade mATX boards over to the ITX line. I bet they could satisfy the market with one budget mATX and one high end mATX.

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It wasn't that long ago that people were begging for more capable ITX boards, it looks like the manufacturers answer was to shift the product slots for higher grade mATX boards over to the ITX line. I bet they could satisfy the market with one budget mATX and one high end mATX.
I noticed that as well recently. There are much better models at ITX than there are at mATX.

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Yeah even just a single xX70 mATX from each company would be good enough providing it has good power delivery and cooling for it, all the "high end" features the ATX boards have.

I don't see why they don't just take a high end ATX board, remove the extra slots and boom, high end mATX board and then you keep the whole market happy and obviously sell more boards .

Remember the Asus Gene line? Some versions could clock better than the top end ATX boards or near enough to it.

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So it is starting. How many of those boards have dual bios chips?
most gigabyte boards should, been a big part of their high end segment for a long time now i imagine it's the same with x570.

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I almost wanna buy the Ryzen 3k series and repurpose my 2700x and aurus gaming ultra to a plex server/data storage/test rig with multiple vm's. From my understanding, the vrm solution of my board barely handles the 2700x and will struggle with 12 or even 16 cores

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