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Socket / CPU
- 2-Way SLI Capable
- CrossFire Capable
PCI-E x16 Slots
PCI-E x8 Slots
PCI-E x4 Slots
PCI-E x1 Slots
SATA 6 Gb/s
Onboard USB3.0 Headers
- 25 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build The Forge
Beautiful board, haven’t had any issues so far. MSI BIOS is admittedly not quite on par with ROG that I’ve used previously but it’s perfectly usable.
- 20 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Old Guy's First Build
Why would I spend this much on the motherboard? In large measure, I really fell for the aesthetics of it. To me it just oozes quality, and I love the fact that it doesn't have any RGB. The unboxing experience lived up to expectations: this is a solid, substantial piece. The built-in heat-sinks help the chip-set and SSD run cool and quiet. I've never seen the chipset fan turn on during use ... had to try the "all fans max" switch in BIOS to make sure the thing worked. Gen 4 PCIe and Wi-Fi 6 help future-proof the system, so I think this board will serve well as I incrementally upgrade the system for quite a few years.
- 11 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Birthday 2019 Build, Red/Black Theme 2070 Super
Great motherboard with all the features of X570 and no RGB so an ultimate win imo
- 7 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Sober black
No RGB, rock solid VRM, extremely heavy cooling blocks ( I really mean heavy board is the heaviest board I have ever lifted) and user cleanable (yes you can blow the dust) pch fan. PCH fan only runs at boot up, I have never seen it running never touched the settings of that fan and never seen temperatures above 45C on the chipset. Nowadays for x570 platform you have to choose between 6-8 sata with 2 m.2 or 3 m.2 with 4 sata. I have chosen the latter. Gigabyte and Asrock provides you with more than 4 sata ports but when you install 3rd m.2 nvme everything above 4 sata is disabled which I do not need actually. For price performance and avoiding all stupid colors and RGB, I got what I really care for my money.
- 6 points
- 12 minutes ago
from completed build Black to the Future
There are not enough stars. Kudos and accolades all round at MSI for coming up with this incredible kick-save after the mess that was it's initial x570 lineup. How on earth they managed to keep themselves out of the RGB arms race is beyond me. It's literally the Switzerland of mobos: everything you need, nothing you don't, knows it's business and smugly goes about it like clockwork no matter what the Italians are doing on the other side of the Alps. BIOS is solid and reasonably organized, as BIOSs go. VRMs never move off 35C, chipset sits around 45C (fan is loud at startup, but I defy you to get it to run afterward). VRM heatsink/I/O cover is a work of art (demonstrably unnecessary, but nice to look at). CPU temp readout on the post code display is a really nice touch. Wifi-6 is a revelation coming from USB-N, I'm getting all of my 300Mbps fiber connection. Plenty of M.2 slots, in the right places, with useful heatsinks. Folks complain about the stingy SATA offering, but I'm only using one, and that will go away as soon as 2Tb M.2 drives get to $100. On the other hand, the software side is more vintage MSI. Realtek/Nahimic audio drivers are a convoluted mystery. Fussed around with them for awhile, including breaking the MS Store. One day sound started coming out, so I left it as-is. Never did install Nahimic. Avoiding Dragon Center due to iffy reports. Sounds like it's mostly buggy crudware. OCing is better left to BIOS or Ryzen Master, and I prefer to do my driver and BIOS updates manually, thankyaverramuch. BIOS fan control is easy and works fine. The couple aRGB strips I did install have a discrete controller, so I'll pass on Mystic Light. Ironically, it would be nice to have some rudimentary RGB control in the BIOS for those of us that just want to put a little light on the subject, not start a circus.
- 3 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build zhoti's rig
Changed from Asus Crosshair VIII HERO to this board because of very high chipset temps. On this MoBo chipset fan is in better location so that GPU doesn't block fan getting air and seems to have overall better cooling solution for chipset. idle temps around 40-50c and 60-70c on load.
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