ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB3

he ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB3 proved itself to perform well in our stock and overclocking testing. For those who need a Thunderbolt 3 port, this is one of the few boards that offer it. Though it has three USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports on the rear IO, it only has five in total. And the chipset fan was audible at stock settings.

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The Gigabyte X570 Aorus Pro Wi-Fi proved itself to perform well in the stock testing as well overclocking, handling these stressful situations with ease. It has a pleasing feature set, including Wi-Fi 6 integration, front and rear USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports, and dual PCIe 4.0 x4 M.2 slots (both with heatsinks), along with RGB LED highlights. 

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ASRock X570 Extreme4

This time we will take a closer look at the X570 Extreme4. The Extreme4 motherboard series is popular because of its high performance at a reasonable price. I hope that the tested motherboard won’t be any different, and we will be able to recommend it to our readers.

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ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming X

Today we test on the ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming X motherboard. Already in our previous ASRock Z390 Taichi and ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 9 motherboard reviews we assumed that one cannot surpass the incredibly extensive motherboard equipment, but ASRock once again surpassed themselves and we are absolutely excited!

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The Crosshair VIII Formula sports a wide selection of high end elements befitting of a Republic of Gamers branded product. We have the pre-mounted IO shield that has saved all our fingertips from cuts, the SupremeFX audio which utilises the ubiquitous ESS ES9023P DAC dripping honey into your ears, as well as the PCI Express 4.0 slots that are such a headline feature of the X570 Chipset.

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BIOSTAR Racing X570GT8

Biostar’s current sole X570 board is the least-expensive option that includes three heatsink-covered M.2 slots, while still including six SATA ports. Stock performance is on par with the competition, but overclocking was a bit of a disappointment. It’s a solid choice for builds focused on storage, but I wonder how it will handle overclocking future high-end Ryzen CPUs.

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ASRock X570M Pro4

Engineered around the AMD X570 chipset, the Pro4 is ready to accept any of the Ryzen 2nd or 3rd Gen. CPUs, up-to and including the upcoming Ryzen 3950X. With the X570 chipset comes a plethora of next-gen features, one of which is the PCI-E 4.0 standard, offering double the bandwidth of the outgoing specification, but with full backwards compatibility.

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Today we venture into the world of the new extremely high-end AMD X570 motherboards, most of which cost as much if not more than their X299 counterparts, which says a lot in itself. With the X370 and X470 chipsets, costs were a bit lower since there was no PCI-E 4.0, but now with the new technology, boards cost more if they implement the new technology.

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The ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO (WiFi) is positioned as a high-end mainstream option that has the accoutrement one would expect from the ROG brand ASUS has built up. With M.2 heatsinks on both slots, a premium lighting solution, integrated rear I/O shield, and great ASUS BIOS, the ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO (WiFi) has the ingredients of a premium board.

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