Nowhere has this toasty little chipset caused more issues than on mini-ITX. In fact, MSI has seemingly given up altogether, leaving the market to the other three big manufacturers; today, we’re looking at Gigabyte’s offering, the X570 I Aorus Pro WiFi, and assessing how the firm has gotten around the various hurdles AMD’s latest chipset has presented.

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The ASUS X570 range certainly has a model to suit all demands and desires. So far we’ve looked at the Strix-E, the TUF Gaming and the Prime. If you want one of the Republic of Gamers brand motherboards in your system we’ve looked at the Hero and the Formula. Both full size takes upon the breed.

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ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming X

Asrock’s X570 Phantom Gaming X motherboard uses an almost entirely black PCB. The board would look rather bland by itself, but most of the PCB surface is covered by super-substantial heatsinks and a rear I/O shroud. The heatsinks themselves have multiple dark shades on them, as well as streaks of red and prominent portions of steel.

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ASRock X570 Extreme4

In addition to the usual black PCB, this motherboard features blue and grey highlights on the board that distinguish it from the swarm of black motherboards on the market nowadays. This board also has steel plating on its rear I/O shroud, over the chipset, and arching over one of the M.2 slots. This adds extra contrast, and the metal lends an aura of durability.

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The X570-Pro tries to offer a balance between price and performance that their Republic of Gamers brand tends to exceed. Things like exotic LAN implementations and fancy board-wide RGB lighting has been omitted but powerful 14-phase VRMs and clever power-saving technologies have been employed.

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It’s easy to forget that there are plenty of good-value B450 motherboards out there in the wake of scores of wallet-hitting X570 boards landing in the nine weeks since 3rd Gen Ryzen’s arrival. Most are equally capable of running AMD’s new CPUs, and today we’re making the switch from our trusty Ryzen 7 2700X to the mighty Ryzen 9 3900X to test previous-generation motherboards. 

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