ASUS TUF GAMING X570-PLUS

The TUF X570-Plus uses certified military-grade chokes to deliver steady power to the CPU and capacitors with a temperature tolerance span extending from -70 C to 125 C. Speaking of the VRM and power delivery, this motherboard uses 12+2 power stages using driver/MOSFET (or DrMOS) modules for efficient and clean power conservation to your components.

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COLORFUL CVN X570 GAMING PRO V14

This is actually the first time I am seeing the CVN Gaming packaging and I’m quite surprised COLORFUL is using a white packaging with grey highlights and some orange accents. The model name is printed on the sides and top cover but its a relatively dull box and easy to overlook and I highly suggest COLORFUL to stick with their more traditional packaging style.

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ASRock TRX40 Creator

Where all other TRX40 motherboards with the luxurious options sell at 800~1000 USD even, ASRock outs their TRX40 Creator, and the price is 499 USD. A heck of a lot of money, but features wise you still receive AX WOFO and 10 Gbps Ethernet. Worth it?

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MSI Creator TRX40

In this review I’ll be looking at the MSI TRX40 Creator motherboard.  This is a board supporting the extreme upper end of the AMD product line and designed specifically for the Threadripper 3.  This is my first hands on look at the new platform and while I really wanted to use the X399 I’m glad I waited.

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ASUS ROG STRIX TRX40-E GAMING

Squeaking in at just under £500, on test we have one of ASUS’ three TRX40 motherboards – the ROG STRIX TRX40-E Gaming. Featuring the ROG STRIX branding, ASUS is clearly gearing this board towards consumer enthusiasts who have a need for the Threadripper platform.

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ASUS ROG ZENITH II EXTREME

The ASUS ROG Zenith II Extreme is the successor to ASUS’s previous generation X399 board, the original Zenith Extreme, and comes packed with all the benefits of AMD’s TRX40 chipset. This includes PCIe 4.0, a strong USB 3.1 G2 implementation, and support for up to DDR4-4733 in quad-channel across eight memory slots. With a 16-phase power delivery for the CPU and a LiveDash 1.77” OLED color screen, the ROG Zenith II Extreme looks to set the standard for enthusiasts on AMD’s new high-end desktop platform.

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EVGA X299 Dark

The retail box for the EVGA X299 Dark is rather plain with few product specifications on the box. You will notice the “Optane” logo in the corner. This is not Optane DCPMM. Instead, it is Optane memory via SSDs.

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AMD Threadripper 3970X & 3960X

Now they’re here: AMD’s 32-core 64-thread Threadripper 3970X and 24-core 48-thread 3960X have landed in our labs with the same core counts as their predecessors, but instead of a headline achievement like a doubling of core counts, Threadripper’s new architecture serves as the star of the show. The ‘Castle Peak’ design brings a new design that does away with many of the previous-gen Threadrippers’ eccentricities, which equates to massive performance gains across the board.

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ASRock X570 AQUA

It is no secret that the AMD 7nm chips run somewhat warmer than previous generations, but the unique ASRock X570 Aqua looks to shake things up. The ASRock X570 Aqua features a full-cover aluminium and copper water block cooling the power delivery, CPU socket, and the X570 chipset all at once, and can be integrated into custom water cooling loops.

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ASRock TRX40 Creator

Today, we’ll be taking a quick look at the ASRock TRX40 Creator motherboard. It features AMD’s TRX40 chipset, and suitable for all the latest Ryzen Threadripper 3000-series processors. We’ve already reviewed ASRock’s other model, the TRX40 Taichi, which we thought was an excellent motherboard that offered a ton of features and excellent performance.

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