BIOSTAR Racing B350GT3

The Biostar Racing B350GT3 comes decked in sobering blacks and grays, but it is ready to party having four RGB LED zones adjustable via their VIVID LED DJ feature. It has the standard B350 chipset option with four SATA3 ports, a 32Gb/s NVMe M.2 port (which also supports SATA SSDs), two USB 3.1 Gen2 5Gb/s, and six USB 3.1 Gen1 10Gb/s.

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Aorus is dedicated to gaming gear, including internal hardware, peripherals, and gaming laptops. The Aorus AX370-Gaming 5 (model GA-AX370-Gaming 5) features an AM4 socket, supporting Athlon value processors on up to the loftiest Ryzen 7 CPU. If you go with the Aorus AX370-Gaming 5 (or most gaming-minded motherboards aimed at the Ryzen 5 and 7 processors, for that matter), you’ll be pairing it with AMD’s X370 chipset…

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With the release of Ryzen and the X370 chipset, we’ve received a slew of new motherboards, including the Asus Prime X370-Pro. For those who don’t know, Prime is the new name for the Asus mainstream motherboards. Previously their mainstream motherboards didn’t have conventional naming, but that has changed. Prime motherboards have a much more conventional look compared to their ROG…

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If you’re planning on a CrossFire configuration, on the other hand, you have two good choices. One is the X370, of course; the other is the one-step-down B350, which can be found on boards with lighter price tags than big X370 beasts like the ROG Crosshair VI Hero.

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AMD Ryzen 5 1500X

The Ryzen 5 1500X offers a competitive price point and a good mix of characteristics, particularly if you’re willing to invest some time in tuning. Gaming remains a soft spot in the Ryzen series, but a bit of tuning provides a good bang-for-the-buck option against comparable locked Intel Core i5’s.

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ASRock X370 Taichi

Continuing our examination of high-end X370 motherboards for AMD’s new AM4 platform, ASRock’s £230 X370 Taichi is put under the microscope. Acting as the second-rung product in ASRock’s current X370 line-up, the Taichi uses a slightly different approach to supplied features in comparison to competing board vendors.

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Whilst we all like good performance for a low entry price, we also like a chance to stretch our creative abilities when it comes to building the system, and that is where the Arctic versions of the Tomahawk come in. MSI have a regular ATX and a mATX version of their B350 based motherboard, utilising a white colour scheme for those of you who prefer the brighter side of life. 

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The MSI Titanium unquestionably stands proud when it comes to looks. So many motherboards follow either the black and red colour scheme or – as is very much the case in the past 12 months or so – just black and some RGB lighting. With the Titanium MSI have gone all in on the silver looks, and we think that it looks spectacular. 

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