ASUS PRIME X370-PRO

That step down typically loses you those handy overclocking and testing tools – power and reset buttons, CMOS clear buttons, LEDS POST code displays and USB BIOS Flashback are all absent from the Prime X370-Pro, but it’s a similar story with Z270 boards – and you’ll be hard-pressed to find these features for less than £200…

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ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac

Today we are publishing our review of our first consumer motherboard in a long time, the ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac motherboard. The ASRock board is designed to pair with higher core count Ryzen 7 (and soon Ryzen 5) CPUs and provide a solid platform for a low-cost workstation with more computing power than the Intel Core i7-7000 series. 

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GIGABYTE AORUS GA-AX370-GAMING 5

Gigabyte has given several of its AM4 X370 motherboards the Aorus treatment. We examine the Aorus AX370-Gaming 5 – a £205 motherboard that features Gigabyte’s Smart Fan 5 system and RGB Fusion LED lighting. Storage geeks will be happy to see the inclusion of M.2 and U.2, as well as 10Gbps USB 3.1 Gen 2, while users looking for a straightforward running process will appreciate Gigabyte’s UEFI-based XMP memory support.

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GIGABYTE AORUS GA-AX370-Gaming 5

In this review we check out the Aorus AX370 Gaming 5 from Gigabyte. This motherboard is incredibly nice looking and perhaps a perfect match for your Ryzen series 5 or 7 processor. The X370 motherboard is seated in the high-end Ryzen motherboard spectrum. A motherboard with a black and white design with gorgeous looks and some extras.

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GIGABYTE GA-AB350-GAMING 3

The Gigabyte AB350-Gaming 3 is also, as its name suggests, the first B350 chipset motherboard we’ve looked at, too. This is AMD’s cut-back version of the X370 chipset that still allows overclocking of Ryzen CPUs, but does skimp on some features and has fewer SATA ports, USB ports and slightly more limited flexibility when it comes to mixing and matching SATA devices and PCI-E SSDs.

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ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO

ASUS’ Crosshair VI Hero is currently flying the flag for the Republic of Gamers (ROG) range on AMD’s new AM4 platform. Sporting the X370 chipset and a healthy power delivery system to feed thirsty Ryzen CPUs, ASUS’ premium ATX motherboard also comes equipped with RGB lighting, onboard M.2, and an internal 10Gbps USB 3.1 header.

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GIGABYTE AORUS GA-AX370-Gaming 5

As our second AMD X370 motherboard review, I will be putting the GIGABYTE/Aorus AX370-Gaming 5 under the microscope, and dissect its secrets. The AMD X370 chipset provides a decent amount of IO expansion over the basics provided by the CPU. Most notably, the X370 chipset offers two USB 3.1 ports, which is a first for a platform chipset.

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ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO

We have tested and reviewed all Ryzen 7 processors, now it is time to zoom into the motherboards. This reviews details the €289 ASUS Crosshair VI Hero. The X370 motherboard is the high-end alternative in the Ryzen motherboard spectrum. A motherboard with plenty of features and options, as well as a little RGB bling.

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AMD Ryzen 7 1700X

AMD is trying to shake up the market with shockingly low prices for its 8C/16T Ryzen 7 line-up. And while these CPUs don’t dominate every workload, there is hope the company’s newest architecture is compelling across enough segments to put much-needed pressure on Intel.

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MSI B350 TOMAHAWK

However, with the B350 in Tomahawk guise there is very little to pick between it and the big cahuna X370 motherboards. In fact as far as we can tell the only differences are that the B350 only has a single M.2 slot, and it has no multi-GPU technology so that means no AMD Crossfire or nVidia SLI.

Read more @ OC3D