BIOSTAR Racing X370GT7

BIOSTAR recently released some epic Z170 and Z270 motherboards, but many remember them as one of the better motherboard brands for AMD-based products. Keeping up with its reputation for solid AMD motherboards, BIOSTAR has released a few X370 based motherboards. At the top of that pack is the X370GT7, and we have one here today.

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Price around £150, the PRIME promises the best of both worlds, offering a competitive price, yet still supporting all the high-end hardware you would expect from an X370 class motherboard. That means you’ll get support for DDR4 3200 (OC), M.2 storage, lots of SATA 6Gb/s ports, USB 3.1, Crossfire/SLI, high-end audio output, RGB lighting, and overclocking on all Ryzen AM4 processors.

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The X370 XPower Gaming Titanium is easily one of the most unique looking motherboards on the market. It also MSI’s newest motherboards for the recently released AMD Ryzen processors. Featuring silver and black highlights with a matching PCB, there’s no mistaking the XPower Titanium heritage. Built on MSI’s Military Class 5 foundation, the X370 XPower Gaming Titanium supports AMD’s latest…

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ASRock Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4

After taking a look at ASRock’s extremely well equipped X370 Taichi earlier this month today I will give ASRock’s Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4 a close examination. The two motherboards have similar features, but the Taichi is priced higher because it carries some more features than the X370 Gaming K4. Today I will see exactly what the differences between the two motherboards are, and if it’s worth saving or spending.

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MSI’s X370 Krait Gaming is affordable and offers all the platform features as well as a few extra. MSI is known for making gaming motherboards, and as one of the larger motherboard vendors has a large following of dedicated fans. Let’s take a look at what MSI has done for Ryzen with their X370 Krait Gaming.

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AMD Ryzen 5 1600X

The Ryzen 5 1600X provides a tremendous price-to-performance ratio for budget workstations that rivals Intel’s Broadwell-E offerings. Ryzen 5 also provides playable performance in most games, but it lags the Intel competition and doesn’t have as much overclocking headroom.

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The AMD Ryzen 5 1600X vs Core i5

For $250, the top Ryzen 5 1600X gives six cores and twelve threads of AMD’s latest microarchitecture. For the same price from Intel with a Core i5, you get four cores and no extra threads. Even though the Intel Core i5 based on Kaby Lake will have an instructions-per-clock advantage, it’s a hard hill to climb when the competition has 50% more cores and 200% more threads. In this review, we take the Ryzen 5 1600X and see if it smashes the market wide open.

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ASRock Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming K4

Equipped with ASRock Super Alloy features, such as Premium Power Choke, Steel Slots, Ultra M.2, Spike Protection, a matte black PCB design, and a PCB design that uses high-density glass fibre construction with 2oz of copper. On top of all that, you’ll also find a 9 power phase design, with Digi Power control, 15μ Gold Contact in DIMM Slots, 28Mb AMI UEFI Legal BIOS with multilingual GUI support, and much more!

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At £300, you’re looking at a sizeable hike from the already pricey Asus Crosshair VI Hero, although it’s plain to see that the X370 XPower Gaming Titanium does have a few extra features. For starters, there’s the gorgeous titanium-coloured PCB that extends round the rear of the board. The bolstered aesthetics continue with chrome-plated DIMM slots and steel-plated PCI-E slots too.

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