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.

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ASUS PRIME X370-PRO

To ensure that people can get the very best from the motherboard with ease, ASUS have also unified their various proprietary hardware and software technologies to create 5-Way Optimization by Dual Intelligent Processors 5. So at the click of a button, your system will optimise CPU performance, cooling, and power efficiency all at once.

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ASRock X370 Taichi

ASRock’s X370 Taichi is their third Taichi branded motherboard to hit the market. The Taichi is one of ASRock’s top-end motherboards, so it’s loaded with the latest features. The ying-yang symbol provides a pleasant aesthetic to match your (Ry)zen processor. Excuse the wordplay, but the coincidence is a neat thing, and could provide for a great build theme.

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ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO

Our first X370 motherboard review is on the motherboard that AMD provided inside our Ryzen reviewer’s kit. The Crosshair VI Hero is ASUS’s current top offering for the AMD AM4 platform and uses AMD’s X370 chipset. The X370 chipset and Ryzen CPU ecosystem is no longer similar to that of Intel, or anything we have seen before.

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GIGABYTE AORUS GA-AX370-GAMING 5

GIGABYTE have also implemented their USB DAC-UP 2 technology on two rear panel USB ports, as well as via the front USB30_1 header, this technology provides clean, isolated, low noise power which is suitable for external DACs (Digital-to-Analogue Converter) aka external soundcards/headphone amps as well as high power peripherals such as VR headsets/external storage drives.

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ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO

This is one of the two boards that came with our initial review setup for the new Ryzen processors. So today I’m going to check out the new Crosshair VI Hero and see what it is all about and find out if it is a good option to consider for those of you excited to build a new high-end AMD build.

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ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO

As you’d expect from a £200+ ROG board, you get the full complement of overclocking and testing tools, including USB BIOS Flashback, which helped us out more than once with some teething problems we’ve had in our initial Ryzen testing. There’s a CMOS clear switch, power and reset buttons plus an LED POST display, as well.

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ASRock X370 Taichi

With the plethora of connectivity options enabled by X370, ASRock has taken the bull by the horns and given us a board that will become the centerpiece to any PC builder’s work of art. Reminiscent of our MSI 990FXA Gaming review back in 2016, the Taichi is a beauty.

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GIGABYTE GA-AB350-GAMING 3

It also has six integrated temperature sensor in various zones which can be synched in tune with the Gigabyte SmartFan 5 system. Unlike many X370 motherboards however, the AB350-Gaming 3 is also Ryzen APU ready, having display output options available for when AMD releases Ryzen processors with integrated graphics capability.

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