MSI MEG X570S ACE MAX – Wccftech

Touting it as the X570S (S for Silent), one of the main features of the new motherboards is the lack of active cooling solution on the X570 PCH. Several users had requested their respective favorite brands to offer fanless motherboards and well here they are. Rocking brand new designs, features, and improved power delivery, the X570S motherboards are finally available and today, we will be taking a look at MSI’s flagship X570S motherboard, the MEG X570S ACE MAX which is priced at $449 US.

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MSI’s MAG X570S Tomahawk MAX WIFI is, as you might guess, a refresh of the X570 Tomahawk WIFI. For $289.99, the X570S  model iteratively improves on the previous board, while ditching the chipset fan, and makes a compelling option to build your budget/mid-range AMD Ryzen-based system around. It offers users the latest in audio and Wi-Fi capabilities, along with capable (though not updated) power delivery.

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Here is the £290 MSI MPG X570S Carbon Max WiFi. No surprises in learning it has similarities to the X570 Gaming Pro Carbon WiFi, but credit where it’s due, MSI has changed the aesthetic and a number of key features in this transition.

Chief amongst these improvements is greater heatsink coverage, that lack of chipset fan, and RGB lighting across two sections. LEDs beneath the Carbon name on the southbridge heatsink are clearly visible, which isn’t ideal. MSI has done a much better job on the three-sliver lighting on top of the main VRM heatsink as the LEDs are hidden away.

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Focusing on the ASUS ProArt X570-Creator WiFi, this motherboard has a really unique position on X570 by offering genuine prosumer features such as Thunderbolt 4, 10GbE networking, and advanced security capabilities.

There are some downsides such as slightly questionable PCIe bandwidth allocations and less preferential fan splitter capabilities on heavily cooled systems. But this board will certainly appeal to WFH or freelancing prosumer types, especially with that 24/7 tested operation giving significant peace of mind.

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ASRock X570S PG Riptide – FunkyKit

Today we will be taking a look at the ASRock X570S PG Riptide motherboard, which is designed for gamers and users who wants great performance at an affordable price. It features the latest X570S chipset, a fanless version of the orginal X570. It’s compatible with all of the AMD Ryzen 3000, 4000 G-Series and 5000 series of desktop processors, and supports memory speeds of up to DDR4 5000+ (OC).

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Otherwise, ASUS ROG Strix B550-E Gaming has a full set of modern interfaces and overclocking functions, a powerful power circuit on 70-amp assemblies, an additional number of useful features like a POST indicator and a “magic” Bios FlashBlack button, an advanced audio path, fast Ethernet 2, 5 Gbps and built-in Wi-Fi 6. The motherboard overclocks memory remarkably, the processor – + 200-300 MHz for happiness, as usual with Ryzen. Some of the behavior is described in the previous section.

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ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Extreme is the flagship of the Crosshair VIII series among which has not existed for several years – the last one was in the days of the AMD X370 chipset. The novelty differs from its predecessor in the person of Crosshair VI Extreme, in general, in everything, since the requirements and capabilities of current AMD processors are radically different from those of the very first generation. What does the manufacturer offer us and what can be done about it? Let’s find out right now in this article!

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The X570S Aorus Master by GIGABYTE is an advanced motherboard model that sports an 14+2 phase digital VRM, quad DIMM slots (dual-channel configuration – 128GB total supported with speeds exceeding 5400MHz), 3 full-length EMI shielded (and reinforced) PCIe 4.0 slots (x16/x8-4 / x16 slot operates at up to x8 when the x8 slot is populated / x4 slot shares bandwidth with the M2C_SB connector), onboard ARGB LEDs, 4 M.2 SSD slots (Gen4x4), 6 native SATA 6Gb/s ports (with RAID 0/1/10 support), Realtek ALC1220-BN audio codec (paired with the ESS SABRE 9118 DAC), Intel AX201 Dual-Band WiFi 6/BT 5.2 wireless adapter, Intel i225 2.5GbE LAN, dual temperature sensor headers, two RGB LED strip headers and a Thunderbolt add-in connector (extra TB card required to use).

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ASRock B550 PG Riptide – Guru3D

Meet the Asrock B550 PG RIPTIDE motherboard. It’s a mid-tier ATX product from the Phantom Gaming series. According to Asrock – Riptide is named after a specific kind of water current with strong waves in the ocean, representing the philosophy of the sea’s double-side, calm and unlimited strength. Built around powerful gaming-related features, the Riptide has given a powerful smash and immerse users in the sense of stability. This is a 30.5 x 24.4 cm ATX-factor product equipped with a B550 chipset, and it offers such features as a 10-phase power design (Dr. MOS) and 1x 2.5 Gigabit ethernet (Killer Ethernet E3100). The design is rather attractive, with a consistent black-and-grey theme. MSRP is at about 160 USD, so it’s reasonably priced.

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EVGA X570 DARK Pictured @ Wccftech

The X570 DARK from EVGA features the AM4  socket with support AMD Ryzen Desktop CPUs up to Zen 3. The CPU socket is powered by two 8-pin connectors which are located next to the 24-pin power connectors, all of which are right-angled for easier cable management. Jacob Freeman of EVGA has confirmed that the chip is an ‘X570S’ variation since it doesn’t feature an active-cooling solution.

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