The ProArt X570-Creator WiFi comes with a few accessories. You get a big bundle of black SATA cables as well as a short DisplayPort cable to use with the board DisplayPort input to go from your GPU to the board for Thunderbolt 4 support. You get a front panel connection helper that lets you wire everything out in the open then plug it all in at once and M.2 screws and rubber pads. The ProArt X570-Creator WiFi comes with a full user guide and a DVD with the software and drivers installed on it as well as a card with a QR code to guide you through installing the Asus Control Center software.

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The Asus ProArt X570-Creator WiFi comes in a standard sized box with no frills or bells and whistles. The design is austere and stylish at the same time. The kit is located under the board in separate compartments.

The scope of delivery is relatively modest: in addition to traditional elements such as a user manual and SATA cables, there is an antenna for the built-in Wi-Fi module, screws for M.2 slots, a drive with software, a cable for connecting the DisplayPort output of an external video card to a similar input via the Intel Thundferbolt4 interface, proprietary adapter for the front panel.

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The ASUS ProArt range has always been aimed at creative types, but with the X570-Creator WiFi ASUS have applied those needs in motherboard form, with huge bandwidth connectivity options in both networking and storage terms. That isn’t to say it’s not a gaming motherboard – they’re all well-rounded these days – but simply that where possible they have aimed it more for those of you who are creators first and foremost. Let’s give it a look before finding out how good it is at these creative tasks.

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ASUS ProArt X570-CREATOR WIFI – Tom’s Hardware

Powering the CPU on the Asus ProArt X570-Creator WIFI is a 14+2 VRM, capable of driving AMD’s flagship Ryzen 9 5950X at stock speeds and while overclocked. The X570 version we’re testing today includes three M.2 sockets and six SATA ports, which should be enough for most content creators, without throwing in an add-in-card. Along with the increased storage options and fast Wi-Fi, the board includes a 10 GbE port, flagship-class audio (albeit last-generation) and two Thunderbolt 4 USB Type-C ports to round out primary connectivity. Overall, it’s a well-appointed motherboard for content creators looking for an X570 workhorse.

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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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ASUS ProArt X570-CREATOR WIFI – GreenTech_Reviews

ASUS ProArt X570-Creator WiFi is the third Creator board aimed at media content developers who are satisfied with the existing AMD AM4 processors, but need a full range of high-speed ports and interfaces. Earlier, we studied options based on Intel Z490 and AMD B550 chipsets, and this time we have a model based on AMD’s flagship chipset – X570. The motherboard also features a completely passive mode of operation, the most powerful power subsystem, extended support and the ability to work in 24/7 mode.

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