ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE

Today we have the pre-order launch of Intel’s Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X processors and together with that is the reveal of performance for Intel’s X299 motherboards. For this review we have one of the launch models available for first adopters, the ASUS PRIME X299-DELUXE motherboard. Read on!

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ASUS ROG STRIX X370-F GAMING

One of the biggest breakout ranges in recent years has to be the ASUS Strix. What started off as a curious design study based around Owls has quickly evolved into something which – whisper it – is a serious contender to the title of best product ASUS do, including high-end ROG stuff.

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ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO

ASUS is no stranger to us here at Bjorn3D, and they were kind enough to supply their flagship Ryzen motherboard, the ROG Crosshair VI Hero, for review. Seen by many as one of the premier motherboards available at launch, the ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero experienced demands not often seen. 

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ASUS ROG STRIX B350-F GAMING

Apart from this, the two boards are relatively similar while the ROG Strix B350-F Gaming has some advantages over the Gigabyte AB350-Gaming 3 too. It has more fan headers, better cooling, and more CPU power phases, plus you get an additional 1x PCI-E slot and Asus’ SupremeFX Realtek S1220A Codec.

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ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO

Back in 2006, Asus set the standard for high-end computer hardware when the launched the Republic of Gamers (ROG) line up.  One of the most exciting parts of any new processor or even chipset launch is seeing what Asus has in store with their ROG line up. Now with AMDs first all new architecture since 2011, Asus has launched their flagship…

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ASUS PRIME X370-PRO

With the release of Ryzen and the X370 chipset, we’ve received a slew of new motherboards, including the Asus Prime X370-Pro. For those who don’t know, Prime is the new name for the Asus mainstream motherboards. Previously their mainstream motherboards didn’t have conventional naming, but that has changed. Prime motherboards have a much more conventional look compared to their ROG…

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ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO

If you’re planning on a CrossFire configuration, on the other hand, you have two good choices. One is the X370, of course; the other is the one-step-down B350, which can be found on boards with lighter price tags than big X370 beasts like the ROG Crosshair VI Hero.

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ASUS PRIME X370-PRO

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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ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO

Getting everything out of the box and taking a look at the accessories you have a set of Republic of Gamers stickers, I/O shield, four SATA cables, Q-connector, RGB LED strip extension cable, SLI HB bridge, ROG cable lables, ROG coaster, user’s guide, driver & software CD, and a coupon for 20% off CableMod cables.

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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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