ASUS PRIME X570-PRO

With the single thread performance of Zen 2 inching closer and closer to Intel’s, it is hard to argue with the value for the dollar presented by AMD’s Ryzen line up as top contenders for gaming and beyond. Last month, we looked at an entry-level motherboard from ASUS, the TUF Gaming X570-Plus, but today we are kicking things up a notch into the mid-range with the Prime X570-Pro from ASUS.

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ASUS PRIME X570-PRO

Less “gamer” it may be, but the hardware is still packing some punch. The 12+2 VRM with DrMOS, Pro Cool, Alloy Chokes, and their Durable Capacitors mean business for maxing out the latest Ryzen 9 CPUs. Plus, with an extra-durable PCB, OptiMem, and heatsinks on the M.2 and armour on the PCIe lanes, it not only looks great but is tuned for better performance and reliability.

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ASUS PRIME X570-PRO

With the ASUS Prime X570-Pro, ASUS is looking to strike a middle ground of performance and price. While it is no budget board, the ASUS Prime X570-Pro lacks luxuries like WiFi, multiple LAN options, or over the top aesthetics. Instead, the ASUS Prime X570-Pro focuses on what matters most by featuring a 14-phase digital VRM, integrated rear I/O shield, and HDMI 2.0b support.

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