ASUS ProArt X570-CREATOR WIFI – LANOC

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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ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VIII EXTREME – TechPowerUp

The ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Extreme features a powerful 18+2 VRM solution with 20 Texas Instruments power stages rated for 90 A. The jaw-dropping specifications do not stop there, either. Built upon ASUS’s excellent BIOS, the included EZ mode provides an optimal, stress-free experience for configuring the system. The Crosshair VIII Extreme also offers great connectivity with not only WiFi 6E and 10 Gb/s Ethernet, but Thunderbolt 4, and five M.2 slots round out this list. There is just too much to list in a single paragraph. ASUS has even outdone themselves and placed a 2″ LiveDash OLED screen on the motherboard. 

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ASUS ROG CROSSHAIR VIII EXTREME – ThinkComputers

This motherboard has the most accessories I’ve ever seen shipped with a board before. We have our manuals, six SATA cables, ARGB splitter, RGB extension cable, fan splitter cables, ROG fan controller, ROG DIMM.2 module, ROG Clavis DAC, WiFi Antenna, Q-connector, ROG keychain, ROG screwdriver, ROG stickers, ROG USB flash drive (drivers included), ROG thank you card, ROG case badge, and M.2 screws.

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EVGA X570 DARK – NikKTech

When I checked the early pictures and specifications for the X570 DARK many months ago I have to admit that it felt just as good as the Z590 DARK model. Unfortunately, however unlike Intel motherboards AMD has chosen to “link” RAM performance directly with their CPUs and so anything over 4GHz needs way too much tweaking to use (both in terms of voltage and timings). Curiosity got the better of me and so i did try with the Faye 16GB 5GHz kit by Neo Forza but even 4400-4600MHz was very hard to achieve (again, much higher voltage needed with higher CAS latency – was unable to go any higher – didn’t push the motherboard a lot however).

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MSI Rolling Out AMD AGESA 1.2.0.5 Beta BIOS’ for B550, X570

It’s been a while since we got a new firmware update on the AMD 500-series platform. The last one, the AGESA 1.2.0.4, and its respective patches were launched back in September and with new Ryzen CPU families coming to the platform real soon, a new BETA BIOS was inbound for launch.

According to MSI, the major changes that the new AMD AGESA  1.2.0.5 BIOS firmware adds is first of all the update to the new firmware which also updates the SMU firmware for AMD’s Ryzen CPUs including Vermeer (Ryzen 5000), Cezanne (Ryzen 5000G), Picasso (Ryzen 3000G) and Raven Ridge (Ryzen 2000G).

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ASUS ProArt X570-CREATOR WIFI – iXBT

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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ASUS ProArt X570-CREATOR WIFI – OC3D

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 ROG CROSSHAIR VIII EXTREME – Chiphell

The excessive heat generation of the original X570 made it almost impossible to use passive cooling control, which greatly affected the user experience. And AMD finally decided to optimize the X570 two years after its release, bringing the motherboard factory to bring a round of X570 “Refresh”. With this round of rhythm, ROG officially added the ultimate model of the Crosshair VIII series: ROG Crosshair VIII Extreme, which is C8E. The last time ROG Extreme appeared on the AMD mainstream platform, it was launched in 2017 based on the original AM4 platform. X370 chipset C6E.

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EVGA Introduces the X570 FTW WIFI

The EVGA X570 FTW WIFI is a motherboard built upon the AMD X570 chipset to provide everything you need while giving you the performance you demand. Designed and engineered from scratch with a 15-phase digital VRM design, this is one sleek-looking motherboard jam-packed with the latest features and EVGA GUI BIOS. Paired with an AMD Ryzen™ 5000 Series processor, this board is PCIe Gen4-ready with a data transfer rate of up to 16 GT/s to support the latest graphics cards and M.2 NVMe SSDs, scorching-fast 4600MHz+(OC) memory, HDMI/DisplayPort outputs, lots of USB and SATA 6Gb/s ports, and RGB/ARGB options. The EVGA X570 FTW WIFI gives you the freedom to choose your EVGA motherboard without sacrifice or compromise.

To learn more about the EVGA X570 FTW WIFI, visit https://www.evga.com/articles/01510/EVGA-X570-FTW-WIFI

ASUS CROSSHAIR VIII EXTREME – Guru3D

The ASUS Crosshair VIII X570 Extreme is the subject of this review. At $799, ASUS offers an all-black, all-sweet X570 motherboard loaded with the most premium features like 10 Gbit LAN and AX WIFI 6E, as well as a design that resembles Batman’s toolbelt. ASUS pairs the ASUS Crosshair VIII Extreme with the AMD X570 chipset. AMD optimized the X570 chipset for use with Ryzen 9 Series 5 CPUs, providing a more refined experience for Ryzen Generation 3 processors and the latest Ryzen Series 5000 processors. However, the Crosshair VIII X570 Extreme takes things to a whole new level. PCIe Gen 4.0, AX WiFi 6E, and 10 Gbps Ethernet are all included. The X570 motherboard is positioned at the top of the motherboard spectrum for AMD Ryzen 3rd and 5th generation processors.

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