Best AMD X570 Motherboards

Best AMD X570 Motherboards To Buy in 2019 For Ultimate Enthusiast PC Build

Offer “2/2.141.jpg” MSI MEG X570 ACE Features: Triple Gen4 NVMe M.2 2.5 G LAN 802.11ax Mystic Light Infinity Core Boost Socket: AM4 Form Factor: ATX Dimensions (W x H): 9.6 x 12 in $369.99 ? $40.00 329.99 The MSI MEG X570 ACE offers everything you’d like. With the X570 ACE MSI targets players as well as content creators with several exclusive offerings. These include a 2.5 G onboard LAN three PCIe Gen4 NVMe M.2 slots with high fidelity ESS DAC for pro-quality audio and support for the latest AMD Ryzen 3rd gen CPUs. You also get standard support for the latest Intel Wi-Fi 6 802.11ax. The X570 ACE offers a beefy 12 + 2 phase VRM and four DIMM slots that can take up to 128 GB of DDR4-4633 RAM. You get three PCIe x16 Gen4 slots that work at speeds x16 x8/x8 and x8/x8. Because of the high bandwidth PCIe Gen4 bus, the X570 chipset requires active cooling so MSI provides its Zero FROZR cooling fan to keep chipset times under control. There is also an additional heat pipe going all the way from the VRMs to the chipset for heat dissipation added. We find a plethora of connectivity options to the rear including dedicated buttons to clear the CMOS and BIOS Flash. The BIOS Flash can be used by plugging a USB drive into a dedicated USB port using the updated BIOS file. The X570 marks the arrival of USB 3.1 Gen2 on AMD platforms, and the X570 ACE provides three Type-A USB 3.1 Gen2 ports along with a Type-C USB 3.1 port. The required onboard 7.1-channel audio is provided by an ALC1220 HD audio codec. The MSI X570 ACE isn’t cheap but for the price you get lots of hardware. This board clearly targets enthusiasts who want to get the maximum performance out of the new Ryzen CPUs. One thing to note is that no video is available from the board, so those who want to use Ryzen APUs with integrated Vega graphics should look elsewhere. Cons: Expensive

2 video-out on-board no. Asus Prime X570-P

Offer “2/2.142.jpg” Features: Dual NVMe M.2 FanXpert 4 Multiple PWM / DC-fan headers Aura Sync RGB Active chipset heatsink SupremeFX S1200A Audio Gigabit LAN Front panel USB 3.1 Gen2 Socket: AM4 Chipset: AMD X570 Form Factor: ATX Dimensions (W x H): 9.6 x 12 in The Asus Prime X570-P makes for a great entry-level solution to the Asus X570-P. The Asus Prime X570-P offers ProCool connectors with 8 + 4 VRM configuration and long lasting caps for stable power delivery. You also get an onboard fan and AIO controller that can be tuned either through the included FanXpert 4 software or through the intuitive BIOS. The Prime X570-P features OptiMem for efficient PCIe lane tracing. The board’s design is very simple, and you won’t find any flashy RGB in any area other than the chipset. Yet if you want to jazz up your case, there are enough RGB headers. There’s no rear I / O panel, but that’s more of an aesthetic add-on. The heatsink refrigeration over the VRMs is sufficient and can operate the Ryzen CPUs without any problems. You get two slots from PCIe Gen4 x16, and two slots from PCIe Gen4 M.2. The x16 top slot goes directly to the CPU, while the x16/x8 bottom slot goes to the chipset. Thus if you have two GPUs you can enable AMD CrossFire. One omission with the Prime X570-P is that there is no heatsink over the M.2 slots, so if you’re running a fast PCIe Gen4 SSD, you’ll need adequate cooling to prevent thermal throttling in that case. Connectivity options are good but they do not include a Type-C port. Nevertheless, if you want to use Ryzen APUs, you will get a few USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-A and two USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-A ports along with HDMI-out. Audio and LAN are both handled by respective Realtek chips and the board supports up to 128 GB of DDR4-4400 RAM. Overall this is one of the best entry-level AMD X570 motherboards from Asus if you want to hop-on to the PCIe Gen4 bandwagon. Pros: Good set of functions Cons: No USB Type-C

Form Factor: ATX Dimensions (W x H): 9.6 x 12 in $599.99?$104.04$495.95 If you’re looking for the ultimate performance in X570 your search should end with the Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Formula. The Crosshair boards have always been in favor of enthusiastic builds and this year the Formula takes things up a little higher. The Crosshair VIII Formula is designed for water / liquid refrigeration enthusiasts and as such uses EKWB-designed heatsinks that feature ports to connect custom water loops. The board looks massive and features striking ROG symbols at both the I / O area and the chipset that are lit in RGB. Like many other X570 boards in this list the Crosshair VIII Formula also uses the X570 chipset’s active cooling fan. The CPU is fed power via a well-cooled 16-phase VRM design. You also get 128 GB of DDR4 RAM support, and ECC support is built-in, although a compatible CPU is required to enable it. There are three full-length PCIe x16 slots in configuration x16 x8/x8 and x8/x8/x4, so you can run multi-GPU setups for AMD CrossFire CrossFireX and NVIDIA SLI. For add-on cards like an extra sound card or a broadcast card, there is also a single PCIe Gen4 x1 slot present. The I / O shield is pre-fitted, and the top of the shield also features an OLED display that can be programmed in real time to display system info or game stats. For added strength the back is reinforced with a metal backplate. With the Aquantia AQC111 controller, the Crosshair VIII Formula offers both regular Gigabit Ethernet and also 5 Gigabit Ethernet. In addition, you also get onboard Intel AX200 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 adapter. Realtek SupremeFX S1220 codec takes care of the audio. There are plenty of USB Type-A and Type-C ports on the back and there are enough headers on the board for the Gen1 and Gen2 front panel connectors for those who need more. So the Asus ROG Crosshair VIII Formula is one of the best premium AMD X570 motherboards on the market for overclockers and liquid cooling enthusiasts. Cons: Cosy

4. MSI MPG X570 Gaming Plus

Offer “2/2.144.jpg” Features: Audio Boost 4 Integrated 802.11ac NAHIMIC 3 FROZR heatsink Pre-installed I / O shield Dual PCIe Gen4 M.2 DDR4-4400 + RAM support Socket: AM4 Chipset: AMD X570 Form Factor: ATX Dimensions (W x H x D): 9.6 x 12 x 4.4 in The MSI MPG X570 Gaming Plus offers a perfect price and pe balance. The motherboard sports a decent feature set just enough for gamers but with lots of things that enthusiasts are looking for don’t go overboard. However the MSI MPG X570 Gaming Plus offers quite a lot for the money for users who need more than just a run-of – the-mill motherboard. The board offers two slots for PCIe Gen4 x16 so you can execute AMD CrossFire setups (unfortunately no SLI). The board sports a gamery look with distinctive red and black accents. The CPU power is fed by a setup of 8 + 2 VRM, which is well cooled by passive heatsinks. You also get power supplies with 8-pin and 4-pin CPU. The MPG X570 provides support for up to 128 GB of DDR4-4400 RAM for a seemingly entry-level board. Ryzen works best with the fastest available RAM so the option to use OC memory is very welcome. There are also three PCIe Gen4 x1 add-on card slots and two PCIe Gen4 M.2 SSD slots. For the price the back panel has a fair selection of ports. Both HDMI and USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C and a BIOS Flashback button are available for resetting the BIOS in the event of any setting mess with the boot up. The Realtek ALCS1220 audio codec is another good addition, which is usually found only in more premium boards. Gamers may find a turn-off for the absence of RGB on the board but there are enough headers for you to use your own RGB strips. For the price though you can have a very good set of features which can very well complement the new Ryzen 3000 CPUs. Pros: None as such

“2/2.145.jpg” Gigabyte X570 Aorus Ultra Features: Smart Fan 5 Intel Gigabit LAN with cFosSpeed Audio Socket: AM4 Cons: None as such

Gigabyte X570 Aorus Ultra Features: Smart Fan 5 Intel Gigabit LAN with cFosSpeed Audio Socket Front and Rear USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C Direct Touch PowIRStage VRMs Triple PCIe Gen4 M.2 Thermal guards ALC1220-VB ASRock X570 Taichi

“2/2.146.jpg” Features: Intel 802.11ax Wi-Fi6 DDR4-4666 RAM support Metal backplate ASRock Polychrome Sync RGB Aluminum alloy heatsink and heatpipe Triple PCIe Gen4 M.2 slots ALC1220 Pure sound 4 audio socket: AM4 Chipset: AMD X570 Form Factor: ATX Dimensions (W x H): 9.6 x 12 in ASRock makes excellent boards for both ALC1220 Purity Sound 4 audio sockets The X570 Taichi supports the latest 3rd gen Ryzen processors from AMD, and makes full use of the PCIe Gen4 support from the X570 chipset. The board supports up to 128 GB of DDR4 RAM, and speeds up to 4666 MHz through XMP profiles. You are also getting CrossFire support for the NVIDIA Quad SLI and AMD 3-way. The Taichi sport fine aesthetics, and the cogs on the chipset are characteristic. The chipset is actively cooled and the PCIe slot area also features a heatsink armor. RGB elements can be found at the back next to the I / O shield and the chipset gives the design a touch of elegance. A 14-phase Dr. MOS VRM feeds the CPU power and provides enough power for overclocking. There are three full-length PCIe Gen4 M.2 slots that run at x16 x8/x8 and x8/x8/x4 rates, depending on how many lanes are currently being used. Connectivity at the rear is the standard fare including USB 3.1 Type-A and Gen1 Type-A ports as well as a Gen2 Type-C port. Along with optical-out and Intel Gigabit LAN port, you also get complete 8 channel audio. Anyone wishing to go wireless can benefit from the integrated wireless-ax standard. The ASRock X570 Taichi offers an excellent choice for gaming builds, and the availability of sufficient headroom overclocking means enthusiasts will like this board. Pros: Great Overclocking Capacity Cons: None as such

Show “2/2.147.jpg” Gigabyte X570 Aorus Pro WiFi Features: Smart Fan 5 Intel Gigabit LAN with cFosSpeed Accelerator Front and rear USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C Direct Touch PowIRStage VRMs Triple PCIe Gen4 M.2 ALC1220-VB Audio Socket: AM4 Form Factor: ATX Form Factor: The Aorus Pro comes with both Wi-Fi and non-Wi-Fi offers that you can look into if you want to save a couple of dollars. The Aorus Pro offers the same 14-phase VRM that is great for overclockers as the more expensive Ultra. RAM support is provided up to DDR4-4400 at 128 GB. There are three PCIe Gen4 x16 slots, along with six SATA ports, and two M.2 slots with built-in heatsink. To the rear we find the usual range of connectivity options including several USB and HDMI ports. For lack of an additional PCIe M.2 slot, there is not too much difference with the Aorus X570 Ultra save. For those looking for a cost-effective gaming solution based on the AMD X570 platform this motherboard makes for a great buy.Features: Dual NVMe M.2 FanXpert 4 Multiple PWM / DC-fan headers Aura Sync RGB Active chipset heatsink SupremeFX S1200A audio 2.5 G LAN 802.11ax Socket: AM4 Chipset: AMD X570 Form Factor: ATX Dimensions (W x H): 9.6 x 12 in The Asus Strix series provides a good mid-range alternative for gamers for those not interested in a flagship Crosshair or a budget Prime series. The premium offering in the Strix lineup is the ROG Strix X570-E and comes with a very good feature set. The board provides three PCIe x16 Gen4 slots, which can accommodate multi-GPU configurations for NVIDIA SLI and three-way AMD CrossFire. For fast networking, you also get dual M.2 PCIe Gen4 slots and a 2.5 G LAN and 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 built in. The PCIe slots are running at speeds x16 x8/x8 and x8/x8/x4, with the first slot going directly to the CPU. Like most X570 boards the Strix X570-E also features a fan for active chipset cooling. You also get eight SATA ports and four slots for the DDR4 RAM. The Strix X570-E Gaming motherboard borrows a lot from the high-end crosshair series so you won’t miss any of the gaming features that are necessary. Connectivity-wise the board has you covered with sufficient number of front panel USB headers in terms of USB 3.1 Gen1 and Gen2 ports. If you’re looking for one of the best X570 gaming motherboards that isn’t as pricey as the high-end crosshair offerings the Strix X570-E should be at the top of your list. Offer “2/2.149.jpg” MSI MEG X570 Godlike features: Triple Gen4 NVMe M.2 2.5 G LAN 802.11ax Mystic Light Infinity Core Boost Server grade PCB 10 G Super LAN Card M.2 Xpander-Z Card Socket: AM4 Form Factor: ATX Dimensions (W x H x D): 10.7 x 12 in $699.99?$90.00609.999 Card Socket: AM4 Form Factor: ATX Dimensions (W x H x D): 10.7 x 12 in $69999?$90.00 You are buying a godlike MSI MEG X570 motherboard. The Godlike X570 strives to live up to its godlike reputation by providing a variety of features that have not been found in any other AMD X570 motherboard to date. With a whopping 20-phase power supply for extreme overclockers, the X570 Godlike offers extremely robust power supply for stable overclocking so that those who push higher clocks for advanced cooling like liquid nitrogen will find this board literally a blessing. The X570 chipset is cooled by Zero Frozr technology from MSI which uses a single fan with dual ball bearings. You can use all four DIMM slots with up to 128 GB of DDR4-4800 OC RAM. Near the memory slots there is also an OLED display which can be programmed to deliver vital system info or game stats in real time. The Godlike comes with two add-on cards including several accessories. One of these cards offers an Aquantia AQC107 10 G LAN while the other is an M.2 expander card which allows you to add two additional M.2 SSDs apart from the three already onboard. The M.2 card also comes with its own refrigerating fan. You get all the ports you ever need at the rear panel including USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-A and Type-C along with a dedicated 6.3 mm jack for using studio-grade headphones without having to buy an additional converter. Two Realtek ALC1220 codecs with ESS E9018 DAC provide the audio for superb clarity. A dedicated Type-A port is available to flash the BIOS, along with a clear CMOS button. While a 10 G Ethernet card is bundled onboard, you get both Gigabit and 2.5 G Ethernet. Clearly the MSI MEG X570 Godlike isn’t for mere mortals and the high price tag also seems to suggest that. However, there aren’t many other options if you have the budget and are looking for the absolute best X570 motherboard there. Cons: Cosy

10. ASRock X570 Steel Legend

Offer “2/2.150.jpg” The ASRock X570 Steel Legend is for those who do not need all of the features of the X570 Taichi but still require a gaming and content creation capable motherboard. The Steel Legend sports a camouflaged black-contrast design to help identify the different components. You get RGB on the I / O shield and the heatsink area for chipsets. It isn’t overly dominating yet gives the overall aesthetics a subtle charm. The feature set is more or less the same as the Taichi with some differences regarding the PCIe slots and RAM support that is limited to a maximum of 64 GB. Two M.2 Gen4 slots for SSDs are available along with eight SATA supports that can operate in RAID 0 1 and 10 arrays. There’s support for U.2 drives, too. In addition to HDMI, all standard connectivity options are present along with the presence of a DisplayPort in case you wish to use Ryzen APUs with Vega graphics integrated. Both Wi-Fi and non-Wi-Fi versions are available. Those looking around the $200 mark on a good X570 gaming motherboard should definitely take a look at the ASRock X570 Steel Legend. Pros: Good for mid-range gamers Unique camouflage design Cons: None as such That was our round-up to buy this year’s best AMD X570 motherboards! Remember that this is still a new platform so, with new BIOS updates over time, there is definitely a lot of scope for performance improvements. The X570 boards are somewhat higher priced so consider the more budget-friendly B450 motherboards that can very well support the latest Ryzen 3000 processors without a hitch if you don’t need the additional PCIe Gen4 lanes and massive overclocking. How to view ‘ Game of Thrones ‘ Season 8 Episode 2 Online

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