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ASRock has really come a long way. Asus on the other hand has really gone downhill. Some of the premium Asus X370 boards have really bad reviews on Newegg. ASRock on the other hand has been supporting Ryzen really well with stable boards.
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How's ASRocks build quality compared to MSI or Gigabyte?
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How's ASRocks build quality compared to MSI or Gigabyte?
to me, ASUS>MSI>AsRocks=Gigabyte
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How's ASRocks build quality compared to MSI or Gigabyte?
IMHO depends on the model. Everyone's had a bad batch or two.

These are desktop/gamer boards. It's all about specs and marketing. vs. the less sexy but way better built server boards.
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to me, ASUS>MSI>AsRocks=Gigabyte
ASRock has really come a long way. Asus on the other hand has really gone downhill. Some of the premium Asus X370 boards have really bad reviews on Newegg. ASRock on the other hand has been supporting Ryzen really well with stable boards.
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would pair really well with a Ryzen 3 1200.
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ASRock has really come a long way. Asus on the other hand has really gone downhill. Some of the premium Asus X370 boards have really bad reviews on Newegg. ASRock on the other hand has been supporting Ryzen really well with stable boards.
I feel exactly the same way. I think what ASRock does well is listen to customers on what they want on their board, and keep improving over time. The other manufacturers just do what the have always done and it's same-old-same-old (with connectors/placement/features).
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I run this board w/ 1700 OC-ed to 3.9GHz on air as a virtualization (KVM; v4.12 kernel) server. 64GB RAM, 6x3TB HDD RAID-5, 2 SSDs (additional SATA card)... rock solid.
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I run this board w/ 1700 OC-ed to 3.9GHz on air as a virtualization (KVM; v4.12 kernel) server. 64GB RAM, 6x3TB HDD RAID-5, 2 SSDs (additional SATA card)... rock solid.
Rock solid ASRock?
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I've had the asrock extreme4 for awhile I'd nor hesitate to buy another Intel asrock mobo
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I run this board w/ 1700 OC-ed to 3.9GHz on air as a virtualization (KVM; v4.12 kernel) server. 64GB RAM, 6x3TB HDD RAID-5, 2 SSDs (additional SATA card)... rock solid.
+1 to this.

Been running this board for 2 months. Ryzen 1600 OCd to 3.8ghz, 16GB DDR4 3200 (clocking 2933), 4 HDDs, the 1080 GTX, beast of a machine, smooth all day.

Look at the reviews, this is probably one of, if not the best Ryzen mAtx board out there. I've been watching every week for something worth swapping out for and it just hasn't happened.

ASRock has updated consistently and done well with the Ryzen community so far. Only caveat is make sure you purchase RAM that is on ASRocks QVL, otherwise your speed is going to be a crap shoot.
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Just finished my Ryzen 1700X build and used the AB350M Pro4 mATX board (Smaller version of this one on sale).....its been solid. Definitely upgrade your Bios/Uefi asap to get the full speed of your DDR4 memory with the appropriate XMP profile.
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Been running this board for 2 months. Ryzen 1600 OCd to 3.8ghz, 16GB DDR4 3200 (clocking 2933), 4 HDDs, the 1080 GTX, beast of a machine, smooth all day.

Look at the reviews, this is probably one of, if not the best Ryzen mAtx board out there. I've been watching every week for something worth swapping out for and it just hasn't happened.

ASRock has updated consistently and done well with the Ryzen community so far. Only caveat is make sure you purchase RAM that is on ASRocks QVL, otherwise your speed is going to be a crap shoot.
This is not the mATX board....this is the ATX which comes with 2 additioni PCIE slots (not a huge difference imo if you plan on running a Single GPU and Don't need addition network cards).
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How's ASRocks build quality compared to MSI or Gigabyte?
I'm usually gigabyte fan, but recent generations people have issue with unstable power readings on them, MSI currently uses a lot of crap VRMs, ASROCK has the best VRMs and are really overkill but nice to have. Overall quality about the same it varies from board to board, Asus has the worst customer service known to man, so there is that, and their board production is fully automated not sure if that is truly good or bad....

Used a ASRock B250 to build my kids system and and ASRock X370 killer Ac for the wife, likely going to get a Taichi for my ring but not still not 100% settled on AMD or Intel for my rig. Everything has been great so far.

(Remember was originally spun off from Asus)
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