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Newegg.com has AMD Ryzen 5 3600X 6-Core 3.8GHz Desktop Processor (100-100000022BOX) + ASRock X570M PRO4 AM4 AMD Motherboard (X570M PRO4) + 3-Month Xbox Game Pass on sale for $384.98 - $10 ASRock Rebate = $374.98. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

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I am beginning to think that when it comes to motherboard failures, the user becomes predisposed to doing something that either increases or decreases their chances. And it is probably something small, but we all do little things differently. I know every person out there is going to say that the way they do it is fine, and how come it only happens with brand X and not when I do it the exact same way with brand Y? I get it - but that kind of consistent failure, especially with just one brand, and it is not widespread, seems like it must be user related.

Trust me, I am not saying "you're always to blame" for hardware that fails - far from it. But maybe extra cooling in your rig, or how tight you fasten down the motherboard to the case, or even how you handle the board before you put it in - whose to say that didn't contribute to the failure? Just too crazy to think that every board from one brand fails for one user and works fine for another.

In my time building PCs I have lost only 2 motherboards, and both were Abit. They made incredible products way back when, but their capacitor issues sunk that ship.

Anyhow - just my two cents - not that anyone asked...
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Ryzen 5 3600 is $200 everywhere, Newegg jacks up the price to $250 then suddenly $200 is a deal.
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Oof, why can't this be a good 3700x deal. ASRock is, currently, the only one that even makes an x570 mATX board. So take it or leave it.
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Quite surprised that I didn't have any bad luck with ASRock. I've mostly used ASRock since Socket 478 day (remember they had mobo with both Socket 478 and LGA 775, lol. I had one) . Out of 20+, zero failure. Well, in fact, I only had one mobo failed in my 25+ year PC building life, and that was Gigabyte.

Anyway, as others pointed out, this is only mATX X570 so far. I've been using since it was first available at Micro Center, about 10 days ago, and it's been doing well with 3700X.
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I've never used an ASRock Mobo before, so I'm hoping I'm on the good board spectrum. Smilie

I was going to wait for the b450 Tomahawk MAX, but I think this will be better. Right?
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HardwareUnboxed did a fantastic video testing VRM temps on all the new x570 boards. I'd definitely give that a watch.
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I am beginning to think that when it comes to motherboard failures, the user becomes predisposed to doing something that either increases or decreases their chances. And it is probably something small, but we all do little things differently. I know every person out there is going to say that the way they do it is fine, and how come it only happens with brand X and not when I do it the exact same way with brand Y? I get it - but that kind of consistent failure, especially with just one brand, and it is not widespread, seems like it must be user related.

Trust me, I am not saying "you're always to blame" for hardware that fails - far from it. But maybe extra cooling in your rig, or how tight you fasten down the motherboard to the case, or even how you handle the board before you put it in - whose to say that didn't contribute to the failure? Just too crazy to think that every board from one brand fails for one user and works fine for another.

In my time building PCs I have lost only 2 motherboards, and both were Abit. They made incredible products way back when, but their capacitor issues sunk that ship.

Anyhow - just my two cents - not that anyone asked...
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HardwareUnboxed did a fantastic video testing VRM temps on all the new x570 boards. I'd definitely give that a watch.
[url] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOSFX2tHDcE

Good info, thanks mate!
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