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ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 AM4 AMD ATX Motherboard

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Newegg.com has ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 AM4 AMD ATX Motherboard for $144.99 - $30 Rebate = $114.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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The X570's have fans on the motherboard chips last I looked. It adds noise to the build and not to mention the fans will eventually wear out limiting the lifespan of the MB.. I used to worry about MB capacitors, now you need to add fans in deciding what board you need.. No need for PCIE 4? then you stay away from the 570 variants until a passively cooled board is released IMHO..
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x570 boards seem to have a much much better selection of faster compatible memory.
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How does this compare to the ASUS Prime X570-P deal on Amazon?

https://slickdeals.net/f/13544671-asus-prime-x570-p-atx-motherboard-127-50?src=frontpage
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Is the board better than b450 and x470 boards?? Seems to be cheaper than those
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Is the board better than b450 and x470 boards?? Seems to be cheaper than those
Only difference is the PCI-4.0. If you don't think you'll be using it, you can save money by going x470. however, this price is pretty good for being x570. Only way to get this is through micro center $30 off bundle usually
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Is the board better than b450 and x470 boards?? Seems to be cheaper than those
x570 boards seem to have a much much better selection of faster compatible memory.
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x570 boards seem to have a much much better selection of faster compatible memory.
This. I speced out two builds on pcpartpicker, b450 and x570. Can get a better overall value with x570, even though the board itself is more expensive than b450.
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The X570's have fans on the motherboard chips last I looked. It adds noise to the build and not to mention the fans will eventually wear out limiting the lifespan of the MB.. I used to worry about MB capacitors, now you need to add fans in deciding what board you need.. No need for PCIE 4? then you stay away from the 570 variants until a passively cooled board is released IMHO..
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Too many poor reviews across various sites for this thing. No wonder it's on sale. Pass.
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The X570's have fans on the motherboard chips last I looked. It adds noise to the build and not to mention the fans will eventually wear out limiting the lifespan of the MB.. I used to worry about MB capacitors, now you need to add fans in deciding what board you need.. No need for PCIE 4? then you stay away from the 570 variants until a passively cooled board is released IMHO..
If those small, proprietary fans go out, finding replacements are usually so hard that you have to resort to ugly/rigged up cooling solutions. Of course in my experience failures like that only happen after a few years or more, so if you upgrade often things like that may not be of concern to you.
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Too many poor reviews across various sites for this thing. No wonder it's on sale. Pass.
I read an x570 CHIPSET review that said the 570 boards chew a minimum of 14.8 watts even at idle.. so make sure you use the power save features to save power when not using the system or it becomes a couple of light bulbs left on... typical boards consume <6 watts at idle (I mean on at idle, not in sleep mode)
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I read an x570 CHIPSET review that said the 570 boards chew a minimum of 14.8 watts even at idle.. so make sure you use the power save features to save power when not using the system or it becomes a couple of light bulbs left on... typical boards consume <6 watts at idle (I mean on at idle, not in sleep mode)
Yeah, that's crazy. Originally I was looking at getting a B450 mobo and updating the bios, but I'm not very familiar with that process so I'd like to avoid it. Because of that, I've been checking out various x570's in the sub-200 dollar range, but none of them really stand out as being superior to the rest. Nearly every one has scattered reviews and owners with similar complaints.
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I can't speak to this board but the company is great. I had one of their boards and it was a week out of warranty and I called in and they still honored the warranty. All I did was ask, without any fuss and they were happy to help.
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How does this compare to the ASUS Prime X570-P deal on Amazon?

https://slickdeals.net/f/13544671-asus-prime-x570-p-atx-motherboard-127-50?src=frontpage
I recommend the X570-P...I've used both and returned this one
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Too many poor reviews across various sites for this thing. No wonder it's on sale. Pass.

I see mostly good reviews on New Egg. I am typing from a AsRock 370 Mobo with zero issues...using an AsRock 570 GPU.. zero issues.and I saved most money on it.
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