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The Ultra is also on sale for $30 more than the pro but that one requires a rebate
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Just bought a 3600x and looking to get a mobo. Debating if I should get the X570 or save some money and get an X470.
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Just bought a 3600x and looking to get a mobo. Debating if I should get the X570 or save some money and get an X470.
Get the x570 is my recommendation.
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man I got all happy for a second. I hope the mini ITX goes on sale....
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Just bought a 3600x and looking to get a mobo. Debating if I should get the X570 or save some money and get an X470.
I had the same debate for the 3700X I just bought. Major difference between the chipsets is the addition of PCI-E 4.0 with the X570. This allows you to run accessories like a super fast PCI-E 4.0 (and more expensive) NVME solid state drive. However the X570 chipset runs hotter, uses more electricity, and needs a cooling fan. If you aren't planning on using PCI-E 4.0 you might just be better off with the more efficient X470.

This is actually the board I wanted to buy, but I ended up buying this one instead (for comparison):
ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus [amazon.com]
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I had the same debate for the 3700X I just bought. Major difference between the chipsets is the addition of PCI-E 4.0 with the X570. This allows you to run accessories like a super fast PCI-E 4.0 (and more expensive) NVME solid state drive. However the X570 chipset runs hotter, uses more electricity, and needs a cooling fan. If you aren't planning on using PCI-E 4.0 you might just be better off with the more efficient X470.

This is actually the board I wanted to buy, but I ended up buying this one instead (for comparison):
ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus [amazon.com]
I want the new 3600x and Mobo to last me at least 5 years. I am still using my i5-2500k which is why I finally upgraded. I am leaning towards X570. I'll need to get some RAM and will likely get a NVME SSD. Are you happy with the ASUS TUF? Any concerns with the fan on it?
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I bought one of these and returned it because it wouldn't post. Also be aware if you have a 2.75 slot video card it could block half the fan on the mobo near the video card slot if that even does anything. My EVGA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti XC2 blocked half of it. I ended up going with an MSI MEG X570 ACE that does not have these issues and has been flawless.
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I was originally leaning towards going all in on an X570, then the Tomahawk B450 Max released at a fraction of the price. The Tomahawk Max seems to run Ryzen 3000 series CPUs without a hitch. I don't necessarily NEED the extras on the X570s, but I'm holding off on the purchase in case a crazy deal pops up for BF.
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man I got all happy for a second. I hope the mini ITX goes on sale....
That makes two of us.....
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I was originally leaning towards going all in on an X570, then the Tomahawk B450 Max released at a fraction of the price. The Tomahawk Max seems to run Ryzen 3000 series CPUs without a hitch. I'm holding off on the purchase in case a crazy deal pops up on an X570 for BF.
Don't hesistate ifnyou see a great deal before black friday, as Black Friday is often times disappointing for pc parts.
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Don't hesistate ifnyou see a great deal before black friday, as Black Friday is often times disappointing for pc parts.
Right now there is a 20% max $20 promo available if you purchase through Best Buy via Google. That puts the Tomahawk B450 Max at roughly $100 after tax.
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I want the new 3600x and Mobo to last me at least 5 years. I am still using my i5-2500k which is why I finally upgraded. I am leaning towards X570. I'll need to get some RAM and will likely get a NVME SSD. Are you happy with the ASUS TUF? Any concerns with the fan on it?
The 2500k was a beast. I got it to 4.3 GHz back in the days
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Right now there is a 20% max $20 promo available if you purchase through Best Buy via Google. That puts the Tomahawk B450 Max at roughly $100 after tax.
I've already used my 20% off at google shopping. By the way, theres a 10% off max $50 promo available if you use wikibuy to buy from ebay, just know that not every product off ebay is available. Also make sure you search for he product on wikibuys website and click on the ebay result so that the discount automatically applies.
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