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GIGABYTE X570 AORUS ELITE AMD Ryzen 3000 ATX Motherboard

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Newegg Black Friday deal for GIGABYTE X570 Aorus Elite Motherboard for $149.99 after $20 rebate with free shipping is live now!

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any comments? anyone owns this?
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No firsthand experience but seems like the best deal on a, according to some online reviews, good x570 mb I've seen in a while. Nice VRM apparently.

edit: maybe best deal is too strong, but seems like a good x570 board for a good price
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I bought this at microcenter for same price. It was $149 down from $209 with the Processor/MB combo. The guy I talked to there recommended this one over the ASUS Tuf x570 MB. He said this one was better with overclocking. I have not done my build yet to know. For sub $200, you are really down to this and the ASUS Tuf x570.
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I bought this at microcenter for same price. It was $149 down from $209 with the Processor/MB combo. The guy I talked to there recommended this one over the ASUS Tuf x570 MB. He said this one was better with overclocking. I have not done my build yet to know. For sub $200, you are really down to this and the ASUS Tuf x570.
Is your microcenter purchase eligible for the $20 Gigabyte rebate like Newegg has? That would be even better.
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Is your microcenter purchase eligible for the $20 Gigabyte rebate like Newegg has? That would be even better.
No. It was not unfortunately.
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Really wish the WiFi model was included in this deal. Oh well. I shouldn't need the WiFi.
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I'm looking at the Ripjaws V DDR4-3600MHz CL16-19-19-39 1.35V 16GB (2x8GB) RAM [gskill.com] but this board is surprisingly not supported for QVL. Should I expect any issues running that RAM at its native 3600 MHz on this board?
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I don't trust mail-in rebates.
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I'm looking at the Ripjaws V DDR4-3600MHz CL16-19-19-39 1.35V 16GB (2x8GB) RAM [gskill.com] but this board is surprisingly not supported for QVL. Should I expect any issues running that RAM at its native 3600 MHz on this board?
Memory Capabilities for Ryzen is more CPU issue. Anything use Zen or Zen + would have hard time go to 3600 even pump in more voltages. If you use 3rd gen Ryzen, no problem
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Really wish the WiFi model was included in this deal. Oh well. I shouldn't need the WiFi.
It's on sale as well right now.
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I'm looking at the Ripjaws V DDR4-3600MHz CL16-19-19-39 1.35V 16GB (2x8GB) RAM [gskill.com] but this board is surprisingly not supported for QVL. Should I expect any issues running that RAM at its native 3600 MHz on this board?
Not a answer to your question, but if your not dead set on 3600, crucial ballistix is what I have found for second and third gen ryzen to be headache free and work at advertised speeds of 3000 or 3200. No 3600 yet with that but crucial I am expecting will have one soon.
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