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Newegg has Gigabyte X570 AORUS Elite WiFi AMD ATX Motherboard on sale for $209.99 - Extra $30 Off w/ promo code GBTMBBF2 (apply in cart) = $179.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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This motherboard supports AMD 3rd/2nd Gen Ryzen Processor & w/ Radeon Vega graphics. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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GIGABYTE X570 AORUS ELITE WIFI for $179.99 after promo code: GBTMBBF2 with free shipping.

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the only downside to the x570 elite is its lack of any sort of debug indicator. no post code led readout. not even simple debug colored led lights. it does have bios flash back which is nice, but with nothing to really help you troubleshoot any post errors, like dram training failure, etc, its gonna leave you with a massive headache if you run into troubleshooting scenarios.

for that reason alone, i personally recommend the asus x570 tuf and tuf wifi over both elite boards. even though the elite does have a better vrm, its not better enough to warrant its lack of troubleshooting indicators. the tuf at least has simple debug led lights to report booting, cpu, dram, and post faults. and a vrm capable of handling a 3900x still.
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FYI, if anyone is near a Microcenter you can bundle this mobo + CPU for $150+cost of CPU.
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I currently have 3700x along with asus b350 plus, would this motherboard be a good upgrade for my system? Would I see performance increase if I get this motherboard? Appreciate your help.
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I currently have 3700x along with asus b350 plus, would this motherboard be a good upgrade for my system? Would I see performance increase if I get this motherboard? Appreciate your help.
You would most likely not see a performance difference b350 vs x570 at stock. If you OC then the VRM's on this board would help you gain more performance. x570 has other features that you'd need to decide if you want.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvyJikeOXYo

https://www.techspot.com/review/1...herboards/
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the only downside to the x570 elite is its lack of any sort of debug indicator. no post code led readout. not even simple debug colored led lights. it does have bios flash back which is nice, but with nothing to really help you troubleshoot any post errors, like dram training failure, etc, its gonna leave you with a massive headache if you run into troubleshooting scenarios.

for that reason alone, i personally recommend the asus x570 tuf and tuf wifi over both elite boards. even though the elite does have a better vrm, its not better enough to warrant its lack of troubleshooting indicators. the tuf at least has simple debug led lights to report booting, cpu, dram, and post faults. and a vrm capable of handling a 3900x still.
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Anyone know of any mini ATX deals? Looking for one to build a small form size rig.
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Went w the Asus x570 tuf wifi.

The VRM's are better on the Asus, as the GB Elite uses lesser VRMS compared to the Pro.

The GB firmware is probably better.
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the only downside to the x570 elite is its lack of any sort of debug indicator. no post code led readout. not even simple debug colored led lights. it does have bios flash back which is nice, but with nothing to really help you troubleshoot any post errors, like dram training failure, etc, its gonna leave you with a massive headache if you run into troubleshooting scenarios.

for that reason alone, i personally recommend the asus x570 tuf and tuf wifi over both elite boards. even though the elite does have a better vrm, its not better enough to warrant its lack of troubleshooting indicators. the tuf at least has simple debug led lights to report booting, cpu, dram, and post faults. and a vrm capable of handling a 3900x still.
Good advice. Thanks for this.
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I hope nobody has some insanely great deal on the meg ace x570 to make me mad that I bought it and have it just sitting here unused still. I got it when it was on sale plus the $50 rebate (assuming msi ever even gives it to me...) for $300. (had ti pay tax on $350 also though).

I also have the 3900x sitting here. had it since week 1.... so now the 3950x comes out before I use it.

Anddddddddd I bought a psu 2 years ago, still unopened. lol.
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I see people are recommending asus x570 tuf. However, the new gigabyte bios is really nice
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the only downside to the x570 elite is its lack of any sort of debug indicator. no post code led readout. not even simple debug colored led lights. it does have bios flash back which is nice, but with nothing to really help you troubleshoot any post errors, like dram training failure, etc, its gonna leave you with a massive headache if you run into troubleshooting scenarios.

for that reason alone, i personally recommend the asus x570 tuf and tuf wifi over both elite boards. even though the elite does have a better vrm, its not better enough to warrant its lack of troubleshooting indicators. the tuf at least has simple debug led lights to report booting, cpu, dram, and post faults. and a vrm capable of handling a 3900x still.
I concur debug LED's are why I got the Asus Tuf Gaming plus as well. The VRM's on both are more than enough.
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I currently have 3700x along with asus b350 plus, would this motherboard be a good upgrade for my system? Would I see performance increase if I get this motherboard? Appreciate your help.
I think you also get better memory compatibility and better VRM's if you care about that stuff along with PCIE 4.0
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This Gigabyte board uses Intel lan while the Asus Tuf board uses Realtek. This matters to some people.
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I currently have 3700x along with asus b350 plus, would this motherboard be a good upgrade for my system? Would I see performance increase if I get this motherboard? Appreciate your help.
Upgrading the motherboard by itself without overclocking, no. If you upgraded RAM, yes. Depending on how limited you are with your b350 board, if you can get to 3600 memclock speeds you should see a boost in performance (might not even have to get a new motherboard). Also if you upgrade, all but one x570 motherboards use daisy-chain for memory last I heard. You will get better performance from 2 dimms vs 4.

Point of reference: https://www.gamersnexus.net/guide...ock-mclock
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