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This motherboard features an extended heatsink for having better thermal solution; also Core boost, DDR4 Boost, Core boost, Turbo M. 2 and USB 3. 1 Gen2 connector. Offer valid while promotion/pricing last - Discombobulated

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Work smarter with the MSI X570-A PRO motherboard ready for AMD Ryzen AM4 processors. Sustain long lasting operation with Frozr Heatsink Design and Core boost. Enjoy support for ultra-fast devices with PCI-E 4.0 slots, Lightning Gen 4 M.2, and USB 3.2. - (AMD AM4, DDR4, PCIe 4.0, SATA 6Gb/s, M.2, USB 3.2 Gen 2, HDMI, ATX)

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https://www.amazon.com/MSI-X570-M...762&sr=8-3


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Good board and lowest Amazon prices according to camel×3.
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Only one of the two m.2 slots are Gen 4. The other is only Gen 3 (pcie 3.x)
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None of the ones I want are hitting and sales blah. Need a carbon pro.
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Only one of the two m.2 slots are Gen 4. The other is only Gen 3 (pcie 3.x)
In so many ways, this doesn't matter. There are no M.2 PCIe Gen 4 drives right now. If there were, the controllers on them wouldn't be capable of exceeding x4 gen3. If they were, you wouldn't feel the difference.
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In so many ways, this doesn't matter. There are no M.2 PCIe Gen 4 drives right now. If there were, the controllers on them wouldn't be capable of exceeding x4 gen3. If they were, you wouldn't feel the difference.
Interesting...
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The cheapest x570 MSI boards have industry worst VRM cooling. If you want MSI I'd buy the Unify or higher (I own a Unify). Otherwise recommend another brand. Check Hardware Unboxed video for the info.
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The cheapest x570 MSI boards have industry worst VRM cooling. If you want MSI I'd buy the Unify or higher (I own a Unify). Otherwise recommend another brand. Check Hardware Unboxed video for the info.
Only if you plan on overclocking. Most people will not do that due to worried about cooking thier parts, voiding warranty, or just do not have skills.

If your not going to over clock you don't need incredible vrm. This this is a solid deal.
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In so many ways, this doesn't matter. There are no M.2 PCIe Gen 4 drives right now. If there were, the controllers on them wouldn't be capable of exceeding x4 gen3. If they were, you wouldn't feel the difference.
There are PCIe Gen 4 drives available:
https://www.amazon.com/Sabrent-In...07TLYWMYW/
https://www.microcenter.com/produ...tate-drive

They're about 40% faster than comparable PCIe Gen 3.1 SSDs. Whether you would notice the difference of course depends on what you're doing with it.
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Is this board better than a b450 and x470?
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None of the ones I want are hitting and sales blah. Need a carbon pro.
Watch reviews of the Msi series boards until you hit the unify their boards are terrible for heat.
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Watch reviews of the Msi series boards until you hit the unify their boards are terrible for heat.
Again, doesn't matter if you're not overclocking/glued to your computer 24/7. For the average user/gamer, it's a non-issue.
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Again, doesn't matter if you're not overclocking/glued to your computer 24/7. For the average user/gamer, it's a non-issue.
Not entirely true. If you plan to pair this with a 3900x or 3950x it's still gonna run extremely hot but a 3600 should be fine.
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