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It's a good board (I own it) but you definitely don't need it for Ryzen 4000 CPUs

Most 450 and all 550 boards will work

For PCIE 4.0, 550 will be fine as well unless you plan on running a mess of ridiculously fast (and expensive) Gen 4 NVME drives in all the slots

By the time either of these things are mainstream, you will probably get x570 (or maybe better) boards for cheaper


I am currently running a stock Ryzen 3600 in mine with 3600 CL16 RAM
I picked the x570 because I was rebuilding my living room Gaming/HTPC and I don't want to have to swap the motherboard for at least 5 years. Instead I can just drop in better better GPU/CPU/SSD as they become available and affordable.

One note about x570 boards is nearly all of them (including this one) have a small fan on the chipset.
Some people have said it can get noisy. Mine makes no detectable noise over anything else in my case. I stopped literally every other fan with my hands to see if I could hear the thing but it was silent. However, it is an additional point of potential failure some day.

Anyway, I'm happy with the board and its the same price as the Asus TUF 550 board right now so just make sure you know what you want.

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So I'm a little behind on rumors and release dates, but is this board supposed to work with next gen AMD CPUs?
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So I'm a little behind on rumors and release dates, but is this board supposed to work with next gen AMD CPUs?
Even b450 boards are going to support zen3/4th gen ryzen so I would assume these would to. But not positive without looking into it.
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Yes.
AMD announced that Zen 3, Ryzen 4000s will be compatible with current X570 and B550 boards.
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Built 4 PC's with this exact motherboard around 160$ something each. No issues whatsoever. This is a good deal.
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I have the WiFi version of this since last Nov. Solid so far. Ran 3800x for 6 months. Now 3950x
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Yes.
AMD announced that Zen 3, Ryzen 4000s will be compatible with current X570 and B550 boards.
Awesome thanks. Did some brief research, looks like an x670 series board hasn't been confirmed or have any degree of rumors relating to it versus the 4000 series CPUs. So might as well get this one.
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Is the Tomahawk really worth the premium over this, if you're not planning to OC?
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It's a good board (I own it) but you definitely don't need it for Ryzen 4000 CPUs

Most 450 and all 550 boards will work

For PCIE 4.0, 550 will be fine as well unless you plan on running a mess of ridiculously fast (and expensive) Gen 4 NVME drives in all the slots

By the time either of these things are mainstream, you will probably get x570 (or maybe better) boards for cheaper


I am currently running a stock Ryzen 3600 in mine with 3600 CL16 RAM
I picked the x570 because I was rebuilding my living room Gaming/HTPC and I don't want to have to swap the motherboard for at least 5 years. Instead I can just drop in better better GPU/CPU/SSD as they become available and affordable.

One note about x570 boards is nearly all of them (including this one) have a small fan on the chipset.
Some people have said it can get noisy. Mine makes no detectable noise over anything else in my case. I stopped literally every other fan with my hands to see if I could hear the thing but it was silent. However, it is an additional point of potential failure some day.

Anyway, I'm happy with the board and its the same price as the Asus TUF 550 board right now so just make sure you know what you want.
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Anyone have any issues with those small fans on the X570 motherboards? I don't like them... and the extra heat the chips produce... but would like something that is compatible with Zen 3 which the B450/X470 chips don't seem like they will be.

Oh, good news... looks like B450 will be Zen 3 compatible!

https://www.anandtech.com/show/15...therboards
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Also, 10% CB on xyz.
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Is the Tomahawk really worth the premium over this, if you're not planning to OC?
this is a good board even with oc.
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Anyone have any issues with those small fans on the X570 motherboards? I don't like them... and the extra heat the chips produce... but would like something that is compatible with Zen 3 which the B450/X470 chips don't seem like they will be.

Oh, good news... looks like B450 will be Zen 3 compatible!

https://www.anandtech.com/show/15...therboards [anandtech.com]
In a decent airflow case, the chipset fan seems to be of negligible necessity at all. I have the X570 Creator from AsRock and I can turn my fan all the way down and the temp barely moves a tick when the system is at full load for hours. From my research when I first set up my build, this was something a lot of people were saying. The stock speed was actually quite loud and annoying out-of-the-box but if you turn it down just a bit you can no longer hear it at all.

Regardless, if you think the noise is something that might bother you, try getting a board where you know it has adjustments in the bios/system software for this fan and you should be good to go. Some of the X570 boards don't allow you to adjust the chipset fans and I'd be especially curious about it if buying a cheaper one.
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For what it's worth I've had this board (wifi version) for 6mos now with Ryzen 5 2600x / 32gb 3200ddr4 memory and it's solid. Plenty of future proofing and configurable settings. Also super easy to set fan curves and backup settings in bios. Has no issue hitting 1g speeds reliably on the realtek Ethernet interface.

Only minor gripes are that it somehow keeps loading a certain app into windows even after I uninstall it (armory crate). Also the cooling solution for the x570 chipset seems less robust with a small, high rpm fan that's blocked by bigger gpus (runs around 60-65 C).

if you look at the Linus tech tips forum with board ratings this is in the higher tiers and seems to have good power delivery hardware onboard. So far I'm happy with mine.
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