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ASRock X570 PHANTOM GAMING-ITX/TB3 Mini ITX Thunderbolt 3 Motherboard @ $199.99 + F/S

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  • 2x288 pin DDR4 Slot
  • 1x PCIe 4.0 x16
  • 1x Vertical M.2 Key E /w Bundled WiFi 802.11ac module
  • 1x 15u Gold Contact in VGA PCIe Slot
  • 4x SATA III 6 Gbps connector, support RAID, NCQ and Hot Plug
  • 1x Hyper M.2 2280, supporting up to Gen4x4
  • SATA RAID 0/1/10
  • Realtek ALC1220 7.1 Channel audio
  • Intel i211AT Gigabit Lan
  • Intel 802.11 ax Wi-Fi 2x2 + Bluetooth 5.0 module
  • Back I/O Ports:
    • 2x Antenna Ports (on I/O Panel Shield)
    • 1x PS/2 Mouse/Keyboard Port
    • 1x HDMI Port
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.4 Input
    • 1x Optical SPDIF Out Port
    • 1x USB 3.2 Gen2 Thunderbolt Type-C Port (40Gb/s for Thunderbolt protocol; 10Gb/s for USB3.2 protocol) (Supports ESD Protection)
    • 2x USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-A Ports (Supports ESD Protection)
    • 2x USB 3.2 Gen1 Ports (Supports ESD Protection)
    • 1x RJ-45 LAN Port with LED (ACT/LINK LED and SPEED LED)
    • 1x Clear CMOS Button
    • HD Audio Jacks: Rear Speaker / Central / Bass / Line in / Front Speaker / Microphone (Gold Audio Jacks)
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Only 1 M.2 for ssd
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Only 1 M.2 for ssd
Are there any ITX boards with more than 1?
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i'm not entirely sure why you'd get this over a b550 mobo. There's only one pcie slot, and one m.2. Also, you'll never see the rgb lights as any graphics card will block them completely
tb3..
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Are there any ITX boards with more than 1?
The ASUS Strix x570-I and Gigabyte Aorus X570 I both have 2x NVMe PCIe Gen 4x4 slots for SSDs. Several B550 boards have 1x NVMe PCIe Gen 4x4, and 1x NVMe PCIe gen 3x4. This board used 4 PCI-E lanes on thunderbolt, which only runs at PCIe gen 3x4 speeds. Kind of a waste imo unless you need thunderbolt.
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I'm not entirely sure why you'd get this over a b550 mobo. There's only one PCIE slot, and one m.2. Also, you'll never see the RGB lights as any graphics card will block them completely
Perfect board for upcoming APUs and tb3
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...There's only one PCIE slot...
It is an ITX board... that is expected.
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It is an ITX board... that is expected.
Yeah of course, but the advantages of X570 over b550 are less pronounced on an ITX board because of the singular PCIE slot and one M.2
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The ASUS Strix x570-I and Gigabyte Aorus X570 I both have 2x NVMe PCIe Gen 4x4 slots for SSDs. Several B550 boards have 1x NVMe PCIe Gen 4x4, and 1x NVMe PCIe gen 3x4. This board used 4 PCI-E lanes on thunderbolt, which only runs at PCIe gen 3x4 speeds. Kind of a waste imo unless you need thunderbolt.
Are any of those boards ITX or full ATX?
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Are there any ITX boards with more than 1?
https://www.newegg.com/asrock-b55...klink=true

I got that one for my 5600x - working great.
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The ASUS Strix x570-I and Gigabyte Aorus X570 I both have 2x NVMe PCIe Gen 4x4 slots for SSDs. Several B550 boards have 1x NVMe PCIe Gen 4x4, and 1x NVMe PCIe gen 3x4. This board used 4 PCI-E lanes on thunderbolt, which only runs at PCIe gen 3x4 speeds. Kind of a waste imo unless you need thunderbolt.
which would you recommend for either a 5600x or 5900x?
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Only 1 M.2 for ssd
Did you miss the ITX form factor part?

If they did find room for one extra it would prob get covered by the gpu anyway. They usually do

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I'm not entirely sure why you'd get this over a b550 mobo. There's only one PCIE slot, and one m.2. Also, you'll never see the RGB lights as any graphics card will block them completely
Because of that sweet sweet 1x PS/2 Mouse/Keyboard Port

No but honestly. This has SPDIF which is what I look for. A lot of other features I'd never use though.

I haven't picked out an itx mobo for my next build but I have to be able to do better than this for half the price
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which would you recommend for either a 5600x or 5900x?
I haven't used any of them but from what I researched they all have good enough VRMs to easily handle a 5900X. You can google x570 tier list. Beyond that it's all up to your preference of brand and support. I'm partial to ASUS but they're on the expensive side, as in not as good a value.
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I bought this board for my ITX custom desktop primarily so I could use my existing Caldigit TB3 dock. It has worked out all right, but there are a couple issues woth noting:

- The layout limits the cooling that one can use, and it uses Intel fan mounts. Be sure to check the Asrock site for compatibility. I'm using liquid cooling, ao it was less of an issue.

- The TB3 port can only power a single display due to having only one input from your graphics card.

- Fan isn't loud for normal workloads, but it does get noticeable at higher RPMs.

If you want to use an AMD chip with Thunderbolt, this is about your only option, and it gets the job done. If you don't need Thunderbolt, get a different board.
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