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ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming X motherboard £255.46 Amazon
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ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming X motherboard £255.46 Amazon

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Posted 16th Sep

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  • Supports AMD AM4 Socket Ryzen 2000 and 3000 Series processors
  • Intel Wi-Fi 6 802. 11ax (2. 4Gbps) + BT 5. 0
  • Phantom Gaming 2. 5 Gigabit LAN, Intel Gigabit LAN
  • Supports DDR4 4666+ (OC)
  • 3 PCIe 4. 0 x16, 2 PCIe 4. 0 x1
  • NVIDIA NVLink , Quad SLI , AMD 3-Way CrossFireX
  • 7. 1 CH HD Audio (Realtek ALC1220 Audio Codec)

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Voted hot same price as the Taichi and not much difference (You get a second LAN port with a 2.5G Ethernet NIC).
Good price but but doubt zen3 will be am4 and not upgrading until next year.
powerbrick16/09/2019 12:34

Good price but but doubt zen3 will be am4 and not upgrading until next …Good price but but doubt zen3 will be am4 and not upgrading until next year.


Am4 will cover next gen Ryzen as stated by Amd.
Sie_Masz16/09/2019 12:48

Am4 will cover next gen Ryzen as stated by Amd.


Nope, they said up to 2020.
I'm wary about buying a board with cheap fan attached (under a cover) on these 570 boards. I remember the problems I had with some Abit boards a few years ago where fan failures wreaked havoc.

I'm not convinced that fan quality has been improved!
It looks like it is leaking out the edge?
Sie_Masz16/09/2019 12:48

Am4 will cover next gen Ryzen as stated by Amd.


AMD have been very clever with their marketing wording and haven't committed to next gen being AM4. That doesn't mean they will change but they have left the door open. My biggest issue with this level of board is the complete lack of overclocking headroom with the 3000 series, yes there are other features but they don't seem worth the hike and a 3900x can happily run on cheaper boards.
Edited by: "stuellis" 16th Sep
Actually going by AMD employees they may take longer moving from AM4. Niether have they commited beyond 4 years in writing. Zen 3 is AM4 for the record going by their roadmaps.

This is an enthusiast board. Its certainly not about saving money or entry level etc. Good deal for it is given other flagship x570 boards cost north of £350.
powerbrick16/09/2019 12:51

Nope, they said up to 2020.


Right and You try to suggest they released 3rd gen in 2019 and they will release 4th in 2020/21 just to skip am4 compatibility?
How does this compare to the other flagship models like the MSI Ace & Gigabyte Master?
MRP16/09/2019 17:23

Actually going by AMD employees they may take longer moving from AM4. …Actually going by AMD employees they may take longer moving from AM4. Niether have they commited beyond 4 years in writing. Zen 3 is AM4 for the record going by their roadmaps. This is an enthusiast board. Its certainly not about saving money or entry level etc. Good deal for it is given other flagship x570 boards cost north of £350.


not its not Link to any AMD official recent material please......
Sie_Masz16/09/2019 17:55

Right and You try to suggest they released 3rd gen in 2019 and they will …Right and You try to suggest they released 3rd gen in 2019 and they will release 4th in 2020/21 just to skip am4 compatibility?


dont know how you concluded that rubbish
Sie_Masz16/09/2019 17:55

Right and You try to suggest they released 3rd gen in 2019 and they will …Right and You try to suggest they released 3rd gen in 2019 and they will release 4th in 2020/21 just to skip am4 compatibility?


He did say 3rd gen which isn't expected until 2021, think you may be confused with 2nd gen+ (we are only on Gen 2 now despite the 3000 name) which is out 2020 and is widely expected to be on AM4.
A big reasons is because DDR5 is at least a year away and they are not going to release a new socket with DDR4 for it to only last a year when DDR5 becomes mainstream.
RockstarRobbo16/09/2019 18:03

How does this compare to the other flagship models like the MSI Ace & …How does this compare to the other flagship models like the MSI Ace & Gigabyte Master?


They're all comparable, if you were doing anything extreme with it then you may notice a difference, features are pretty similar though. I'd say MSI'S UEFI is the better of the 3 though and that's how I'd make my choice if the price was right.
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