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Gigabyte X570 UD AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard £129.98 at CCLOnline
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Gigabyte X570 UD AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard £129.98 at CCLOnline

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Posted 24th Jan

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Decent motherboard for Ryzen builds.

AMD X570 UD Motherboard with 10+2 Phases Digital VRM, Advanced Thermal Design with Enlarge Heatsink
PCIe 4.0 x4 M.2 Connector, PCIe 4.0 x16 Slot Armor with Ultra Durable Design, GIGABYTE Gaming GbE LAN with Bandwidth Management, HDMI 2.0

  • Supports AMD 3rd Gen Ryzen/ 2nd Gen Ryzen/ 2nd Gen Ryzen with Radeon Vega Graphics/ Ryzen with Radeon Vega Graphics Processors
  • Dual Channel Non-ECC Unbuffered DDR4, 4 DIMMs
  • 10+2 Phases Digital VRM Solution
  • Advanced Thermal Design with Enlarge Heatsink
  • Ultra-Fast NVMe PCIe 4.0/3.0 x4 M.2 Connector
  • High Quality Audio Capacitors and Audio Noise Guard for Ultimate Audio Quality
  • GIGABYTE Gaming GbE LAN with Bandwidth Management
  • Supports RGB Light Strip in Full Colors
  • Smart Fan 5 features Multiple Temperature Sensors and Hybrid Fan Headers with FAN STOP
  • Featured HDMI 2.0 support
  • Q-Flash Plus update BIOS without installing CPU, Memory and Graphics card

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Single m.2. unfortunate, but expected at this price point I guess. Could always add more with an adapter as the lanes will be there
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If you want a no frills AM4 X570 board this is definitely the one to buy. Limited rear I/O, single M.2. slot no RGB lighting are the only downsides.

I'd buy one :-)
I'd say this board has plenty for my tastes, without all that extranous crapola everyone thinks they need and in reality, aren't likely to ever use. Does RGB lighting make a computer go faster, or does it just make it look like a tarts boudoir?!

The detail states an RGB header from what I can see in the picture.
Edited by: "gabesdad" 24th Jan
gabesdad24/01/2020 13:14

I'd say this board has plenty for my tastes, without all that extranous …I'd say this board has plenty for my tastes, without all that extranous crapola everyone thinks they need and in reality, aren't likely to ever use. Does RGB lighting make a computer go faster, or does it just make it look like a tarts boudoir?!The detail states an RGB header from what I can see in the picture.


Tarts Boudoir classic :-D
Single m.2. unfortunate, but expected at this price point I guess. Could always add more with an adapter as the lanes will be there
Are these boards like to be compatible with the upcoming Ryzen 4000 series CPU’s? Might pick one up now in advance of that.
gabesdad24/01/2020 14:11

Are these boards like to be compatible with the upcoming Ryzen 4000 series …Are these boards like to be compatible with the upcoming Ryzen 4000 series CPU’s? Might pick one up now in advance of that.


As desktop Ryzen 4000 hasn't been announced yet your guess is as good as ours.
I was just going on the fact I’d read they were likely to keep the same socket design for one more iteration.
gabesdad24/01/2020 14:23

I was just going on the fact I’d read they were likely to keep the same s …I was just going on the fact I’d read they were likely to keep the same socket design for one more iteration.



No guarantees. But Zen 3 / Ryzen 4xxx is slated for this year. AM4 is supposed to receive "support" / new CPUs until this year. So maybe? A BIOS upgrade would be necessary.
chischis24/01/2020 14:37

No guarantees. But Zen 3 / Ryzen 4xxx is slated for this year. AM4 is …No guarantees. But Zen 3 / Ryzen 4xxx is slated for this year. AM4 is supposed to receive "support" / new CPUs until this year. So maybe? A BIOS upgrade would be necessary.


That’s what I was thinking, like some of the B450 boards. Worst case it’s not compatible and the price or the 3000 series drops a bit, so win-win really.
It has a bad hot VRM's.
REM_Jupiter24/01/2020 13:07

If you want a no frills AM4 X570 board this is definitely the one to buy. …If you want a no frills AM4 X570 board this is definitely the one to buy. Limited rear I/O, single M.2. slot no RGB lighting are the only downsides.I'd buy one :-)

You're buying it for PCIe 4.0 effectively. I don't think it gives you much over an £80 B450M mobo in reality.
fishmaster24/01/2020 18:14

You're buying it for PCIe 4.0 effectively. I don't think it gives you much …You're buying it for PCIe 4.0 effectively. I don't think it gives you much over an £80 B450M mobo in reality.


Think you're also forgetting better memory speeds and precision boost overdrive.

You'll get far better overclocking performance results than a B450
REM_Jupiter24/01/2020 18:58

Think you're also forgetting better memory speeds and precision boost …Think you're also forgetting better memory speeds and precision boost overdrive.You'll get far better overclocking performance results than a B450


Ryzen isn't great for overclocking though, is it really worth it?
fishmaster24/01/2020 18:59

Ryzen isn't great for overclocking though, is it really worth it?


But that's the whole point of the enthusiast boards. The cater to a specific market. There's no question that on budget B450 is great I know I use it. But when you have premium features for that price you have further potential.
REM_Jupiter24/01/2020 18:58

Think you're also forgetting better memory speeds and precision boost …Think you're also forgetting better memory speeds and precision boost overdrive.You'll get far better overclocking performance results than a B450



Memory overclocking is almost entirely down to the CPU itself, because that's where the memory controller chip is located. Buying one of these super cheap X570 boards has never been recommend by any reviewer; just because something has X570 in its name doesn't mean it's guaranteed to be even approaching on par with a proven X570 board that's been tested by multiple sources and likely be worse overall than a potentially cheaper B450 board.

Just looking at MSI's first rounf of X570 motherboards should be warning enough for this.
Edited by: "Premium" 24th Jan
REM_Jupiter24/01/2020 18:58

Think you're also forgetting better memory speeds and precision boost …Think you're also forgetting better memory speeds and precision boost overdrive.You'll get far better overclocking performance results than a B450



So far from the truth, a B450 are just as good. My £80 B450 is running 3800mhz RAM at 1:1 1900IF with a zen 2 4.4Ghz all core OC. VRMs are cool. Ran RAM at over 4000mhz+ but then you are running on 1:2IF, the B450 took it with ease.

If you want PCI4 then go X570, PCI3 B450, it’s that simple.
Edited by: "Scramz" 25th Jan
Scramz25/01/2020 01:01

So far from the truth, a B450 are just as good. My £80 b350 is running …So far from the truth, a B450 are just as good. My £80 b350 is running 3800mhz RAM at 1:1 1900IF with a zen 2 4.4Ghz all core OC. VRMs are cool. Ran RAM at over 4000mhz+ but then you are running on 1:2IF, the B450 took it with ease.If you want PCI4 then go X570, PCI3 B450, it’s that simple.


Fair enough. Thanks for the info
REM_Jupiter25/01/2020 10:03

Fair enough. Thanks for the info


To add, PBO is also on B450 boards too, not limited to X570
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