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MSI X570-A PRO AM4 DDR4 ATX Motherboard £153.75  ebay ebuyer_uk_ltd
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MSI X570-A PRO AM4 DDR4 ATX Motherboard £153.75 ebay ebuyer_uk_ltd

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Posted 16th Jul

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Model Name: X570-A PRO
CPU Support: Supports 2nd and 3rd Gen AMD RyzenTM / RyzenTM with RadeonTM Vega Graphics and 2nd Gen AMD RyzenTM with RadeonTM Graphics Desktop Processors
CPU Socket: Socket AM4
Chipset: AMD X570 Chipset
Graphics Interface: 2 x PCI-E 4.0 x16 slots, Supports 2-Way AMD CrossFire Technology
Display Interface: HDMI — Requires Processor Graphics
Memory Support: 4 DIMMs, Dual Channel DDR4
Expansion Slots: 3x PCIe 3.0 xl slots
Storage: 1 x Lightning M.2 slot (Gen4 x4) + 1 x Turbo M.2 slot (Gen3 x4) 6 x SATA 6Gb/s
USB Ports: 2 x USB 3.2 (Gen2, A+C) + 8 x USB 3.2 (Genl) + 6 x USB 2.0
LAN: Realtek RTL8111 H Gigabit LAN
Audio: 8-Channel(7.1) HD Audio with Audio Boost 4
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4 Comments
Hmmmm lots of votes n no comments. Gotta love hukd
Lucifer_UK16/07/2019 08:36

Hmmmm lots of votes n no comments. Gotta love hukd



Probably guess its mainly people who aren't interested rather than rating it based on its merit. Or upset that I posted about 7 different motherboard deals, "clogging up" their precious news feed
SourMash9116/07/2019 08:49

Probably guess its mainly people who aren't interested rather than rating …Probably guess its mainly people who aren't interested rather than rating it based on its merit. Or upset that I posted about 7 different motherboard deals, "clogging up" their precious news feed



Oh yeah buddy! You sure hit the nail on the head there! Got them good!
Not sure how much attention this will get on a sub 400 voted deal but I'm doing a new build currently and only have the mobo left to buy. I was thinking about the B450 Tomahawk or Carbon but given the prices on those would I be better off going for an X570 board instead?

So far the build is 16gb 3000Mhz RAM, Ryzen 2600, a 240gb M.2 SSD primarily for the OS, an RX 590, and I'll probably just transfer my old HDD for storage for now. For the minor features I'd lose - Bluetooth and WiFi - I'd gain PCIe 4.0 for a gpu upgrade (I went for a cheaper one now with a view to upgrading again sooner) plus the added benefit of a better chipset for Ryzen 3000 and higher speed RAM if I want to upgrade those (although that'd be years down the line).

Thoughts?

Edit: How would this X570 compare for £10 extra?
Edited by: "Battenberg" 17th Jul
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