Review ASRock X570 PG Velocita Review: A Great X570 Refresh

CerianK

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"Out of the box, this fan was audible, but not loud. You can turn this down to silent in the BIOS and hot hear it at all."
"How hot is it?"... That typo does bring up a good question: Most 570 boards use a chipset fan, but I have not heard any reports of what happens if the fan stops or fails. Has anyone experienced issues without the fan running?
 

saf227

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I'm still researching X570 boards, but the ASUS TUF Gaming X570-PRO (WiFi 6) seems to compare very favorably to this board for about $40 less. Have you looked at the ASUS Board?
 
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mattkiss

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Multiple errors in the "Specifications" table. Also, should note the top PCIe 4.0 x1 slot is too close to the top x16 slot to ever be used for anything since most discrete graphics cards are dual slot solutions. I'd list this in the "Against" column.
 

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The storage limitations seem pathetically limited, although I don't quite understand all the cryptic descriptions. Only two M2 slots? And no M2 at all if you use a TB3 card?
Huh?
What the heck is the point of using an x570 chip, if you're then going to severely limit drive options?
 

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