Review Asus ROG Crosshair X670E Hero Review: Three PCIe 5.0 M.2 and USB4

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Having a single PCIE5 slot or many with limited lanes makes me wonder..
They are sort of useless in the short term?

I always wondered if there would be a way to split a 8X PCIEx5 into a 2x PCIE8x4
 
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Asus’ ROG Crosshair X670E Hero is a well-equipped Ryzen 7000 board that costs just under $700. It includes five M.2 sockets (three PCIe 5.0, one via an AIC), six SATA ports, flagship-class audio, 12 rear IO USB ports (2x USB4), and the premium ROG Hero aesthetic.

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I saw today like 3 pages talking about this motherboard. But nobody talking about how many issue cause this motherboard , for me I finished mashed mine with a hammer. This have bsod issue reset all the time and lagging all the time. Don't buy this crap just check issue in the same page of asus and check microcenter review. Don't waste yout money