Asus ROG Strix X370-I Gaming Review: The True Mini X370 Board

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Considering the cost of the board, it will be unlikely for a buyer to get an APU for this board. Besides, one can return a CPU or the mobo if that happens.
Removing the video output is a good decision
 

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It basically kills one of his main catch's, build an SFF with the 2400G APU and upgrade later to future APU's while having a good quality mobo.
 

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Not so upset by the removal of the video out since the Ryzen chips don't have an iGPU by default like Intel. That said it is really nice to have an iGPU and video out on the board as a fail safe if your GPU kicks the bucket.
 

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Removing the Video output is not a good thing because the board is already expensive. and it does not cost them that much to add HDMI to the board.

it is like you saying : Expensive intel motherboards should not have HDMI/DVI output ?? because people will add a GPU card to them anyways ?

what kind of logic is this ?
 
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