[SOLVED] Best x570 mobo in the 200€ range

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So guys what would be the best x570 choice for a ryzen 3700x?msi mpg gaming edge wifi gigabyte aorus elite asrock x570 steel legend or asrock 570m pro 4 or asus prime x570 p?
 

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So guys what would be the best x570 choice for a ryzen 3700x?msi mpg gaming edge wifi gigabyte aorus elite asrock x570 steel legend or asrock 570m pro 4 or asus prime x570 p?
 

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What sort of options are you looking for the most? I'd usually look at hardware connectivity, aesthetics and the sort of cooling on the VRM's. MSI's offering looks stellar but they've been lacking in the QC department.
 
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What sort of options are you looking for the most? I'd usually look at hardware connectivity, aesthetics and the sort of cooling on the VRM's. MSI's offering looks stellar but they've been lacking in the QC department.
Nothing in particular just want a good all around mobo for my ryzen 3700x and g tridentz 3200 mhz ram i dont really care about wi fi or how the mobo looks.mostly good sound and vrm i guess i was mostly thinking about the elite cause of bios flashback but i take any suggestions
 

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Don't buy the MSi board . It only has a cheap component 4+2 VRM design which means the VRMs will overheat and throttle the CPU speed (the MSi A-Pro, Gaming Plus and Gaming Edge all use the same 4+2 VRM design). Do a search on YouTube and look at MOBO reviews by Hardware Unboxed. They said the low and mid-tier MSi VRMs are really bad, reaching temps as high as 125 degrees. Better boards run at 60 degrees or so.

Their reviews recommended the ASUS Prime X570P the best from the list you mentioned...
 
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Don't buy the MSi board . It only has a cheap component 4+2 VRM design which means the VRMs will overheat and throttle the CPU speed (the MSi A-Pro, Gaming Plus and Gaming Edge all use the same 4+2 VRM design). Do a search on YouTube and look at MOBO reviews by Hardware Unboxed. They said the low and mid-tier MSi VRMs are really bad, reaching temps as high as 125 degrees. Better boards run at 60 degrees or so.

Their reviews recommended the ASUS Prime X570P the best from the list you mentioned...
I see gamers nexus recommends gigabyte elite at 200 tho.im not sure will propably go for gigabyte elite cause of bios flashback are there any particluar advamtages on the asus?
 

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Unfortunately that MSI is a bit tricky, you have better options! The Steel Legend is one of my favorites under 200 for the X570, really solid board good design and not overpriced.
If not another option if you can find it's the X470 Taichi, it's one of the best AM4 motherboards out there and if you dont care about the PCIe4 then it's a great choice.
 
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Unfortunately that MSI is a bit tricky, you have better options! The Steel Legend is one of my favorites under 200 for the X570, really solid board good design and not overpriced.
If not another option if you can find it's the X470 Taichi, it's one of the best AM4 motherboards out there and if you dont care about the PCIe4 then it's a great choice.
So the better choice would be the steel legend or gigabyte aorus elite?
 

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