[SOLVED] Motherboard for my setup.

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Hey! I am a pure gamer, 1080p 144Hz FPS games. I have 4x8GB CL16 3600 MHz Crucial Ballistix kit. Should I got for an ASRocK X570-Pro4 motherboard for the T-Topology or should I go with the B550 Aorus Pro-P for the better vram? (according to buildzoid advice I might say) running AMD 5600X btw.

Thanks!
 
I've read somewhere that only the first few samples of x570 taichi had T-topology,now they switched to daisy chaining.
5600X supports up to 128 DUAL channel 3200mhz speed.
Honestly i dont think you will notice a big difference between 3200mhz-3800mhz honestly
between 3200mhz and 4133mhz there is 5-10 fps difference which is not worth the money to me.
 
Nov 22, 2020
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If you are not going to overclock good VRM's wont matter to you,just get a decent cpu cooler.I like the Asrock one simply because its an ATX,much more space for upgrades and it also has good VRMs.
I do not plan to manually overclock the cpu indeed.
Just want to use the boosting feature and get the memory up to 3800MHz with XMP if possible.

What about the topology?
 
I've read somewhere that only the first few samples of x570 taichi had T-topology,now they switched to daisy chaining.
5600X supports up to 128 DUAL channel 3200mhz speed.
Honestly i dont think you will notice a big difference between 3200mhz-3800mhz honestly
between 3200mhz and 4133mhz there is 5-10 fps difference which is not worth the money to me.
 
Nov 22, 2020
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I've read somewhere that only the first few samples of x570 taichi had T-topology,now they switched to daisy chaining.
5600X supports up to 128 DUAL channel 3200mhz speed.
Honestly i dont think you will notice a big difference between 3200mhz-3800mhz honestly
between 3200mhz and 4133mhz there is 5-10 fps difference which is not worth the money to me.
Actually on 1080p all low setting the difference can be dramatic between manually tuned memory and not tuned.
 
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