What is the 10gb NiC? is that broadband speed? or speed of data xfers on the board?Depends what you're looking for.
The Edge Wifi is a doubled 4phase VRM, IIRC.....
The Gigabyte Aorus Elite is a doubled 6phase and $10 cheaper. The WIFI board is $210
HOWEVER, unless you need a specific X570 feature (pretty much PCIe Gen4).... Then ~$200 puts you in the pricepoint of some of the best X470 boards:
What would you consider a better option from the MSI mobo? I do need a board that is upgradeable so thats why I was leaning towards the MSI but honestly i have little knwoledge of gaming boards and this is more of a business computer than gaming rig since its for photoshop primarily.I would reconsider getting a MSi mobo... MSi has cut corners on their VRM design which YouTube videos show the VRM hits temps of 100+ degrees (or 40 degrees higher than the better boards) which causes the CPU to throttle its speeds. VRM design is extremely important with the new Ryzen CPUs because of their high current draw.
Just search for Hardware Unboxed X.570 motherboard videos on YouTube. They are eye-opening... (sad to say, I have a mid-tier MSi MPG Gaming Carbon Pro Wi-Fi motherboard which has one of the poorer VRM designs)
I think im going with this oneAny of the Gigabyte Auros, Msi Pro Carbon, Asus tuf or ROG etc
No, its a Ryzen 5 3600.It's a $500 cpu. Personally I think it a little obnoxious to be pairing an expensive, hi wattage, hi core cpu like a 3900x with a budget oriented motherboard. Be like putting a i9 9900k on a budget Z390 and wondering why the cpu was choking.
Cpus like that belong on enthusiast grade mobo's, not consumer grade. There is a difference.
Yeah it appears from teh video reviews. I scaled back to the ASUS - ROG Strix B450-F GamingMSi appears to have cut corners on their VRMs which run at extremely high temps when used with the higher powered AMD Ryzen CPUs... I would look at a different board maker (and I have a MSi board and it does run extremely hot)...
I wish that was the case... I bought the MSi X.570 MPG Gaming Carbon Pro Wi-Fi motherboard which is their mid-tier mobo (the Godlike is too expensive @ $700 and the stupid ACE only had four SATA ports, I needed a minimum of five) so the Carbon was my next choice.I was talking about the videos, reviewers using a 3900x on a $200 budget X570 mobo. Once you moved into the $350+ enthusiasts class mobo's, nobody had temp issues.
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