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Asus Rog Strix Motherboard Black Friday DealsAMD’s AM4 socket is consistent over the entire life of Ryzen processors. The latest Zen 3 processors are best suited to the X570 Asus Rog Strix Motherboard Black Friday Deals 2021 series of motherboards. It’s now time to check out the ASUS ROG Strix E Gaming, which is mid-range. It has Intel 2.5 GbE, Wi-Fi 6 and dual PCIe 4.x4 M.2 ports. There is also plenty of USB 3.2 G2 connectivity. We review the ROG Strix X570E Gaming to find out how it compares. ASUS ROG Strix Gaming Overview Since the launch of its X570 chipset in summer 2019, AMD has maintained it as its flagship performance chip. Originally released alongside the Ryzen 3000 series processors in summer 2019, AMD has now unveiled its Zen 3 based Ryzen 5000 series processors. We were able to observe frequencies up to 5 GHz when testing our processors. X570 supports both Ryzen 5000 series and 3000 series processors. It is AMD’s flagship consumer chipset with ample PCIe 4.0 support via its full-length PCIe and M.2 slots. B550 users will find the main benefit of chipset-based, PCIe4.0 here.

ASUS ROG Strix X570 E Gaming was one of the first models to be launched when X570 was officially announced. We wanted to try it out, even though it’s been around for a while. It represents the ROG Strix series, which caters to mid-range users. It combines modern aesthetics with premium controller sets, RGB and other features. The X570E is similar to its Strix branded models. It features futuristic graffiti on the heatsinks and RGB LEDs embedded into the rear panel cover.

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ASUS uses active cooling, just like other mid-range X570 models. It has two PCIe 4.0 x4M.2 slots, and heatsinks that branch out from the heatsink. The chipset allocates eight SATA ports to the ASUS, which supports RAID 0, 1, 10 arrays and more. It has three full-length PCIe slots, each with x16, 8/x8, and 8/8/+x4, as well as two PCIe4.0 x1 slots. The memory support is impressive, as it supports DDR4-4400 out of the box. It can store up to 128GB in four memory slots.

The networking stack also includes a Realtek 2.5 GbE module and an Intel Wi Fi 6 module. This helps the board prepare for 2.5 G Ethernet becoming standard, with 2.5 G expected to be the norm. The board also features an Intel Gigabit Ethernet port, a premium ASUS branded audio codec and lots of USB 3.2 G2 on the rear panel. It includes seven USB Type-A and one USB Type-C 3.2 G2 G2 ports. Two video outputs are located on the rear panel, which can be used to connect any AMD Ryzen-based APUs including the 3000-series.

The ROG StrixX570-E Gaming is a great gaming machine in terms of performance. It has the highest power consumption performance, fastest boot times into Windows from an AM4 motherboard on our test, and the lowest DPC latency I have seen. It performs well in gaming and CPU tests, as it does against other AM4 models. The CPU has good VDroop control and under-compensation.

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POV-Ray performance increased as we tested the CPU at 100 MHz increments. The ASUS performs brilliantly in thermal VRM testing. It has a solid 14-phase power supply for the CPU (12+4) that is efficient and solid. There are decent power stages throughout the test and a solid heatsink to keep things cool. If motherboards could be broken down into economic classes, Asus ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming, priced at $299.99, would be an upper-middle class striver driving an imported SUV and carrying golf clubs. Although it isn’t as advanced as Asus Maximus XII motherboards, this ATX board can be used for gaming and overclocking.

The board is priced significantly lower than the high-end boards, making it an excellent choice for those who want the best of both worlds but don’t want to spend a lot. Competing with boards such as Asrock’s Z490 Phantom Gaming Velocita, however, the ROG Strix will need to work hard if it wants to dominate in this section of the market. Spoiler alert! Hard work pays off. The ROG Strix Z490-E Gaming’s color scheme is not the traditional red-and-black Republic of Gamers colour scheme. It is almost completely black, with very few highlights. After you have this ATX-sized board powered up, you will see some RGB LEDs placed over the chipset heatsink as well as the rear I/O panels. When powered up, they add color to the board.

Three heatsinks are placed around the CPU socket to provide a thermal solution. Between these heatsinks is a single heatpipe that keeps the 14+2 power stages cool. Asus has also included a bracket for mounting a fan to the heatsink left of the CPU socket. You can mount the included 40mm fan above the heatsink in order to pump more air into it and aid in cooling. If you are going to be doing a lot of overclocking, this fan will come in handy. However, it is always a good idea for keeping these critical components cool. I recommend that everyone use the fan. It was so quiet that I could not tell the difference between the fan spinning and the fan over other chassis fans. There is no downside to using the fan. The X570 is the most recommended AM4 motherboard, at this point in time. Even though we don’t expect to see any new core designs on it, it’s the best-selling AM4 motherboard. The ASUS ROG Strix X570 E Gaming MSRP is $330. Asus Rog Strix Motherboard Black Friday Deals 2021 While the B550 version costs only $280, Despite its $50 MSRP price, the X570 E Gaming is a superior storage device. The X570 is required for users who want to connect multiple PCIe-4.0 SSDs.