Asus ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING w/ DDR4, 7.1 Audio, 2.5G + GB LAN, WiFi 6, SLI / 3-Way CrossFire

MX77771 ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING w/ DDR4, 7.1 Audio, 2.5G + GB LAN, WiFi 6, SLI / 3-Way CrossFire
MX77771 ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING w/ DDR4, 7.1 Audio, 2.5G + GB LAN, WiFi 6, SLI / 3-Way CrossFire MX77771 ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING w/ DDR4, 7.1 Audio, 2.5G + GB LAN, WiFi 6, SLI / 3-Way CrossFire MX77771 ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING w/ DDR4, 7.1 Audio, 2.5G + GB LAN, WiFi 6, SLI / 3-Way CrossFire MX77771 ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING w/ DDR4, 7.1 Audio, 2.5G + GB LAN, WiFi 6, SLI / 3-Way CrossFire

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Average Rating: 3.4 / 5 With 7 Customer Reviews

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Friday, November 26, 2021
By: Zander
From: Edmonton

Almost worth it

Strengths:

-Connectivity is great(external). -Tons of SATA 3 -the RGB looks a lot better in person.

Weaknesses:

-PCIe latch is very difficult to open, and gets stuck often(could just be my graphics card). -I believe it could have used one or two more usb 2.0 internal ports(needed to use a usb 2.0 bus). -the 90 degree angle of the internal usb type c necessitates a right angle connector(if you don't want a cable jutting straight out).

Additional Comments:

Used it quite extensively and I've seen no big problems yet, it has been almost a year, only problem was I had was with the horrible RGB software. This motherboard worked perfectly in my H510, although it was a tight fit, but that would be expected for an almost E-ATX board. The board is almost worth the price in my opinion, quality is pretty good but some of the problems I've had would make this board not quite worth buying. I bought it mostly for how it looked, so if you just want a cool looking board, with pretty good quality, it wouldn't be my first choice but a close second.
Wednesday, November 10, 2021
By: Mike Roy
From: Calgary

Great board without being crazy expensive

Strengths:

This is full featured board. 2 M.2 slots with heat sinks. all 10gbps USB ports full speed USB C front port bios flashback good VRM adequately support CPUs all the way up to 5950x. boot code readout and boot process lights

Weaknesses:

No reset push button on board No bios clear push button on board It is still fairly expensive. But the quality of motherboards has to go up with having to support 4-16 core CPUs. More layers, stronger VRMS, etc = more cost. The days of having a strong motherboard only costing $150-180 are gone.

Additional Comments:

After a solid year of BIOS updates this thing is rock solid. USB issues with AMD controller have been resolved. Great to see the Gaming boards being really well featured and tastefully RGB equipped for those that don't want to go with the crazy Crosshair line.
Thursday, February 25, 2021
By: Jamie
From: Abbotsford

Sound Issues

Additional Comments:

Almost every month I have to reinstall the realtek sound drivers because the sound stops working and the speaker icon in the system tray shows a red X. Sometimes a simple reboot fixes the issue, but many times that's not the case. Other than that, I don't have any complaints.
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
By: Zachary
From: Kelowna

Would not recommend

Weaknesses:

Not worth it! I have never had so many issues with a board. After I got it working finally after continually getting Q Code "0d" and was finally able to get it running and windows installed. While installing programs it hard crashed and the "0d" code appeared again. Since then I have not been able to get it working again. The headache and cost are not worth it.

Additional Comments:

DO NOT GET THIS MB!
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
By: James H
From: Langley

Great motherboard, has everything you need

Strengths:

Connectivity, tons of SATA, connections for 2 case fans, USB 2 and 3 front ports Looks great, no separate back plate to install Runs fast and smoothly

Weaknesses:

Realtek 2.5Gb LAN is terrible Putting in M.2. SSD drives is a hassle Doesn't include screws to fit into case or for expansion cards, so have screws ready! "Republic of Gamers" logo that shows up on boot is silly

Additional Comments:

Great motherboard, really nice how everything just "works" and has everything you would ever need. Good if you are building a gaming computer, work computer or server. It can handle all these needs flawlessly. Asides from one issue - for me the Realtek 2.5Gb LAN has problems and is unreliable for use in a server setting. When streaming to my TV or accessing a network share it would periodically just drop out and lose the connection. I tried changing cables, updating the realtek drivers, and had the same problems. Thankfully the board also has an Intel 1Gb LAN, which once I switched to that all the problems went away. So to me, the 2.5Gb LAN is really just a "bonus" feature, maybe it will be resolved with BIOS/Driver updates over time, or just a compatibility issue with my router. For that reason I knocked off a star.
Monday, February 3, 2020
By: Ray
From: Winnipeg

Half cooked software & RAID

Strengths:

Hardware-wise this is a rock solid board. AI tweeking software is good not great. ASUS/American Megatrends BIOS is very robust, lots of features for tuning, except the RAID feature.

Weaknesses:

AMD hardware RAID totally sucks. Only works if one is doing a clean install of Windows. Ended up using Windows internal RAID feature. USB board connectors are at the bottom, only managed to get one connector to reach, had to lengthen the other cable to reach. BIOS didn't properly recognize the CPU and memory.

Additional Comments:

For a mature expensive board I was expecting more from the 570X RAID but, the RAID is the worst I've seen in 30 years. Besides the RAID problem most of the software seems to be half cooked and unfinished.
The BIOS AI is ok but you will need to go back in and tune it manually. The BIOS could not even get my memory right except the voltage, 3200 was listed as 2136 ??? G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 2x16 (32gig) CPU base frequency was 3.9 but boost was 4.2, AI got it to 4325, this is for a Rysen 3800X.
The Windows based AL tweeker is disabled and will not work if you make any changes to memory or CPU speed in the BIOS! so be aware of this.
The ROG CPUID software pretty much gets everything wrong. The Armoury Crate software is also pretty good for doing the updates. Oh the BIOS also failed to recognise my NVida Quadro 4000 video card on first boot but was fine thereafter. The flashback is an excellent feature.
Except for the AMD RAID this is a solid board with nice LED lighting effects, if your into that. OC is very easy but the stock CPU cooler needs to be upgraded if your going to push the limits, otherwise the whole board setup runs quite cool and is not to hard on my 650 watt PS.
This is a tweekers board and I would have given this board a 5 out of 5 if it weren't for the RAID and half cooked software/BIOS. I only did basic stress testing but, this setup is fast and solid. If you plan on using the RAID make sure you read through the RAID manual first so you know what's involved.
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
By: Roland
From: Calgary

Sure I'll be the first

Strengths:

- Nice lighting that syncs well with my other hardware - A good amount of bios updates early on - 100% Stable, I've had no issues with it. - Active cooling is very quiet when running and hidden

Weaknesses:

- X570s are expensive - USB 3.0 on the lower end of the board is a minor issue for me I prefer it on the side.. but they have a Gen 2 3.2 connector there which I have no use for right now.

Additional Comments:

I don't give out 5 stars often and I've shied away from Asus boards over the first two Ryzen generations as they had problems but, you know... I can't find much to fault with this. It's a great board with excellent features. I'd like to touch up on the software which I found surprising. As soon as the OS was installed and connected to the internet it wanted to install the Asus Armor Crate ap which updates all your drivers and will also install some of Asus control apps if you want them. The integration was incredibly smooth. Well done Asus. It's a step up from your competitors current software and useful to.
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