Asus PRIME X570-PRO w/ DDR4-2666, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, SLI / 3-Way CrossFire

MX77773 PRIME X570-PRO w/ DDR4-2666, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, SLI / 3-Way CrossFire
MX77773 PRIME X570-PRO w/ DDR4-2666, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, SLI / 3-Way CrossFire MX77773 PRIME X570-PRO w/ DDR4-2666, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, SLI / 3-Way CrossFire MX77773 PRIME X570-PRO w/ DDR4-2666, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, SLI / 3-Way CrossFire MX77773 PRIME X570-PRO w/ DDR4-2666, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, SLI / 3-Way CrossFire

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Average Rating: 2.7 / 5 With 3 Customer Reviews

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Saturday, May 23, 2020
By: A Ly
From: Calgary

Not worth it

Weaknesses:

Stopped working after 6 months

Additional Comments:

You can get better for the same price or less. This board lasted only 6 months. Asus warranty is horrible as well. They made me spend extra money to tell me they wont warranty my board even though I told them whats going on through the chat and was told to not worry about it and send it in. stay away from this board, save your money and get something what will last longer than 6 months
Sunday, January 26, 2020
By: Scott Coburn
From: Prince Albert

Good Hardware / Less than Ideal BIOS / Typical ASUS Software Issues

Strengths:

I can't say anything bad about the hardware itself. Very robust looking, all the features you should really need.

Weaknesses:

The RAM I wanted with this build was out of stock. The salesperson suggested the Trident Z RGB 3200 16GB kit, which I found out later wasn't on the QVL. Normally this isn't an issue particularly with Intel builds. However there is a setting in the BIOS that is missing from this board that many other X570 motherboards have. It's called DRAM Vboot Voltage and helps systems with RAM run above JEDEC speeds (in this case 3200) POST. Without this setting the motherboard attempts to train the RAM at 1.2V which is typically insufficient for RAM at those speeds. ASUS support won't even discuss the issue if your RAM isn't on the QVL, so you are on your own. I managed to get it running at 2933 reliably, 3066 is hit or miss on whether it'll POST. This motherboard isn't good at recovering on it's own when it doesn't POST, this forced me to short the clear CMOS pins every time I tried something else.

Additional Comments:

If you are getting this board and intend to use higher speed RAM with this motherboard, make sure it's on the QVL. Though it's my assertion that without the above mentioned setting, it's unlikely this motherboard will POST with higher RAM speed settings even if it's on the QVL. This is unfortunate since it's well known that Ryzen benefits from RAM speeds in the 3200 - 3600 range. It's my hope that ASUS will add this setting to the BIOS though I won't hold my breath. ASUS hardware is awesome, there software is laughable, and their support is atrocious.
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
By: mike
From: bow island

Good board

Strengths:

New bios runs ryzen 3800x real fast raising base clock to 4.2 ghz in windows 10 taskman over clocking cant say but not needed imo

Weaknesses:

Ai Suite won't control your strix gpu fan which is a bonus one less thing to think about so that sucks

Additional Comments:

This will do just fine enough good x570 board
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