Asus TUF GAMING X570-PLUS w/ DDR4, 7.1 Audio, Gigabit LAN, CrossFire

MX77776 TUF GAMING X570-PLUS w/ DDR4, 7.1 Audio,  Gigabit LAN, CrossFire
MX77776 TUF GAMING X570-PLUS w/ DDR4, 7.1 Audio,  Gigabit LAN, CrossFire

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Good, inexpensive X570 motherboard

Submitted on Saturday, August 08, 2020
By GH
From Victoria

Strengths of the product

Cheap, X570 chipset The actual physical board seems well made,

Weaknesses of the product

Using with a Ryzen 7 3700X the bios is a little funky, had to change a couple things to get it to recognize my SSDs. Trying to get the AMD chipset drivers installed sucks, but that's an AMD problem. Also note that this is the non-WIFI version, and that also means it does not have Bluetooth.

Additional Comments

The asus bios update tool worked well. The other asus software/drivers that come with it are "ok" took some googling to get everything working. I had no problem with fitment in a tower case or plugging in anything. For the money I'm happy with the purchase so far - it's a good, inexpensive X570 motherboard and you can't go wrong with that.

No Regrets

Submitted on Tuesday, June 23, 2020
By Adam (nano) Hirschfeld
From Saskatoon

Strengths of the product

I had another motherboard in mind for my 3950x and a member of Memory Express advised against it. I asked what they would recommend and I expected something 400 dollars but they suggested this. It was definitely the right call.

Weaknesses of the product

None that I can tell.

Additional Comments

I tested this board for the alleged "Ryzen burnout" performance cheat where the vendor essentially removes Ryzen's power limit to gain performance at the cost of your processors life span. It reported 98-99 percent consistent power usage reporting.

Great Entry - Mid Level board

Submitted on Saturday, April 11, 2020
By Christopher
From Edmonton

Strengths of the product

No lack of internal and external I/O with much better memory support than the entry level x570 boards from Asus competitors. Great audio with clear and crisp sound, and I am really enjoying the included DTS audio support for headphones. Simple driver and utility pack - which is nice - which I had no trouble loading and everything works smoothly. Not sure what others are saying about the USB type C, it works fine for me and the cable does not fall out. Nice to have the additional 4-pin for the CPU, if in the future I want to buy a 3950x and overclock. Certificate of reliability included which breaks down how the board meets MIL Specs for moisture, vibration, shock, solvents, solder, and temperature.

Weaknesses of the product

Bios is a little hard to navigate, but once you find where all the settings are it isn't bad. Unfortunately most of the CPU overclock settings are in the bios, and the AI suite 3 has limited features and functionality to control these settings, but you have the option of downloading AMD Ryzen Master Utility which does a great job of overclocking your CPU and Memory from within windows. Drivers are on a DVD included in the box, like most manufacturers. It would be nice if they put them on a USB drive, as most PC builds don't opt for an optical drive these days. As a result had to dig up my old LG Blu-ray burner. So far not much I can say that detracts from the strengths of this board.

Additional Comments

Overall great buy and highly recommend to those looking for a budget but leaning towards a mid priced PC build. System build: AMD Ryzen 5 3600, Western Digital Black NVMe 500GB, MSI WiFi 6 PCIE x1 Card, Thermaltake DDR4 3200Mhz (8x2) GB, Cooler Master Silencio S600 ATX Case, 500W Cooler Master PSU.

Best power stage out of all x570 mobos in price range

Submitted on Thursday, January 23, 2020
By Shawn
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

The VRMs are the best in price class. Hardware sata SSD raid was fairly straight forward to set up.

Weaknesses of the product

not much uses pcie 4.0 yet. usb-c port doesn't hold cables well due to IO shield adding gap.

Additional Comments

Paired with 3600X, GSkill TridentZ 32gb (2x16gb) 3600mhz and working superbly.

PRO

Submitted on Tuesday, January 21, 2020
By Techno
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

It works compared to other MB I tried, 100% Download the software drivers from AMD for chipset, and BiOS from ASUS, had no problems

Weaknesses of the product

None

Additional Comments

Only use drivers from manufacturers web sites for up to date drivers. You only have to unclip Norton's if you don't want to install it.

Quality components. Terrible software.

Submitted on Thursday, January 16, 2020
By Robert
From Edmonton

Strengths of the product

The board has quality written all over it when you bring it out of its sleeve Asus lighting effects are neat Easy to install

Weaknesses of the product

Software is garbage

Additional Comments

I guess in summary i spent 30 minutes assembling it and now 4 HOURS trying to install the software promised by the board. It keeps trying to force norton anti virus (trial) down my throat but wont let me install the utilities i do want. It includes a cd. A cd? My motherboard gigabyte 8 years ago had usb. And then it doesnt even include case screws? Very disappointed in a product recommended by memoryexpress
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