|Memory Speed||2133 MHz|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||4|
ASUS Prime X470-Pro AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 DDR4 DP HDMI M.2 USB 3.1 ATX Motherboard
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- Powered by AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 and 7th generation Athlon processors to maximize connectivity and speed with NVMe M.2, front panel USB 3.1 Gen2 and Gigabit LAN
- 5 Way Optimization with auto tuning and Fan Xpert 4 delivers advanced fan controls with an integrated AIO pump header for dynamic cooling. Operating System Windows 10 64 bit, Windows 7 64 bit
- Patent pending Safe Slot features an injection molding process that integrates metal framing for a stronger, firmly anchored PCIe slot built for heavyweight GPUs
- Aura Sync RGB lighting features a nearly endless spectrum of colors with the ability to synchronize effects across an ever expanding ecosystem of AURA Sync enabled products
- Industry leading 8 channel HD audio with Realtek S1220 A codec delivers a warm, full sound
- Turbo App, providing better CPU performance, efficient power saving, precise digital power control, whole system cooling and even tailor your own app usages.
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ASUS Prime motherboards provide the solid foundation needed for your initial build, plus flexibility to grow with your ambitions. With essential ASUS design and engineering, you benefit from as automated system tuning, comprehensive cooling controls, and immersive onboard audio.
Powered by AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 processors, the ASUS Prime X470-Pro delivers customizable performance. 5-Way Optimization provides intelligent auto-tuning and dynamic fan calibration, while on-board dual NVMe M.2 and USB 3.1 Gen2 deliver maximum transfer speeds. Outshine the competition and personalize your build with Aura Sync RGB.
- Powered by AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 and 7th generation Athlon processors
- 5-Way Optimization with auto-tuning and Fan Xpert 4
- Patent-pending SafeSlot for a stronger, firmly anchored PCIe slot built for heavyweight GPUs
- Aura Sync RGB lighting features a nearly endless spectrum of colors
- 8-channel HD audio with Realtek S1220A codec
Awaken the true potential
Featuring an array of trace layout tweaks that improve memory stability, Prime X470-Pro provides a potent foundation for your build. With comprehensive support for the full gamut of Ryzen memory configurations – from entry-level to performance-oriented — Prime X470-Pro is a versatile all-rounder that can work or play.
Reliable cooling and stability
Prime X470-Pro features the most comprehensive cooling controls ever, configurable via Fan Xpert 4 or the UEFI BIOS. Each onboard header supports auto-detection of PWM or DC fans.
Outshine the competition
Prime X470-Pro features ASUS Aura RGB for illumination that's aesthetic or informative. ASUS Aura software offers control over hundreds of colors and dozens of effects. Use it to control built-in LEDs or LED strips and other Aura Sync-compatible gear connected to the onboard headers.
Keep your SSD cooler
Prime X470-Pro has an ultra-efficient heatsink to reduce M.2 SSD temperatures by up to 20°C — and that means optimal storage performance and improved SSD longevity.
Manufactured in a single step using a new insert-molding process, SafeSlot integrates the slot with fortifying metal for an inherently stronger slot, which is then firmly anchored to the PCB through additional solder points.
With x4 PCI Express 3.0/2.0 bandwidth, M.2 supports up to 32Gbps data-transfer speeds. Prime X470-Pro's front panel USB 3.1 Gen 2 connector is ready for next-gen PC cases and devices. Lastly, with backward-compatible USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A, you'll experience blazing data-transfer speeds of up to 10Gbps.
|ROG Crosshair VII Hero (Wi-Fi)||ROG Crosshair VII Hero||ROG Strix X470-F Gaming||ROG Strix X470-I Gaming||Prime X470-Pro||TUF X470-Plus Gaming|
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 and 7th generation Athlon processors||AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 and 7th generation Athlon processors||AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 and 7th generation Athlon processors||AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 and 7th generation Athlon processors||AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 and 7th generation Athlon processors||AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 and 7th generation Athlon processors|
|Chipset||AMD X470 Chipset||AMD X470 Chipset||AMD X470 Chipset||AMD X470 Chipset||AMD X470 Chipset||AMD X470 Chipset|
|Memory||4 x DIMM; Max. 64GB DDR4; 3466+ MHz (O.C.)||4 x DIMM; Max. 64GB DDR4; 3466+ MHz (O.C.)||4 x DIMM; Max. 64GB DDR4; 3466+ MHz (O.C.)||2 x DIMM; Max. 32GB DDR4; 3466 MHz (O.C.)||4 x DIMM; Max. 64GB DDR4; 3466+ MHz (O.C.)||4 x DIMM; Max. 64GB DDR4; 3200 MHz (O.C.)|
|PCIe x16 Slots||2 x PCIe 3.0 x16 slots (@ x16 or x8/x8) 1 x PCIe 2.0 x 16 slots (max. @x4)||2 x PCIe 3.0 x16 slots (@ x16 or @ x8/x8) 1 x PCIe 2.0 x 16 slots (max. @x4)||1x 22110 (PCIE 3.0 x 4 and SATA modes) 1 x 2280 (PCIE 3.0 x 2 and SATA modes)||1 x PCIe 3.0 x16 slot||2 x PCIe 3.0 x16 (@x16 or @x8/x8) 1 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (max. @x4)||1 x PCIe 3.0 x16 (@x16 or @x8 ) 1 x PCIe 2.0 x16 (max. @x4)|
|Audio||SupremeFX S1220||SupremeFX S1220||SupremeFX S1220||SupremeFX S1220||Realtek S1220A||Realtek ALC887|
|32Gb/s M.2||1x 22110 (PCIE 3.0 x 4 and SATA modes) 1 x 2280 (PCIE 3.0 x 4)||1x 22110 (PCIE 3.0 x 4 and SATA modes) 1 x 2280 (PCIE 3.0 x 4)||1x 22110 (PCIE 3.0 x 4 and SATA modes) 1 x 2280 (PCIE 3.0 x 2 and SATA modes)||1 x 2280 (PCIE 3.0 x 4 and SATA modes) 1 x 2280 (PCIE 3.0 x 4 mode)||1x 22110 (PCIE 3.0 x 4 and SATA modes) 1 x 2280 (PCIE 3.0 x 2 and SATA modes)||1x 22110 (PCIE 3.0 x 4 and SATA modes) 1 x 2280 (PCIE 3.0 x 2 and SATA modes)|
|Wireless||2x2 Wi-Fi with MU-MIMO 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac||N/A||N/A||2x2 Wi-Fi with MU-MIMO 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac||N/A||N/A|
|Form Factor||ATX||ATX||ATX||Mini ITX||ATX||ATX|
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|CPU Socket||Socket AM4||Socket TR4||Socket AM4||Socket AM4|
|Item Dimensions||12.00 x 2.80 x 9.60 inches||12.00 x 9.60 x 1.50 inches||13.31 x 10.74 x 2.68 inches||12.00 x 9.60 x 2.00 inches|
|Item Weight||2.29 lbs||2.90 lbs||2.20 lbs||3.30 lbs|
|Memory Slots Available||4.0||4.0||4||4|
|RAM Memory Technology||DDR4||DDR4||DIMM||DDR4|
|Total SATA Ports||6||—||—||—|
Powered by AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 processors, the ASUS Prime X470 Pro delivers customizable performance. 5 Way Optimization provides intelligent auto tuning and dynamic fan calibration, while on board dual NVMe M.2 and USB 3.1 Gen2 deliver maximum transfer speeds. Outshine the competition and personalize your build with Aura Sync RGB. Manageability WOL by PME, PXE
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My previous system was a i5 6600K @4.7Ghz, awesome build for just gaming.
Anyways, after assembling the system and powering it on for the very first time, monitor did not show anything. The system had power and all the fancy LED lights and fans were on. So what I did was swap my RAMs from A1 B1 to A2 and B2. Then the system boosted just fine! At first I thought the lastest BIOS update would fix it. But even after the latest BIOS update the system doesn't post if I install the RAMs in A1 and B1. After you move the Ram sticks to A2B2 you might want to take out the battery, disconnect the power cord and reset the CMOS by sorting the two pins.
Coming from the Intel platform I must say, the BIOS is a bit different on Ryzen. On the Skylake, I only had to adjust vcore for CPU voltage. But in Ryzen it seems there's a second voltage to look out for, SoC voltage. I manually set my voltage to 1.375 but HWinfo has shown the max it hit as 1.5v so I guess I need some more tweaking to do.
I'm using a really old Crucial 2400Mhz cl16 Ram which I bought when Intel Skylake first came out. I was able to OC it to 2700Mhz with the Intel system but couldn't do it on the Ryzen, just didn't post. Hopefully later if the Ram prices drop I would upgrade it to 3200mh c14 Ram.
After setting up the drivers I had Windows update running in background and I thought of testing out AC Origins on this system. I was gaming for a about 5 mins and notice that all fans including the CPU fan had stopped for whatever reason. And because of this the CPU temp was well over 90 degrees, so I powered it down and let it cool. After fully updating windows, I tested the game again and everything was good!
I'm going to install Adobe apps and will update more info soon.
One of most annoying issues I got is that Asus AI suite, CPU-Z and HWinfo shows completely different vcore and CPU speed readings. So I have no idea which one is right. I have yet to install Ryzen master.
Oh and right now I'm using the stock cooler that came with the 2700X and idle temps at at 43 celcius ambient at being around 24. Have to use this cooler until I get the AM4 mounts for my NH-D15.
I got the mounting kit for my Noctua NH-D15 and now my system idles at 30 celcius while being OC'ed to 4.22Ghz at 1.4v in BIOS! Huge thermal headroom compared to the stock cooler. When all cores are stressed to 100% it peaks at 60 degress! With stock cooler when stressed without OC it goes into 80s.
UPDATE 29-May-2018 OVERCLOCKING:
When i first got the CPU i found that 1.425v in BIOS with LLC on Auto gave me a rock solid 4.2Ghz OC. But then I kept seeing this strange vcore changes. At idle, the vcore stays around 1.4v to1.412v. But when I stress the CPU with any intensive task, the vcore drops and stays around 1.362v! That was weird. Less vcore with stress and more vcore when idle. lol
So what I did was after a couple of tests, I manually set my vcore in BIOS to 1.387v and LLC to 5 and now the system always at this vcore even when stressed to 100% and even in idle! NICE. I found that LLC5 was needed to keep my vcore there. When i set the LLC to 4, the vcore drops down from 1.387v to 1.362v when stressed and causes Prime95 to crash. With LLC5 it stays at 1.387v when stressed with Prime95 and I didn't even had to raise the vcore!
So in short, please don't leave the vcore and LLC on Auto. When you OC please set your LLC too.
Updated: June 4
I just found out that this Mobo doesn't support bclk overclocking. There's no option for this. Asus wants you to buy the more expensive Crosshair version of you want that feature. Bummer!
Also the PBO doesn't work with this Mobo. I have my CPU at lower that 50 degrees and in non of the games does it boost to 4.3Ghz. Not even 4.2Ghz while gaming. If you want an awesome board with external clock generator and 10+2 pahse power with all OC features, go the the ASrock Taichi. Cheaper than Asus CH boards.
I really wanted to like this MOBO. The MOBO looks beautiful and RGB lighting is nice. BIOS is user friendly. It comes in 2 modes Ezmode and advance mode. The Ezmode give you the options to load Asus optimizations profiles for your system and the DOCP (Intel XMP ram profile) option is also available. Advance Mode give you a more detail options for overclocks.
With that being said, I encounter several issues. First one, as soon as I open the box I notice a oily finger print on the MOBO. Which made me suspect that I received a used one and not a new one. The second one, for some reason Boot list wouldn't display my SSD even thou it should as an attached storage. I had to manually select the SSD for Windows to boot. I updated the BIOS to the lastest filmware but still had the issue. After several tries I ended up doing a clean install of Windows. Third issue, Windows began to hang or freeze at random times. Check the RAM and and 1 of the sticks was faulty (but that for another review). Removed the faulty RAM and updated all drivers but still had the issues. After a Google search, I tried several tweaks recommendations on the MOBO . That seems to helped a bit for a while.
By the 3rd day the hangs and freezes became more and more annoying. I deceived to turned everything to default on the MOBO and do another clean install on a different SSD. Same issues, but this time also expirience random crashes. At that point I just gave up on this MOBO and request a return.
I deceived to upgrade to the Asus ROG Crosshair VII Hero x470 MOBO. Everything was a breeze. I spend about 6 hours doing stress tests and gaming and didn't expirience any issues like I did with this MOBO.
I had previously good expirience with ASUS products but I will not recommend this MOBO for the 2700x. Maybe for the R5 2600 or lower CPU.
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This motherboard is killing my CPU with all these random overheats, and as soon as I can afford to, I'll be replacing it.
As a side note, it's also incapable of running my RAM at the advertised speed of 3466, even after tweaking voltages and other timings. This issue is minor in comparison to all fans shutting down randomly though.
And the bios time of this thing takes ages. Literally 20-25 seconds with my 5 USB/SATA devices connected on Fast Boot, while most board can handle it within 15 seconds.
Besides that, the aesthetic aspect of this board is decent. RGB looks dramatic, able to handle heavy OC just fine (I tested 4.2 GHz on AIO liquid cooler, Not sure if OC with liquid N2). However, I have no idea if this product really worth the current pricing. It depends on whether you want to just use Asus's great Bios or you are fine with other brands's.
*DO NOT get this as your FIRST AM4 motherboard as you can't tell what has gone wrong!!!
It has built-in performance bias (Helps with benchmark scores and heavy threaded performance increase in rendering as well.) Example. CB15 Cinebench 15 in other words, will see a massive bump in score performance when gentle or extreme is used. Aida/Geekbench does it's own thing, messes with CPU cache and whatnot. Do your research if you want to know more. Bottom line is, it has a lot to offer for the price. And it can handle extreme overclocking like a champ.
The ram will also work instantly with docp as long as it is tested and confirmed by the manufacturer. However, not always necessary, I personally had Gskill that wasn't in their QVL, and guess what? Worked instantly at 3600MHZ one click.
Worth every single cent. if you are buying a board for the current Ryzen lineup, and hate the idea of an extra unnecessary and possibly bad idea fan on the X570's chipset. Then this is the board for you.
I'm not the type to write reviews, this was an exception in like a decade of purchases on and off. I simply feel the need to share my joy with other fellow gamers out there is all. This is a board worth buying.
if you need to fit more than just a graphics card on your rig, great mobo with a good amount of expandability! no problems with booting with 16gb/3200mhz ram out of the box (cpu will only use that speed if over clocked). Make sure you get the updates on asus's website for best performance and stability!! don't bother with the CD they get outdated super quick