|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
ASUS ROG Strix X370-F GAMING AMD Ryzen AM4 DDR4 HDMI DisplayPort M.2 ATX X370 Motherboard with USB 3.1
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|Processor Socket||Socket AM4|
|RAM Memory Size||DDR4|
|Compatible Processor Types||AMD Athlon|
|Series||ROG STRIX X370-F GAMING|
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- Powered by AMD Ryzen AM4, 7th generation Athlon and HD 2000 series processors to maximize connectivity and speed with NVMe M.2, front-panel USB 3.1 and Gigabit LAN
- 5-Way Optimization with Auto-Tuning and Fan Xpert 4 automatically tailors overclocking profiles to your unique build for maximum OC performance and dynamic system cooling
- Unmatched Personalization with ASUS exclusive AURA Sync RGB lighting, two additional RGB headers and a 3D-printing friendly design
- Dual Patent-pending SafeSlot features an injection molding process that integrates metal framing for a stronger, firmly anchored PCIe slot built for heavyweight GPUs
- Industry-leading 8-channel HD audio driven by Japanese capacitors features an onboard LED-illuminated design
- Gaming durability: ASUS SafeSlot and premium components for maximum durability
- Audio: Supports up to 32-Bit/192kHz playback
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ASUS is a Taiwan-based, multinational computer hardware and consumer electronics company that was established in 1989. Dedicated to creating products for today’s and tomorrow’s smart life,
ASUS became widely known in North America when it revolutionized the PC industry in 2007 with its Eee PC. The company is pioneering mobile trends with the ASUS ZenFone series, and it is rapidly developing virtual and augmented reality products as well as IOT devices and robotics technologies. Most recently, ASUS introduced Zenbo, a smart home robot designed to provide assistance, entertainment, and companionship to families.
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|CPU Socket||Socket AM4||Socket AM4||Socket AM4||Socket AM4|
|Item Dimensions||12.00 x 1.00 x 9.60 inches||12.00 x 1.00 x 9.60 inches||12.00 x 1.00 x 9.60 inches||12.00 x 1.00 x 9.60 inches|
|Item Weight||1.50 lbs||1.50 lbs||2.00 lbs||1.50 lbs|
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|RAM Memory Maximum Size||64 GB||—||64 GB||64 GB|
|RAM Memory Technology||DDR4||DDR4||DDR4||DDR4|
Experience next-level performance and personalization options with the ROG STRIX X370-F GAMING, powered by AMD Ryzen AM4 processors. Unlock full calibration and customization with 5-Way Optimization featuring Fan Xpert 4, AURA Sync RGB lighting and 3D printing mounts. Onboard NVMe M.2 and front-panel USB 3.1 delivers maximum connectivity speeds.
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This time I went with the trend of RGB and the board has a strip that compliments the rest of the build nicely. There’s 2 RGB headers on the board and the AURA software works like a charm to control all but one RGB part(the RAM fan is Corsair which requires its own software). The Coolermaster RGB fans are daisy chained and add a nice look to the PC, I thought only having 2 RGB headers would limit my options but a few splitters and I’m golden.
Overall this board is a beast for its price, there’s only a few boards I liked better but were much more expensive. I used the included CD to install the drivers since I didn’t have internet access initially, some reviewers have said that using older drivers would cause issues but it worked perfectly and I updated later.
Define R6 Black TG case
AMD Ryzen 1700x
EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 SC
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB)
Corsair H60 Liquid CPU Cooler
Samsung 960 EVO M.2 Internal SSD
Seagate Barracuda 2TB 7200rpm HDD
Thermaltake Smart Pro RGB 750W PSU
Corsair Dominator Platinum Airflow RGB LED memory Fan
XPG Storm RGB LED Cooling Heatsink for M.2 SSD
Cooler Master MasterFan Pro 140mm High Air Flow RGB Case Fan- 1 120mm Static Pressure fan on the H60 radiator
USB3.1, front and rear
Plenty of USB ports on rear
BIOS is very user friendly
2-way SLI and 3-way Crossfire support
M.2 SSD ready
VR ready- if you want to use VR make sure you GPU also supports it
3D Printer support- I’ll never use it but it’s a cool feature
1 USB 2.0 header, taken up by case I/O panel
Manual could be more specific in places but the necessary info is there
No WiFi, I don’t use WiFi on PC's but it’s a feature that should be on all boards nowadays imo
Wish there were more RGB headers but I’m not sure how many boards have more than 2
Overall I’d recommend this board to anyone, wether it’s for gaming, video editing, or just everyday use and you want to be future proofed. ASUS builds solid products and I’ve never had any problems with their boards in all the builds I’ve done for myself or friends/family.
This ASUS ROG Strix X370-F board was purchased for a Linux Mint system running primarily Blender, Lightworks, Matlab, and a host of development and productivity software (Python, PyCharm, TensorFlow, thinkorswim, etc.). I was looking for a decently reviewed board that supported 64G RAM and the Nvidia 2080 GPU).
Assembly was straightforward. It came with the necessary standoffs and connectors. A header adapter for the drive/power header would have been nice, but no big deal. After adding a Ryzen 2700X, 64G RAM, GPU and a PCI Wifi NIC, everything booted fine from a USB stick. I installed Mint 19.1, rebooted, and was met with a desktop. It took another few minutes to add the proper Nvidia drivers and it was ready. It was at this point that I updated the motherboard's BIOS via a USB stick.
In the past two weeks I put it through a stress test my rendering some example scenes in Blender, running a Tensorflow training set, and processing some video in LIghtworks. No issues whatsoever. Virtualbox and VMWare Player all worked fine. With a Kubernetes install going in a VM, I was able to setup a full 12 factor app stack and still have plenty of RAM available. So this is sort of baseline. If any of these failed it would be news.
What I did like was the ability to tweak the board to increase the speed. The 2700X doesn't have a ton of room to do so, but I was able to get about an 8% increase in some benchmarks by some minimal tweaks. I put it back to stock after this test though, as I'm more interested in stability than speed.
So all said, I'm happy with the board.
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Simplemente tomen en cuenta que no soporta procesadores Ryzen 2xxxhasta que le hagas el update al BIOS y para hacerlo necesitas arrancar tu sistema con un Ryzen 1xxx. Después de eso todo funciona con normalidad.
Le instalé 32GB @ 3200Hz sin problemas de esta RAM CMW16GX4M2C3200C16.
Recibe las actualizaciones de BIOS más lento que el CH6, pero sí lo actualizan.
Yo lo recomiendo más que la generación B450 ó incluso que un x470.
I don't konw if my board was faulty, but simple things like unplugging the USB sensors from the board would often cause total system failure, rebooting the system. It felt like some kind of voltage protection type crash. It's not my PSU as the same PSU functions just fine in my updated Intel build.
I'm certain a x2 sensor configuration would play friendly with this Strix board. But after the PCIE card issues, the system crashes (from unplugging USB), the onboard USB boards inability to provide adequate bandwidth for the sensors adds up to a disasterous experience which set me back a month of using my rift. Having to troubleshoot, research, RMA, test new hardware all while my VR sat in a box was not the exciting VR experience I envisioned jumping into.
Besides VR, the board ran smoothly and did everything else I expected. It saw my m.2 NVME drive, it looked pretty through my glass side panel. But yeah, be careful if you want to go all out on an Oculus setup as I did.