|Memory Speed||2400 MHz|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||5|
ASUS ROG Strix X470-F Gaming AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 DDR4 DP HDMI M.2 ATX Motherboard
|CPU Socket||Socket AM4|
|RAM Memory Technology||DDR4|
|Compatible Processors||AMD Athlon|
|Memory Speed||2400 MHz|
|Platform||Not Machine Specific|
|Memory Storage Capacity||64 GB|
|Graphics Card Interface||Integrated|
|Memory Slots Available||4.0|
|Number of Ports||17|
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- Powered by AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 and 7th generation Athlon processors to maximize connectivity and speed with dual NVMe M.2, front panel USB 3.1 Gen2 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, 2 RGB headers and one addressable RGB header
- Pre mounted I/O shield ensures streamlined installation and represents ROG's attention to detail and quality. ROG RAMCache II. 256 Megabytes Flash ROM. Operating System Windows 10 64 bit
- Industry leading 8 channel HD audio driven by Japanese capacitors features an onboard LED illuminated design
- Gamer’s Guardian: Pre-Mounted I/O Shield, ASUS SafeSlot and premium components for maximum endurance.
- Gaming audio: SupremeFX S1220A teams with Sonic Studio III to create an aural landscape that draws you deeper into the action.
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Republic of Gamers (ROG) is an ASUS sub-brand dedicated to creating one of the world’s best gaming hardware and software. Formed in 2006, ROG offers a complete line of innovative products known for performance and quality.
Experience next-level performance and personalization options with the ROG Strix X470-F Gaming, powered by AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 processors. Unlock full calibration and customization with 5-Way Optimization featuring Fan Xpert 4, Aura Sync RGB lighting and 3D printing mounts. Onboard dual NVMe M.2 and front-panel USB 3.1 Gen2 delivers maximum connectivity speeds.
- Powered by AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 and 7th generation Athlon processors
- 5-Way Optimization with Auto-Tuning and Fan Xpert 4
- Unmatched personalization with ASUS exclusive Aura Sync RGB lighting
- Pre-mounted I/O shield ensures streamlined installation
- 8-channel HD audio driven by Japanese capacitors
The distinctive sleek cuts across the ROG Strix heatsink are now accented with a futuristic cyber-text pattern, fusing multiple gaming cultures to create a unique identity for this generation. But it's not all about arresting looks: the all-new ROG Strix motherboards exude material excellence, with a high-quality metal heatsink that adds a satisfying premium touch.
Outshine the Competition
ROG Strix motherboards deliver sterling performance and superior aesthetics to Outshine the Competition. ASUS Aura offers full RGB lighting control with a variety of functional presets for the built-in RGB LEDs as well as strips connected to the onboard RGB header — and it can all be synced with an ever-growing portfolio of Aura-capable ASUS hardware.
AURA SYNC X PHILIPS HUE
Strix X470-F Gaming takes ASUS Aura into the home, with the all-new ability to synchronize effects with Philips Hue personal wireless lighting. Now you can control Hue light bulbs, strips and lamps from the intuitive Aura app. Create immersive illumination that extends beyond your rig — make the whole room part of your gaming experience.
ONE-CLICK OVERCLOCKING AND COOLING
Take care of complex tuning with just one click. ASUS 5-Way Optimization makes your PC smart by dynamically optimizing essential aspects of your system, providing overclocking and cooling profiles that are tailored for your rig. Fans stay whisper-quiet during everyday computing, and deliver optimal airflow when the system is crunching through CPU- or GPU-intensive tasks.
COOLER BY DESIGN
Strix X470-F Gaming gives you comprehensive control over fans, water pumps and all-in-one (AIO) coolers, via either Fan Expert 4 or our award-winning UEFI. Whether you're cooling with air or water, Auto-Tuning mode intelligently configures all.
ROG's SupremeFX audio technology delivers an exceptional 113dB signal-to-noise ratio on the line-in connection. We've also added a low-dropout regulator for cleaner power delivery to the SupremeFX S1220 codec, an ESS Sabre Hi-Fi ES9023P digital-to-analog converter for superior front-panel output, and a Texas Instruments RC4580 op amp for high gain with low distortion.
|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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Experience next level performance and personalization options with the ROG Strix X470 F Gaming, Powered by AMD Ryzen 2 AM4 processors. Unlock full calibration and customization With 5 Way Optimization featuring fan Xpert 4, aura Sync RGB lighting and 3D printing mounts. Onboard dual NVMe M. 2 and front panel USB 3. 1 Gen2 delivers maximum connectivity speeds.
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I ordered this board for a build that I finally completed late November 2019. Shortly after completing the build, the on-board RGB lighting, as well as both LED headers on the motherboard ceased to function completely. The rest of the board functioned fine - my computer was stable and ran fantastically. The problem is though I spent extra money on this board vs other boards which would function fine entirely because of the aesthetic capabilities of this mother board.
At this point I submitted a support ticket with Asus to get the board RMA'd. In between some bad timing around the holidays, then horrendously slow service from Asus (they had my motherboard for almost a month) It was early to mid Feburary before I had a replacement board.
This would have been fine, however the replacement board was a complete lemon. It repeatedly blue screened out of the box, and is in no way stable what so ever. I contacted Asus again, and it took multiple weeks for them to understand the issue was with the replacement board and not my original board, despite repeated clear and concise emails to them.
Near the beginning of March 2019 I finally had an Asus Rep inform me they could do an advanced replacement and would send me a new motherboard along with a shipping label to return the defunct board. Great! Accept then the rep informed they were out of stock and could not replace the board until it was back in stock.
It is now April 2019, I have been without a functioning desktop for going on 5 months, and Asus STILL does not have the board in stock. When I ask about a refund, they refuse and tell me to talk to Amazon, but I am well outside of Amazon's return window because of how long Asus has taken on this whole situation.
All told I've sent and received over 30 messages from Asus, had at least three phone calls, and I'm still without a functioning board. I will NEVER again buy another Asus product or recommend them to a friend, which is sad because I was a die hard Asus fan for over a decade - I've had three Asus motherboards and an Asus laptop that were all great, but this one experience has ruined them as a company for me.
I know people had problems with older bios but I din't experience any of that, I installed a Ryzen 7 2700X and I had no problems at all,my RAM is running at 3200 out of the box without overclocking, and just to be safe I did updated my BIOS to the latest release.
I have nothing negative to post about it at this moment, for some reason Cortana is not available but that seems to be a Microsoft problem since other people are experiencing the same problem after the latest windows 10 update.
Funny in my previous system I did a lot of research to disable Cortana, now that is nott working I'm doing research to find out why Cortana is not working and how to fix her lol
I upgraded to the Strix-F Gaming from the Crosshair Vii Hero (non wifi). My hopes were that 1. I didn't have to reinstall windows 10, just swap mobos and boot up, let the devices detect and get rollin. I did just that, didn't have to reinstall windows, everything was detected no problems and went on as if nothing happened. Note: I did do a fresh install just for my own peace of mind. 2. That my DRAM would be able to run at the timings they are supposed to run at. I was running my 3600mhz ram at 3200mhz with weird timings of 22-22-22-22-(##), could not change anything, latest bios of 2501 x64, it was a no-go on anything higher than 3200. installed my ram in this Strix-F and bam, 3600mhz @ 16-16-16-16-36 no problems. 3. That my Corsair AIO would be detected in iCUE, it was! On the CH7 Hero it would never be detected by the iCUE software, the cooler worked obviously but I had no control over anything, now I have full control which is great. I thought that since I was still plugging the usb cable into the usb 2 internal port that it still wouldn't be detected (researched revealed that plugging the unit into a usb 3 internal port fixed the non detection issue, but I didn't and don't have an extra internal usb 3 header available) But, it works now.
Overall I couldn't be happier about this mobo, it got me out of my problems with the CH7 Hero completely. It runs everything cool, it looks amazing as most ASUS boards do. For an x570 board it is right in the middle of the price range, 140$-700$ for new x570 boards...some being badly designed but still offering x570 and some being built with every feature in mind for every scenario. I think what I have found is the perfect point in the x570 offerings.
I recommend this board for anyone is spending in this price range and anyone wanting a future proof board at a reasonable price considering other options. I chose this over the MSI MPG x570, something about reading how the build quality wasn't what people expected had me rethink that option, and I am glad I did.
* You have to chain-load the RAID drivers during windows 10 setup (get them from the AMD website) in order to see your NVME RAID array
* Your NVME RAID 0 will get half the speed it should because of PCIE lane division on this piece of garbage motherboard
Also ASUS support is horrible, the agent I got couldn't communicate with me in English properly and completely failed to understand the issue I was having; they were also not empathetic to my situation at all.
Linux users - stay away from AMD if you want onboard RAID to work correctly.
This board can't run DDR4 at 3200MHz, it's only stable at 2666MHz out of the box. This is with auto timings/voltage and with keyed-in timings and voltage.
BIOS update didn't help at all.
Overall, I would not buy this product again. ASUS lets me down every other motherboard I buy; this is no exception.
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EDIT: La actualización en la Bios resuelve el problema del RGB que ahora responde como debe responder, se puede actualizar desde Internet sin necesidad de una memoria usb en las opciones de tools dentro de la Bios.
Al momento de la instalación quise cambiar el cable de usb 3.0 frontal, el protector que viene en la orilla de los pines se adhirió por completo al conector por lo que ahora los pines de dicha conexión no tienen protección además del conector mismo. No lo considero algo que afecte la puntuación ya que pudo ser cosa del case 400c que uso o error mio, pero vale la pena tomarlo en cuenta.
En cuanto a rendimiento, no hay mayor problema, la mobo soporta overclocking suficiente para alardear contra la Rog VII Hero dado su precio menor y su desempeño, honestamente no veo el uso del overclocking en este punto del gaming donde un 2700x y Gtx 1080 son más que suficientes para lo que hay en el mercado, pero los más entusiastas podrán diferir. Para aquellos que quieren llevar su procesador al límite les sugiero algo más "robusto".
Reviewed in Mexico on July 29, 2019
-It's a solid feature board.
-VRMs can easily power my 2700X running XFR and PBO
-They put a huge plastic IO shield over the VRM heatsink which traps the heat in and prevents airflow. It was actually causing overheating when the CPU was trying to run XFR OC. Removing the shield was easy enough, but the RGB lighting was inside the shield so, BYE BYE RGB!
-Way more expensive than equivalent quality boards from other brands.