Last Updated on November 17, 2022 by admin
Best Motherboards for Threadripper 1950x – We hope to see more motherboard availability over the next few months. Also, support for the newer Threadripper CPU’s such as 1900 would be added shortly. A simple BIOS flash should do the trick.
We hope you like our article on the best X399 Motherboards for AMD Threadripper CPUs. For any questions or suggestions, drop us a comment below. Cheers!
1.ASRock Socket TR4
Despite its surprising combination of a compact Micro-ATX form factor and well-established powerhouse X399 chipset, the ASRock X399M (currently on Newegg, with an extra rebate to sweeten the deal) delivers spot-on performance in line with larger boards.
And there’s plenty of potential for overclocking if that’s your thing. However, those looking for the monster Threadripper build experience with loads of graphics cards and high-speed storage should look elsewhere.\
It has been over a year after the introduction of the Ryzen Threadripper processor and still the available compatible motherboards number around a dozen. ASRock is the company that offers the largest number of AMD X399 motherboards and they are merely three.
It is the ASRock X399 Taichi that we will be having a look at today. The ATX version of the Taichi is the most affordable AMD X399 motherboard available at the time of this review, retailing for .
Although the retail price of the ASRock X399 Taichi is nearly lower than the second least expensive X399 motherboard we reviewed to this date, the specifications of the motherboard remain impressive. We are having a closer look at the motherboard and identify how ASRock managed to achieve this low price and what the X399 Taichi is missing compared to the competition.
3.ASRock B450M PRO4
Back at the end of July, following on from the X470 chipset, AMD launched their B450 motherboard lineup, offering a more budget-friendly entry point to the AMD Ryzen processors. ASRock were quick off the mark, releasing several new motherboards to cater for different criteria; today we look at the AS Rock B450M Pro4 motherboard.
The B450 chipset is designed to offer a better bang-for-your-buck ratio than the X470 by cutting some non-essential features while still providing a solid base for your Ryzen 2nd Gen CPU.
ASRock have retained a pair of M.2 ports, a pair of PCI-E x16 slots, as well as a x1 slot. We also see four SATA 6Gbps and four DDR4 DIMM slots, ensuring the essentials are catered for. All of that is crammed into a smaller mATX form factor, but considering the low pricepoint, things look incredibly promising.
This ATX-form-factor AM4 motherboard follows in the tradition of Asrock’s prior Extreme4 products for gamers and overclockers. It targets the space between high-end and midrange X570 motherboards, with a feature set that veers toward the former while costing much less than an elite tweaker board.
Will it seduce you away from a flagship motherboard? Most shoppers will find the X570 Extreme4 a healthy balance, and the savings might let you buy that extra 16GB RAM kit, or step up your graphics card or Ryzen CPU, versus investing in a much pricier “overclocker special.”
In addition to the usual black PCB, this motherboard features blue and grey highlights on the board that distinguish it from the swarm of black motherboards on the market nowadays.
5.ASUS ROG STRIX X399-E
ASUS’s STRIX line of products is one of the most popular choices among gamers for bringing strong gaming oriented features and aesthetics to an affordable mid-range price point. ASUS now brings that along to the big end of the AMD Ryzen ecosystem, known officially as Threadripper, in the form of the ASUS ROG STRIX X399-E Gaming Motherboard.
Packing AMD’s first HEDT (High-End Desktop) X399 Enthusiast Class chipset, It supports quad SLI and Crossfire graphics, NVMe SSD’s, USB 3.1 Gen 2, More PCIe Lanes than any other consumer platform and all of AMD’s fully unlocked TR4 Based Threadripper CPU’s in an attractive, neutral, gray and black color scheme. Should the STRIX X399-E power your next Mega-multitasking & gaming build? Let’s check it out and find out!
With the initial release of AMD Ryzen’s three processor family, a.k.a the 1800x, 1700x and 1700, AMD was able to get everyone excited. Now with the latest Threadripper CPU’s based on 2 Zen CPU modules, AMD can push the boundary even further. AMD and Intel started the battle of the highest CPU clock frequency in the early 2000’s. Now, undoubtedly, we are in the era where AMD and Intel are once again battling it out with CPU core counts.