Best Str4 Motherboard

Best Str4 Motherboard – There not many thread rippers motherboards and allot have different types of problems and bugs which one is better to buy and why?

What problem have you gotten as I seeing allot bad reviews online stores?

I want to buy 2920x to stream animation rendering blender and play games as I want one that won’t break with a new bio update and use 64gb quad of ram.


I will update it to a water cooling full system as I want to have an m.2 970 pro for the window os and storage,gaming storage ssd 4tb or two ssd of 2tb raid0 and pci elgato 4k card capture and elgato cam link to use dsrl camera as a webcam too and Corsair Fan Controller Commander Pro.

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1.ASUS ROG Strix B550-F

Pros & Cons

Sitting second from the top of Asus’ B550 motherboards, the B550-F Gaming Wi-Fi includes 14-phase power delivery, 2.5 GbE LAN, integrated Wi-Fi 6 AX200, two M.2 slots (each with a heatsink), six SATA ports and premium audio, among other features.

In our testing, the B550-F Gaming Wi-Fi performed well, matching the other boards we’ve tested so far. We didn’t come across anything out of the ordinary during our stock runs. With optimized defaults set, the B550-F Gaming Wi-Fi had no issues boosting to the factory 4.6 GHz clock speed.

2.ASUS ROG Strix X570-E

Pros & Cons

Motherboard designers typically go for obvious choices: When AMD announced that its latest platform would support one NVMe M.2 drive from the CPU and up to 16 high-speed connections from the X570 PCH, it was obvious that most manufacturers would deploy twelve of those PCH lanes as a second and third M.2 interface plus a PCIe x4 slot.

Those designers were then left to figure out whether to use those final four lanes for SATA, USB3 or additional PCIe. And that’s where lane sharing that disables one interface to enable another begins. Asus took a different track in its ROG Strix X570-E Gaming: It has only two M.2 slots total.


Pros & Cons

As you would expect to find from any model bearing the Strix branding, the ASUS X399 Strix is bristling with features and connectivity options, the majority of which will be familiar to anyone who has kept a keen eye upon the latest AMD chipset. There is plenty of bandwidth options between USB 3.1, M.2 storage and the all important PCI Express lane count.

Audio is handled by the excellent SupremeFX and all its attendant technologies including Sonic Radar and Sonic studio. It’s easy to be dismissive of the Sonic Radar, but credit is definitely deserved by ASUS finding a solution for those who are hearing impaired.


Pros & Cons

Today we have our Gigabyte X299 AORUS Master motherboard review. This LGA2066 motherboard is designed to provide all of the features one needs for a high-end workstation of this class.

This includes USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports, Intel Optane Memory support, 4-Way SLI, a slew of PCIe and storage expansion options and Intel Core X Series Processors for high single core speed. Additionally, the platform supports comprehensive monitoring to round out notable features that help keep your system running cool and efficiently. In our review, we are going to show you the key features of the Gigabyte X299 AORUS Master.

As with many enthusiast motherboards, the box art is colorful; the Gigabyte X299 AORUS Master motherboard is no different. The AORUS Eagle graphic is displayed center with bright orange colors on a black/gray stylized background.

5.ASRock Socket TR4/ AMD

Pros & Cons

We’ve tested the other X399 motherboard offerings from ASRock, including full-size Taichi  and Fatal1ty models, in previous reviews and have seen comparable performance, overclocking, and feature sets across the product stack. The last ASRock Threadripper board to land on our test bench was the X399M Taichi. So when we received the box for the X399M we were at first perplexed about the board’s size.

On paper, X399 screams for extra memory modules, lots of PCIe cards, and loads of storage connectors to make a monster of a workstation or pro-sumer production rig.

But ASRock still manages to squeeze quite a bit into the 9.6 x 9.6-inches of board space here. First, let’s take a look at the specs.


Ryzen Threadripper is currently the best consumer platform for workstation computing and offers a range of core counts to choose from. Complimenting the Threadripper CPUs are the X399 motherboards, which are compatible with current and previous generation Threadripper platforms.