Best x570 Motherboards Under 200

Best x570 Motherboards Under 200 – Out of all four boards, the only one that is difficult to recommend is the MSI MPG Gaming Edge WiFi due to its very terrible performance in the Hardware Unboxed video. Perhaps he received a bad board, so keep an eye out for other reviews, but without any other evidence, consider which processor you will use and if you plan on overclocking before purchasing.

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For pure performance, the Gigabyte Aorus Elite and ASUS TUF Gaming Plus offer the best bang for your buck. Both have great VRMs and will allow for overclocking of almost any Ryzen 3000 processor (pending reviews of the 3950x when released).

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The choice depends on your needs so be sure to take a look at the full specifications of each board, and if you want to read more, check out the helpful Hardware Unboxed video or our other guides here on PremiumBuilds.com.

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1.ASUS AM4 TUF

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2.ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII

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3.ASUS ROG Strix B550-A

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4.GIGABYTE X570 AORUS Elite

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5.Gigabyte B550 AORUS

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6.MSI MPG X570

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7.MSI MPG EDGE Motherboard

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8.MSI MAG B550 TOMAHAWK

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9.MSI Pro AMD

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10.Asus Prime X570-Pro

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Best x570 Motherboards Under 200 – BUYER’S GUIDE

There aren’t many differences between X570 and B550 boards. First of all, while all X570 and B550 boards come with the PCIe 4.0 standard, X570 boards have more PCIe 4.0 lanes. This allows them to run more than one PCIe 4.0 x4 SSD and to have multiple PCIe x16 slots. While PCIe 4.0 SSDs are pretty fast they are also pretty expensive and most users probably won’t need more than one. And when it comes to multiple PCIe 4.0 x16 slots well, SLI and Crossfire are basically dead so you don’t really need that feature.

Many B550 boards come with faster LAN ports (2.5Gb LAN) than most budget X570 boards (1Gb LAN). Finally, you’ll get about the same number of ports on a budget X570 and most B550 boards. So, pick a budget X570 board if you plan on running more than one PCIe 4.0 SSD. Otherwise, mid-range B550 boards, which sell for about the same price, are a better choice.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Which X570 Motherboard is Right for You?

The X570 chipset is currently AMDs premium motherboard chipset. However, there are a large variety of options within the X570 chipset. There are extreme overclocking monsters, small form-factor options, solid price-to-performance choices, and budget-friendly picks as well.

So, in this guide, we’ve presented you with a number of the best X570 motherboards across a few different categories. Check out our recommendations above and hopefully one of the options we have listed will work for you.

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But for those looking to gain access to the newest generation tech like PCIe 4.0 or to have out-of-the-box compatibility with Ryzen 3000 processors, the x570 boards are the only option currently on the market. So for those looking to build a mid-level PC using new technology, the $200 price point is the sweet spot, with some killer x570 boards available that will provide a sweet feature list and strong VRMs for anyone looking to overclock and gain some additional performance.

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