Subject: Motherboards | June 5, 2017 - 01:34 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: amd, ryzen, ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero, asus, x370
[H]ard|OCP have posted a review of ASUS new Ryzen board, the X370 ROG Crosshair VI Hero. The board offers AMD users a lot of choices, three PCIe 3.0 16x slots and three PCIe 2.0 1x slots for daughter cards, eight SATA 6Gbps port as well as an M.2 slot for those who have embraced the new storage form factor. On the back are an impressive dozen USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A ports, and two USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports, one Type-A and one Type-C. For testing they ran the DDR4 at 2133MHz during regular testing and at 2800MHz for overclocked testing, unfortunately it seems that we are returning to the days when you need to research RAM compatibility before you buy. That is nothing we haven't seen before, it simply means you should do a little research before you set up your system.
"It’s been years since we’ve reviewed an ASUS ROG offering that was designed for AMD CPUs. That’s not to say that those haven’t existed, those just weren’t worth a look as the AMD side of things has not been compelling for the better part of the last decade. Thanks to AMD Ryzen, we have a reason to take the ASUS Crosshair VI Hero for a test drive and tell you how it fared in the tumultuous sea of AM4 motherboards."
Here are some more Motherboard articles from around the web:
- ASRock X370 Taichi @ Hardware Secrets
- MSI B350M Mortar @ Kitguru
- ECS Durathon 2 Z270H4-I @ Modders-Inc
- BIOSTAR Z270GTN mITX @ Benchmark Reviews