ASUS Republic of Gamers Announces Strix X370-F Gaming and Strix B350-F Gaming

Subject: Motherboards | June 2, 2017 - 06:20 PM |
Tagged: x370, Strix X370-F Gaming, Strix B350-F Gaming, ryzen, b350, asus, amd

ASUS just announced two new members of their Strix motherboard series for AMD's Ryzen, the Strix X370-F Gaming and Strix B350-F Gaming.

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The boards offer similar features, they support up to 64GB of DDR4-3200 in their four DIMM slots and offer ROG SupremeFX 8-Channel High Definition Audio CODEC S1220A with two headphone jacks.  You will find four USB 3.1 ports on the back panels along with HDMI 1.4b and DP 1.2 out and an Intel I211-AT powered gigabit NIC.  Storage options do vary, both have an M.2 slot however the X370 has twice as many SATA ports, eight to the B350's four. 

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The Strix X370-F Gaming

Depending on which model you choose you could have up to three PCIe 3.0 16x slots, one capped at 8x along with support for Crossfire and SLI.  The slots are branded as SafeSlots which are made using an injection molding process that integrates metal framing to support todays monstrous GPUs. 

Those who want their system to stand out can take advantage of the AURA Sync RGB lighting and 3D printer friendly heat shields to make their build unique.  You can compare the boards directly at ASUS and check out the PR just below.

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The Strix B350-F Gaming

Fremont, CA (June 2, 2017) -- — Since its release back in April, AMD’s Ryzen platform has quickly established itself as a viable option, delivering exemplary performance for daily computing and gaming. ASUS was ready for the early unveil, releasing an array of motherboards for value-packed PCs to models geared for high-end rigs. However, pressing demand for Ryzen-based systems shows a need for more options in the middle of the ASUS product stack. So today, we’re bolstering our portfolio with two new AM4 motherboards aimed squarely at gamers who wish to utilize Ryzen performance in their next PC build.

Based on the latest AMD X370 and B350 chipsets, the ATX-sized Strix X370-F and Strix B350-F include all the core ROG enhancements that make system setup a breeze, while offering performance that stands out from the crowd. To read more about these motherboards, please visit ASUS ROG. ROG B350-F Motherboard

ASUS ROG Strix X370-F Gaming and Strix B350-F Gaming Motherboards will be available in early June at leading resellers in North America.


Source: ASUS

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June 2, 2017 | 10:30 PM - Posted by pdjblum

the B350 version got an "exceptional" award from

the review is linked above

June 3, 2017 | 12:02 PM - Posted by Itselectric

Where are the high end SFF boards like mini-ITX and Micro-ATX? I don't see anything like the ROG Impact or Gigabyte Gaming for Ryzen. There are plenty of ATX options, but IMO, ATX is only necessary for very high end builds or servers, because I believe Mini-ITX for size and Micro-ATX for expansion would be enough for 98% of desktop users.

June 3, 2017 | 02:21 PM - Posted by Roverno

This this this this this! In world where you get sfx powersupplies that can power high end Overclocked cpu and dual gpu systems, and there is barely support for more than dual gpu systems, why do they still overcrowd the market with atx boards? Everything in PC design is heading in the direction of smaller, lighter, faster, and more efficient. Apart from motherboards it seems. Please Asus, deliver us a high end micro atx board!

June 3, 2017 | 02:42 PM - Posted by pdjblum

i second that

August 10, 2017 | 03:15 AM - Posted by Mutation666

3rd for the love of god x370/x399 mATX its been like 1/2 a year since launch and AMD still getting screwed on anything but ATX mobos. All b359 mobos with poor vrms and only x370 crap is actually b350 since they dont support sli/cf.

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