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Why I Like The Aorus Master Motherboard

Why I Like The Aorus Master Motherboard

Topic: Motherboards

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A motherboard that's abundantly rich in features is always the best option for any system builder. Precisely what have with the X570 Aorus Master motherboard. Not only is it rich in features, but its also structurally designed to withstand the weight of most high-end video cards. Offering extensive DDR4 memory support and have a bevy of connectivity options.


Based on the X570 chipset the Aorus Master Motherboard is explicitly made for AMD's latest Ryzen 3000 processor. In examining the AM4 socket motherboard in-depth, there is a support of up to 128GB of memory. Featuring USB 3.2 gen 2, and a ultra triple fast NVMe protocol 1.3 based M.2 support over PCI-EXpress Gen 4.0, and also you have support for generic PCI-Express 4.0 mechanical slots.

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The most significant selling point on the X570 motherboard is that it offers plenty of connectivity options. There are two LAN ports, one 10/100/1000 Mbit and one Realtek 10/100/100 Mbit as well as 802.11ax WiFi and Bluetooth. Throw in also a Smart Fan featuring Multiple Temperature Sensors, Hybrid Fan Headers with FAN Stop and Noise detection.

The Aorus Master has the potential to be a high performing piece of hardware. It has everything you can ask for in a high-quality motherboard. It has a boatload of features, overkill in the right way. There are several selling points with this system board, making it my choice as being one of the best motherboards on the consumer market.






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