ASUS Crosshair VI Hero AM4 Motherboard Review

Geekbench, Realbench, Userbench

ASUS X370 Crosshair VI Hero Review

There is always little to choose between the stock motherboards in our xbench triumvirate, and the Crosshair VI Hero is no exception. However, the overclock once again shows what excellent performance you can expect if you spend a little time extracting the most from your setup.

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ASUS X370 Crosshair VI Hero Review

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ASUS X370 Crosshair VI Hero Review

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ASUS X370 Crosshair VI Hero Review

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10-03-2017, 15:17:45

NeverBackDown
Great review as always!

I am really surprised how close the Gigabyte board is. A run for it's money the entire time yet cost much much less. I'd still probably get the Crosshair only because it has endless USB ports and I always seem to run out of those nowQuote

10-03-2017, 15:20:21

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Great review as always!

I am really surprised how close the Gigabyte board is. A run for it's money the entire time yet cost much much less. I'd still probably get the Crosshair only because it has endless USB ports and I always seem to run out of those now

Buy a USB3 hub.....Quote

10-03-2017, 15:31:28

NeverBackDown
I could, but I would rather not have a big hub. Cheaper to just switch out what I need.
Plus for the prices they charge me, I could upgrade from the GB board to the Corsshair for barely more and still end up with more USB ports. Quote

10-03-2017, 15:56:49

socko1965
The Gigabyte X370 Gaming K7 board is due out today. The K5 is not the board to compare to the Crosshair VI.Quote

10-03-2017, 16:31:03

Sacco Belmonte
I wrote you in Youtube but decided to subscribe here too.

I really like your reviews.

I wonder how 64gb kits behave in general. Almost no reviewer tested that.

Can you try a Corsair LED 64gb kit in the PRIME PRO? That's the board and RAM I'm getting and I do need it as I run a music composition studio and use huge orchestral libraries.

Thank you!Quote
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