ASUS ROG Strix X570-E Gaming Preview

Lighting & Video

ASUS ROG Strix X570-E Gaming Preview

Lighting

Like all of the recent ASUS ROG models the Strix X570-E has a wide range of lighting options in addition to the now standard RGB LED Strip headers.

When you've finished having a look at the pictures and the video at the bottom of the page, let us know your thoughts on the ASUS ROG Strix X570-E Gaming in our OC3D Forums.

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Most Recent Comments

27-06-2019, 12:14:44

WYP
I wonder how much this will end up costing.Quote

27-06-2019, 15:14:17

Greenback
Is it just my imagination, or is there less lighting on this generation of boards?

Thanks for the work your putting in to these previews Tom, got to say so far there hasn't been any that i'd take off the list of boards to have they've all been nice lookingQuote

27-06-2019, 16:56:08

realneil
I haven't had any issues with my ASUS boards for years. This looks just like I want it.Quote

27-06-2019, 17:05:22

Gothmoth
i have seen a noise test of a MSI board today and the chipset coolers are my main concern.

they seem to be loud. even on a semi passiv MSI x570.
at least too loud for my taste.

i have systems i put a lot of work and money in to make them unnoticable under low load.

motherboard makers say the fans will be "mostly" unnoticable beside the CPU, case and GPU fans.
thing is, my systems are not 0815 systems. they are silent systems.

also the chipset doesn´t need to be under heavy load for the fans to turn.
basic workloads turn the fan on the MSI board on.



i fear the x570 boards are nothing for me.

i woud love asus to make a realy fanless x570 like gigabyte does.


from what i have seen and heard today i predict a poopstorm when the customer have the first x570 boards in hand. i really hope asus can do better.Quote

27-06-2019, 18:51:56

Avet
Quote:
Originally Posted by realneil View Post
I haven't had any issues with my ASUS boards for years. This looks just like I want it.
ASUS is rock solid for years. I just think they have been slacking with STRIX and lower priced boards. In that price range I would recommend others. Proper ROG boards are still on the top.Quote
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