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Old 07-07-19, 01:20 PM
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Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master Review



With any new product launch there are lots of new choices from the major vendors, and we're taking a look at the middle of the three Gigabyte Aorus motherboards, the Master.


Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master Review

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Gigabyte were making awful boards for a long while especially on AM3+ where users boards were popping, It's great to see them crawl back and I awarded them for there efforts by picking up this bad boy along with the 12 core
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I bought this one too, despite being an Asus fanboy for decades now. So far, I don't regret my decision yet. The RGBs are a bit dim on this one though, I can barely see the LEDs glowing under the IO shield. But if that's my only complaint, I can deal with that!
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TTL was right about these boards! What an epic fail from Asus posting BS temps.


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(I've posted this over in the news section also as it's relevant to both)

So, I reflashed my Gigabyte X570 Aorus Master to the newly released F7a Update AGESA 1.0.0.3 ABBA this morning; the following data was taken from a period of approximately seven and a half hours usage (both work and play) using HWiNFO64 v6.10-3880.

My 3900X now runs accordingly -

4,625MHz - Top core hits 4,625MHz
4,575MHz - Top 2 cores average 4,600MHz
4,550MHz
4,525MHz
4,500MHz
4,475MHz - Top 6 cores average 4,542MHz
4,400MHz
4,400MHz
4,375MHz
4,350MHz
4,350MHz
4,325MHz - Package average (all 12 cores) 4,454MHz

Yeah, I’d say I was happy with that.
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