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Five ASUS X670E Motherboards – The Roundup!

Hopefully this article has been an interesting overview of a handful of ASUS’ X670E motherboard options spanning quite a diverse price range.

The ASUS ROG STRIX X670E-F Gaming WiFi motherboard that we tested performed well. The VRM solution looks to be very strong, and operating temperatures were pleasing.

Performance out of the box was good, too. And this is thanks in large to ASUS’ UEFI that makes it easy for even novice users to apply EXPO and set a sensible fan curve.

I like ASUS’ PBO Enhanced Temperature Target Mode. Of course, you can use the temperature target mode on other AM5 motherboards by running through the AMD Common BIOS Settings or PBO UEFI options.

But it is undeniable that ASUS’ approach is very clean and easy to deal with. Plus, the fact that some actual CPU configuration tweaking beyond temperature targets has taken place is a positive. As this mode often delivers increased performance even whilst running our test 7950X at a relatively low – 90C – operating point.

There’s plenty of competition in the current AM5 market, and all of the boards seem to cost a hefty penny. But I did enjoy working with the roughly £420 ROG STRIX X670E-F Gaming WiFi. This is a well-designed motherboard that delivers stellar performance.

The other option that caught my eye was the ASUS PRIME X670E-Pro WiFi.

Priced somewhere in the range of £360 at some e-tailers currently. This looks to be a sensible entry point onto the X670E chipset from a motherboard with competent core hardware and some nice value-added features. So, I think that this is one product to keep an eye on.

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KitGuru says: Interested in a new X670 board – would you consider any of these options from ASUS?

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