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Five ASUS X670E Motherboards – The Roundup!

Taking a quick look at the UEFI on the ROG STRIX X670E-F Gaming WiFi specifically, this is the same ASUS UEFI design that we have come to really appreciate.

The layout is clean and very user friendly, navigation is straightforward, and it is generally very easy to find the settings that one is logically looking for.

To be honest, it’s hard to put forward any major complaints on ASUS’ interface. If you want to mess with manual overclocking, you can. If you want to tweak ASUS’ semi-custom overclocking modes such as AI Tweaker Core Flex, you can do that too.

I would prefer if the CPU-based fan header could do proper 0 RPM mode via the written interface. But this is a relatively minor point for an otherwise superb UEFI implementation.

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