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ASUS TUF GAMING X570-PLUS Review

WEB: ASUS MSRP: US $193.22 | ZAR 3,999 | AUTHOR: Neo

X570 Plus

I think it’s safe to say that X570 boards have gone from interesting to incredible since their introduction in 2019. We went from the chipset fans being an issue, to something we rarely if ever talk about anymore. Now, in 2020 (yes, I know, the X570-Plus is from 2019) we even have refined offerings like the TUF-Gaming X570-Plus for the entry-level and budget space. In that same period, AGESA updates have improved compatibility and performance, making the whole experience that much better .

GIGABYTE Introduces AORUS RGB MEMORY 16GB 3600MHz

VENDOR: Gigabyte WEB: www.gigabyte.com

GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, today announced the launch of AORUS RGB MEMORY 16GB 3600MHz. The all new AORUS RGB MEMORY 16GB 3600MHz kit features a DDR4 XMP 3600 16GB (8GB*2) design. Users pairing the new AORUS RGB Memory with select GIGABYTE motherboards will be able to use the AORUS Memory Boost to accelerate DDR4 speeds to 3733MHz for superior memory performance.

TheOverclocker Presents – X570 AORUS MASTER

WEB: GIGABYTE MSRP: US $359.99| AUTHOR: TheOverclocker

Welcome to the 1st edition of TheOverclocker Presents series. In this issue, we take a detailed look at the X570 Aorus Master from GIGABYTE. Featuring the latest 12-phase direct VRM controller from Infineon, the Aorus Master packs a punch in power delivery, features and of course performance. Read more to find out.

AMD Ryzen 7 3800X Review

WEB: AMD MSRP: US $399.99 | ZAR 7,499 | AUTHOR: Neo

 

Hard to believe it’s been almost four months since AMD announced the AMD Ryzen 3000 series. In that time, this platform has undergone quiet a few changes, all for the better I might add. All of the firmware updates from AMD and motherboard vendor side have improved mainly in increased compatibility and adding high speed DRAM support. As it stands, the Ryzen 7 3800X is a better CPU today than it was at launch. What follows is what you may expect out of a Ryzen 7 3800X in everyday use, gaming and in productivity right now.