Asus TUF Gaming X570-Plus Wifi AM4 X570 Chipset Mother board
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- motherboard with PCIe 4.0
- Enhanced Power Solution
- Dual PCIe 4.0 M.2 and USB 3.2 Gen 2
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Enhanced power solution: military-grade TUF components, ProCool socket and Digi+ VRM for maximum durability. Comprehensive Cooling: Active PCH heatsink, VRM heatsink, M. 2 heatsink, hybrid fan headers and Fan Xpert. Gaming Networking: Exclusive Realtek L8200A Gigabit Ethernet, Intel 2x2 802. 11ac Wi-Fi with MU-MIMO support, Bluetooth 5. 0, TUF LANGuard and technology.
ASUS AM4 TUF Gaming X570-Plus (Wi-Fi) ATX Motherboard with PCIe 4.0, Dual M.2, 12+2 with Dr. MOS Power Stage, HDMI, DP, SATA 6Gb/s
TUF Gaming X570-Plus distills the essential elements of the latest AMD platform and combines them with game-ready features and proven durability. Engineered with military-grade components, upgraded power solutions and a comprehensive set of cooling options, these motherboards deliver rock-solid performance with unwavering gaming stability.
When you build with a TUF Gaming motherboard, you also benefit from the TUF Gaming Alliance — an ASUS collaboration with industry partners that ensures easier building and complementary aesthetics from components to case.
- AMD AM4 Socket: Ready for 2nd and 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen processors
- Enhanced Power Solution: 12+2 Dr. MOS power stages, 6-layer PCB, ProCool sockets, military-grade TUF components, and Digi+ VRM for maximum durability
- Comprehensive Cooling: Active chipset heatsink, VRM heatsink, M.2 heatsink, hybrid fan headers and Fan Xpert 4
- Next-Gen Connectivity: Dual PCIe 4.0 M.2, USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports, exclusive Realtek L8200A Gigabit Ethernet, TUF LANGuard and TurboLAN technology
- Realtek S1200A Codec: Pristine audio quality with unprecedented 108dB signal-to-noise ratio for stereo line-out and 103dB SNR for line-in
- Aura Sync RGB: Synchronize LED lighting with a vast portfolio of compatible PC gear, including addressable RGB strips
- TUF Gaming Alliance: ASUS hardware ecosystem ensures the best compatibility and complementary aesthetics from components to case
With upgraded power delivery and comprehensive cooling options to fuel AMD's latest CPUs, plus support for faster memory and storage, TUF Gaming X570-Plus is the perfect foundation for your next high-core-count AMD battle rig.
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The ASUS TUF Gaming X570-plus wifi board was about to boot flawlessly into my windows installer after i installed all the components: 3700x, RTX2060 Super, Vengeance 2X32gb 2666hz C16 Rams, Adata sx8200 1tb, Corsair MP510 1tb, 2x WD Red Pro 4TB.
Installed windows without needing to disable wifi or bluetooth as other reviews alluded to! LED lights are really as well. That was my only concern, but I'm glad it wasnt something I had to deal with. The Asus Armory was really useful and I could update all the drivers in one click through the Armory. Was promted to install the Armory automatically.
Overall, very pleased with the board, it was a hassle free set up and installation. Highly recommend for anyone considering a budget friendly x570 board.
The windows installation will reach the stage of "Getting Drivers", and thereafter boom! you will get the Blue Screen of Death "BUGCODE NDIS DRIVER" error message. From there u need to reinstall windows again.
If you had followed my advice to download the intel driver before hand, you can reinstall windows as per normal and select "custom" install. At the stage of choosing the default drive, click "load drivers" at the bottom of screen. Navigate to your unzipped Intel driver folder in your thumbdrive, and navigate till u find the "WinT" folder.
Then select the Intel 9260 driver from the list, and load the driver.
From there on, your windows installation will be smooth sailing.
This is the reason I gave 3 stars. I wasted 3 hours trying to solve the Blue screen of death issue which prevented me from installing windows.
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I do wish the manual was a little more clear. On one page of the manual when talking about hooking up the power supply, it says do not hook up only a 4 pin for cpu power, but do an 8 or an 8 and a 4 since only a 4 may cause it to overheat. Then later it shows a picture of you hooking up only a 4. (To just have it take up half of the 8 pin slot.) That is confusing. Also, many power supplies, like mine, dont have an 8 connector at all, but have two 4s instead. After talking to many people and doing research, I found I could hook up both 4s to get to 8 total pins. I did one to the 8 slot and one to the 4 slot. Wish it would have mentioned that as a possibility.
Windows 10 did not pick up the wifi drivers, so be sure and save the drivers to a thumb drive in advance if needed!
Also, bios picked up my hard drives but wouldn't boot them. Manual doesn't mention this, but I had to go into bios and select a compatibility mode of legacy only instead of the new + legacy, for my ssd to boot.
Hope that helps!
Disable Wifi Controller as win10 setup doesn't have drivers and bluescreens during setup, can't get passed it
When changing hardware:
I have the cpu, mem, m.2, and 2 7200 3.5 mechanical drives in RAID0. First, the raid wasn't initialized, so I had to wipe/setup the 2 drives. Also, when I change out memory, it won't post until I unplug my 2 sata RAID0 drives. Once I do that, it posts, then I can plug then back in. Has to be a weird bug in the new bios. 0807.
With some games anti-cheat systems:
Aura lighting on the motherboard, is enabled by default. They have extended this into a Windows service, LightingService.exe, which tries to tie into the game to detect a lighting style for the led's on the motherboard. Ok, kinda cool? But. It causes anti-cheat to go off. Rising Storm 2 uses Easy Anti-Cheat, which triggers off of this service. So you have to disable this service to play the game. I assume it's every game that uses EAC, but I've not gotten that far in testing. I just disabled the service and went on my way since I don't care about the lights on the board. I only like them for seeing the fans spinning through the glass side of the case.
Overall great board, seems pretty stable. Got it for the price as it has all the bells and whistles of the other x570 boards pretty much. Aside from like 10Gbps lan I want to say. Don't recall any other features I might like to have but they're not worth +150$ imo.
I haven't had an AMD since the K6-2 300. It looks like AMD has come a long way, albeit the funny memory oddities. AMD says the 3733MHZ ram is the max 1:1 you can pair because the AMD Infinity Fabric (which allows the 2 cores to talk to each other) only operates up to this speed. The first ram I got was 3200, which you can see does perform a bit better than the 'disregard for the I.F. speed pairing' DDR4 4000. But~ If you notice the disk score goes up by 20,000 points. :| So I assume that's purely ram to disk communication after the cpu initiates the transfer.
I guess it's up to the owner which way they go, but even with the scores on the right, which I believe I'm keeping this ram instead of the 3200, games/etc all play fine. I'm having trouble turning graphics up high enough to get the framerate DOWN below 95HZ which is the max for my gsync monitor. (3440x1440)
So I would rather have a 20,000 point increase on my 5GBps read and 4.4GBps writes m.2 gigabyte aorus pciex4 drive.
I've yet to compare disk benchmarks with ATTO, but I'm sure it's quite a difference.
Otherwise it's been alright. Don't see a reason to get a different board. I'll update more later if I have anything, please feel free to ask questions.
However on arrival it very lovely. Its appearance is much more beautiful hands on.
Second. I am a total noob when it comes to building a pc for this is my first. The item arrived in perfect shape even though it shipped all the way to Africa.
Being the last piece of the puzzle, I immediately embarked on building and everything was smooth sailing, I didn't face any problems installing anything and on first boot, it took about 5 seconds before posting. The bios had no issues and it was very easy to use.
I paired the motherboard with a r7 3700x, 16gb of 3200mhz cosair lpx ram and gtx 1080. The only thing that was off during the boot, was that the default frequency of the ram was set to 2133mhz which is not exactly a problem since it will take no more than 2 seconds to fix.
When it comes to installing windows, no problems as well. I didn't even have to turn off the wifi which was causing blue screens of death for some people as I saw in earlier comments and other reddit posts. Either I was lucky or that issue was fixed by asus.
All in all, am 1000% happy with my purchase and I would recommend it on any day.
Note : I had to install drivers that were downloaded from a different system due to the LAN/WiFi not responding correctly out of the box, everything works great as soon as you update all the things.