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- Pro WS X570-ACE
Socket / CPU
- 2-Way SLI Capable
- CrossFire Capable
PCI-E x16 Slots
PCI-E x8 Slots
PCI-E x4 Slots
PCI-E x1 Slots
SATA 6 Gb/s
Depends on CPU
Onboard USB3.0 Headers
- 19 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Velox
Pretty solid. My old motherboard worked with my keyboard/mouse hubbed off of my monitors (so I can KVM them to my laptop) but this one doesn't, for whatever. No big deal since I never need to go into the BIOS, and I can pretty easily just grab another keeb to plug in if I need to.
- 4 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Silent and Powerful CAM Programming Workstation
This is not a cheap motherboard, but I like that you aren't paying for things you won't use in a professional application. In a workstation computer, I don't care about RGB or overclocking capabilities or anything like that. I just want something that's reliable and that works out of the box.
While for the most part I have been impressed with the utilitarian design of this motherboard, my experiences have not been entirely perfect.
First off, one of the first things I do when I put together a new build is install the most recent BIOS from the manufacturers website. I did so with this board, and noticed some odd behavior (for reference, it was BIOS Version 1201). Once installed, the computer would not restart without being completely power cycled. For example, when Windows needed to have an update applied and I hit "Restart Now," the machine would shut down as intended, but it would not reboot on its own. Pressing the power button would not do anything. Doing a hard shut down would not do anything. The only way I could get it to reboot was to unplug the machine completely, let the capacitors drain for a minute or two, and then plug it back in. This allowed me to reboot. Not sure if this is isolated to my specific hardware configuration or an error in this BIOS revision. I will say that installing the previous BIOS version (Version 1104) seemed to fix this issue.
Secondly, the USB 3.0 header on this motherboard is partially blocked by a plastic frame surrounding the adjacent USB 2.0 header (see pictures). This means that the USB 3.0 cable from the front IO of the case can not plug in all the way. It seems that it's able to be inserted far enough to make electrical contact and still function, but I'd rest easier without feeling like a slight bump is going to knock my front panel USB ports loose. That seems like a really silly design oversight in my opinion.
Despite the previous two issues mentioned, I have been satisfied with this board for the most part, and will likely buy more in the future in the event I put together more AMD based workstations.
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