The ASUS TUF GAMING X570-PRO WiFi II comes battle-hardened with game-ready features and proven durability. Engineered with military-grade components, an upgraded power solution and a comprehensive set of cooling options, this motherboard delivers rock-solid performance and unwavering gaming stability for AMD 3rd Gen Ryzen CPUs.
No M.2 Screws IncludedNo M.2 mounting screws. Had to spend an extra $10 and wait 3 days to mount my frackin drive…Otherwise fine.
Works as intended with Zen 3 (Ryzen 5000)I couldn’t get BIOS flashback working with this motherboard, but it turns out that my 5600x can boot with no bios update using this motherboard (bios 0314). Works perfectly and has all the features I wanted at a good pricepoint.
Computer Sage –
ASUS TUF GAMER beats out MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUSI upgraded to the ASUS TUF series after seeing benchmarks and reviews. I wanted onboard WIFI and INTEL NIC. Upon completion of my upgrade from a MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS I noticed faster booting to windows desktop speed, better bench mark on USER BENCHMARK and internet seemed a bit faster! I clocked the CPU & RAM = to the MSI settings and am still IMPRESSED! No longer an MSI die hard fan. The INTEL NIC on this board is the key for any gamer out there! No “TURBO LAN” loaded, just straight NIC performance! Intel is the KING for gaming NICs! I haven’t tested the WIFI out yet for gaming. One last thing…the BIOS is a bit tricky to navigate and discern what is what on some menus. Just spend sometime looking around and you will get it (YouTube videos helped me).
Will not buy againUnable to install drivers or load into windows properly. Also does not detect correct ram speed. Spoke to support and they said to return it. Ensured it has the latest bios.
Ellis Rodriguez –
New Motherboard is less expensive than the Crosshair VIII Hero but just as goodAfter returning two expensive Crosshair VIII Hero motherboards and settling on this cheaper newly released Motherboard it has worked fine out of the box.I still was having issues booting up but I installed the latest Asus Non-BETA BIOS using the Flashback button in the rear of the Motherboard and reset my Monitor’s settings and boom it started to boot up and have video output.This motherboard cost over a $100.00 less then the Crosshair VIII Hero but both the Crosshair VIII Hero and this X570 Pro WifI have the same features like:1- Both have 8 SATA Ports2-Both have WiFi and Bluetooth3-Both have Flashback buttons to upgrade the BIOS without entering BIOS itself to update.Differences is that on this motherboard you need to install a I/O Rear plate while the Crosshair you don’t. Plus the Crosshair seems to have better cooling of the VRM part of the motherboard.But for the price it is excellent and I would recommend this motherboard.
The worst!No network connectivity by LAN or WIFI.No driver found for the network controller!Drivers come on a CD!Does anybody have one of those anymore?!Absolutely frustrated! Copying from the disk to a USB drive on an old computer I had laying around.It should not be like this. Simply an awful product.Should have waited for the Tomahawk x570
Motherboard is great – be careful with IO ShieldThe features and quality of the motherboard are great, but a few things of note:First of all, manufacturer does a very bad job of explaining how to update BIOS via the flashback feature. If you are putting AMD 5000 series CPU, the BIOS the board ships with will not be compatible, but you need a way to update it without a CPU installed, which is where the flashback feature comes in and is very handy, but it is VERY PARTICULAR about the type of USB flash drive you use. It has to be FAT32 formatted, which they mention (large USB’s tend to not be able to be formatted that way – 128GB is too much, get an 8 to 16 gig), but also – AND THIS IS VERY IMPORANT – you have to make sure there is only 1 partition on the USB AND that it is converted to MBR (Master Boot Record). Google how to do either of those things – they can be done via Command Prompt. Took me 3 hours of trial and error before I stumbled on a vague reddit post with 2 likes and 3 comments that covered this. Why the manufacturer doesn’t mention these IMPORTANT details in the instructions is beyond me.Second… the IO shield is bad. I mean, I have no idea how this got past quality control/quality assurance, but the IO shield’s hole for the BIOS flashback button is offset a bit, so if you install the board, even if the button goes through the hole, it will be pushed to the side which will register as a “pressed” button, so the first time you go to boot your PC, it will not boot because your mobo is trying to update the BIOS because that button is pushed. I ended up having to basically destroy the IO shield in the back just to release the button. Don’t make the same mistake as me – do yourself a favor and cut the BIOS flashback button hole on the IO shield more to the right side (toward middle) so when you install your mobo you won’t run into same issues as me.Other than those two MAJOR annoyances, the board is great. The good news is that you will only need to deal with those problems during the build, and once that is resolved you can continue enjoying it without other hitches.
Excellent MotherboardIt took a few tries to flash the BIOS, but worked seamlessly with my Ryzen 5000 cpu once it loaded. It comes with a CD for the drivers which is an interesting choice in 2020, but I used the USB BIOS Flash. One note, the instructions for flashing are in two separate sections in the manual, which is why it took a few tries. If you’re having issues, use a flash drive that lights up when active so you know it’s installing. Installed version (beta at the time) 2812.Besides that, the user guide was quite helpful and setup was a breeze. The Wifi and Bluetooth both work as intended and I’ve had no issues with either. The BIOS was easy to use. Everything just works. Thermals are great too.
Esta mas completo de lo que creiDentro de los comentarios lei que no venia con TPM, lo cual me hizo dudar si comprarlo o no, pero tiene sus cosas que explicare:1. Venia ya la tarjeta madre actualizada lista para recibir procesadores de la serie 5000 de AMD2. Es cierto que no viene con tpm pero es posible comprar el modulo de TPM o cambiar la configuracion3. Aunque no viene el modulo de TPM la tarjeta tiene integrada AMD fTPM y con eso a windows le es valido como si fuera TPM 2.04. Sabiendo lo Anterior informo que NO ES NECESARIO COMPRAR EL MODULO DE TPM, solo deben de cambiar la configuracion en el BIOS de la tarjeta a TPM firmware y ya windows detectara que tienes TPM 2.0 pero es AMD fTPMde ahi en fuera el resto esta bien y las instrucciones de como armarla son claras y precisas
Buena tarjeta madreAntes de que compres una tarjeta madre revisa si no hay versión que utilice un bloque para enfriar el chip y no un ventilador, por lo menos mi tarjeta no hace ruido pero estos ventiladores no son eternos y tampoco son fáciles de encontrar.Recomiendo esta tarjeta madre es facil de usar y tiene la cantidad justa de puertos usb, realmente no tengo mucho que decir dado que las tarjetas madres no varian mucho, si planeas usar esta tarjeta mas un procesador de gama baja (Ryzen 3000) entonces no vale la pena busca una version mas barata.OJOTuve un problema al hacer OC a la RAM pero fue porque las tenia colocadas en los slots incorrectos y al parecer usar los 4 slots de ram hace que sea imposible alcanzar ciertas velocidades.Y el M.2 que esta debajo de los slots pcie va un poco mas lento que la que esta debajo del procesador