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ASUS AM4 TUF GAMING X570-Plus ATX Motherboard with PCIe 4.0, Dual M.2, 12+2 with Dr. MOS Power Stage, HDMI, DP, SATA 6Gb/s, USB 3.2 Gen 2 and Aura Sync RGB Lighting

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  • AMD AM4 socket: Ready for 2nd and 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen processors to maximize connectivity and speed with up to two M.2 Drives, USB 3.2 Gen2 and AMD StoreMI
  • Enhanced Power Solution: Military-grade TUF Gaming 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 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: Features an unprecedented 108dB signal-to-noise ratio for the stereo line-out and a 103dB SNR for the line-in, providing pristine audio quality
  • 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

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Learn more about the ASUS TUF GAMING X570-PLUS

Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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    • Return for replacement within: 30 days
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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
So far, so great 9/13/2020 7:43:18 AM

Pros: First of all, I'm not a computer guru and so I cannot comment on the specific things about the motherboard. What I can comment on is that it works, it has cool rgb lights on it and it looks cool.

Cons: Not sure if it has any.

Overall Review: Overall I'm extremely happy with this Motherboard and I'd buy it again.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
1/ 5
Dead after three days 9/9/2020 3:16:53 PM

Pros: Looks sweet. Super fast M2.

Cons: Died after three days. After I swapped video cards. I noticed some of the fans were not turning on and the BIOS was not POSTing. Swapped graphics cards, power supplies, monitors and RAM. Board doesn’t give any errors. No beeps or lights showing any problems. But the card never makes it to BIOS. Tried the same parts with a different board and everything is awesome. Sending this board back and getting the same one with WiFi.

Overall Review: Everything started great. Willing to try again. Will update this review if anything gets better.

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Manufacturer Response:
Dear Eric P.,

I'm sorry to hear that you were unable to power on this motherboard. All ASUS products undergo intensive quality control, testing and inspections. What you've experienced was not intentional or representative of our brand. If you haven't already, please contact your reseller for an exchange. We would also be more than happy to repair the board in warranty for you. If you have any general or technical questions, please email me at cl-lane@asus.com and include case #N200935369 for reference.

​Thank you for choosing ASUS!

Best regards,
Lane
ASUS Customer Loyalty – US Support
Anonymous
Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Good but not perfect 9/9/2020 9:22:53 AM

Cons: - required bios update for Zen2. However, in default bios the RAM positions were different than in the manual (had to move closest to CPU) and Using display Port didn't work, had to get an HDMI cable just to update bios
- then with bios update, RAM had to move back.

Overall Review: - overall everything seems to work and it's easy to adjust all settings

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Solid Motherboard 9/8/2020 4:30:48 PM

Pros: -tons of storage options
-PCIe 4
-Quality parts and assembly

Cons: -BIOS save settings is not intuitive
-BIOS menus are pretty messy

Overall Review: I recommend this board and will definately buy it again.

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Anonymous
Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Overall very good 9/8/2020 11:43:36 AM

Cons: The only problem is that there is only one 3 pin rgb header

Overall Review: Over all it is really good The only problem is that there is only one 3 pin rgb header

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
2/ 5
Cheap X570 motherboard (empasis on "cheap".) 9/7/2020 11:59:15 AM

Pros: An under $175 X570 motherboard.
Zen3 compatibility to support future CPU upgrades.
Easy setup.
Full PCI v4.0 support on ALL slots (including M.2 slots.)
Full 7.1 speaker support.
Two green USB3.2 10Gb Type-A ports and one Type-C port on back (I'm keeping them free for when I get a device that takes advantage of their speed.)

Cons: NO USB 2.0 ports on back. Zero. Zip. Nada. Two USB2.0 headers on the MoBo, one of which will almost certainly be taken up by your PC case. I had to connect a card slot USB adapter (not included) to the other to add two rear 2.0 ports... one of which I had to give up for a front-bay USB 2.0 hub. Only four USB 3.0 ports in back (listed in the manual as 5Gb "USB3.2 Gen1" ports.) Why waste a USB 3.x port on a mouse (especially when there are so few of them?) I had to buy a USB 3.0 PCIe expansion card just to hook up the 3.0 ports on my case (because I used the lone USB3.0 expansion socket on the motherboard to hook up a card reader.)

Since this is not the "WiFi" model of the "TUF Gaming Plus", there is plenty of room on the back panel for more ports. Wasted space.

Plugging a USB boot drive automatically moves it to the top of the boot order and your computer will attempt to boot from it every time until you unplug it or enter the BIOS and rearrange the boot order. No F12 "Boot Menu" to select a boot drive on demand (particularly annoying if you have Linux installed on another physical boot drive,) This forced me to install a Grub boot menu (a nightmare to manage with a UEFI bios), slowing my boot time.

This model does not have built in Bluetooth like the nearly identical "Pro". Not a huge deal but it means the loss of yet another USB port to plug in a USB Bluetooth adapter.

Placement of the fan headers is a bizarre mess. Two fan headers on top for "CPU" & "CPU Opt". If your case has a roof-mounted fans/radiator, where do you plug the fans in? Below the CPU are two "fan" headers next to each other: one for an AIO pump and one for a rear case fan. Don't mistake one for the other. The closest fan header for a front intake fan is in the bottom middle of the motherboard, so your front fan better have really long wires. A fourth bottom/center fan header is fairly well positioned for a side intake fan (which are rare.)

Changes to the boot order or the (useless) "one-click overclock" are not detected as having made any changes to the BIOS when Saving/Exiting. So no warning if you accidentally click "Discard changes & Exit" or made a change you don't want. If so, you'll have to reboot and do it all over again. When I first built my rig, I kept trying to figure out why my changes were not detected (they were.) It took me several reboots to figure out my changes were indeed being made even if the BIOS was saying I didn't make any changes. I updated the BIOS (v1407) to the latest version (v2607, released just last month) to see if this issue has been fixed. It hasn't.

You can enable/disable the (minimal) on-board "Aura" LED from the BIOS, but be careful. One of the settings disables your Power & Busy LEDs. I thought I burnt out my LEDs before I figured out it was just the result of a BIOS setting (why on Earth would anyone disable their disk busy light?)

A BIOS reset button on back would be nice. The motherboard only has ClearRTC pins on it (jumper not included.) I tried to overclock my PC and the computer refused to even post upon exiting the BIOS. Fortunately clearing the RTC jumper reset everything back to normal (more on the failed overclock below.)

Overall Review: I waited for over a month to write this review to make sure I had a smooth running system and successful overclock first. I'm 1 for 2. I bought an X570 motherboard and fast G.Skill DDR4-3600 memory with plans on buying a Zen3 processor when they become available. Until then, I installed a lowly (yet just released) Ryzen 3 3100 for just $120.

Setup was fairly easy. Seating my old video card took a second try, but that's not unusual. The *second* M2 slot has a heat sink and vented to the Southbridge fan for extra cooling. It makes no sense that it should be recognized as the *secondary* M2 slot. But there is no performance hit. I boot from it using an Evo970 nvme drive. Having to install/rely on a Grub boot menu b/c the Bios does not include a built-in Boot menu on F12 kills my boot time. Very annoying.

I first tried AMD's own "Ryzen Master" overclock app for Win10. It totally ignores your DRAM. (Seriously AMD?) Result? My computer was *slower* after using it. Undid the changes and rebooted, this time going into the BIOS to overclock directly. The BIOS "easy mode" has a one-click overclock feature. Click, Save, Reboot, test in Windows (using Cinebench R15 & R20): again, the result was a slower computer.

Reboot. Decided to do a manual overclock. First things first: set my 3600 ram to run at 3600MHz (defaulting to just 2133MHz.) Switch "AI Overclock" from "Auto" to "Enabled". Save. Reboot.

Dead. Computer didn't reboot. Woudn't even post. Had to open it up and short the CRTC jumper praying it would clear the CMOS and boot again. Thankfully this worked. I might attempt a more precise overclock, adjusting timing & voltages by hand, someday. But for now, I'm grateful just to have a working computer again.

The included Asus-branded "Realtek Audio Console" software does not provide a way to swap audio channels. My Center channel tries to play through my subwoofer (and vice versa). So I must use the 4.0 speaker settings until they update their software... which brings me to Asus Support:

Forget about getting support through the website like you did in the past. Now, you must install dedicated "Asus Support" software on your computer... which is freaking brilliant if your computer won't start. In that case, you can reach them by installing their support app on your smart phone (assuming you own one.) Whatever happened to just going to a company's website for help?

A CD with support software is included, but all drivers are either already built into Windows 10 or downloaded from Microsoft. (Ubuntu) Linux does not require any drivers either. Worked right from the start. I'd pay extra for "Windows 7" drivers (not supported.) I despise Windows 10. It's one of the reasons I waited so long before upgrading. The latest (v2004) Win10 update is a disaster, removing support for a lot of legacy hardware in a deliberate not-so-subtle attempt by M$ to force people to "upgrade". After running into problem-after-problem for days (particularly being denied access to files/folders on legacy drives used with Win7), I ended up doing a full install of Win10 v1903 just to get everything working. I know M$ is using the threat of pulling their Win10 Licensing Agreement from MoBo vendors to stop them from continuing to support Windows-7, but I'd love to see the largest vendors join forces and release Win7 drivers anyway.

I haven't owned an Asus mobo in years. My last two mobos were from Gigabyte (their BIOS had overclock timing presets built-in for an extremely easy overclock, and I miss the ability to save multiple working profiles), but only their most expensive boards are any good anymore. So I decided to give Asus another try (for all the reasons listed in the "Pros" section above.) I'm seriously disappointed and hate to say I will think twice before trying them again.

The RTC seems to run fast by a few seconds a day. Not a big deal, but when Windows only syncs the RTC once a week, the clock can be off by as much as a minute by the end of the week, causing some scheduled tasks to start/end too early. If the problem were the battery, the RTC would be running slow.

And of course (once again), the moment my order arrived from Newegg, they dropped the price. Argh! This is the third time they've done this to me! I watched the listing for three weeks for a price change but it never did... until after *I* made my purchase. I'm hesitant to buy anything from Newegg b/c every time I buy something from them, they drop the price the moment it reaches my front door. I could have bought it locally for the same price but wanted to get everything from the same source. Very annoying.

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Manufacturer Response:
Dear Mugsy in Houston,

I'm sorry to hear that you are unsatisfied with the design of the board and the BIOS. This is absolutely not the kind of experience that we want any of our customers to have. I will forward your feedback, including the OS support, to the Product team for review. If you have any general or technical questions, please email me at cl-lane@asus.com and include case #N200926930 for reference.

​Thank you for choosing ASUS!

Best regards,
Lane
ASUS Customer Loyalty – US Support
Anonymous
Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Plug and play 9/7/2020 6:30:32 AM

Pros: Its a really solid board with no issues I can think of.

Cons: -Its kind of bland, so If your looking for sparkle your in the wrong price range.

Overall Review: I would recommend it but if you can, save up a bit more and you would get a much better bang for you buck with all of the bells and whistles.

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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Confused... 9/6/2020 11:53:45 PM

Overall Review: Worked upon testing open air once installed to case a day later no post also will not power down without flipping psu switch I’ve went out and bought another 3800x thinking it was cpu failure after testing my buds motherboard with my cpu but still no post I’d rather use this than return it but beware guys

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