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ASRock X570 Taichi Razer Edition

Black Haru

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The new ASRock X570 Taichi Razer Edition combines the award-winning ASRock X570 Taichi with an industry-leading RGB LED implementation powered by Razer. Featuring support for Razer's Synapse software, 2.5 Gb/s LAN from Killer Networking, and Killer WiFi 6, let's see how this new Razer Edition stacks up to its 2019 counterpart!

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I like that they moved the chipset fan. On my OG Taichi it is blocked by the graphics card. I still wish they got rid of it completely like Asus did on the Dark Hero. This should be a negative btw.
 
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Are you kidding me? 4000cl16-16-16 1.35v pass the test???
 
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The article says there are 3 M.2 slots, but only shows 2. Where is #3 located?
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This is quite rich coming from Razer considering they have ZERO Amd based laptops.
 
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Nice board, but again the prices for these motherboards are way too expensive.
At least $100 too expensive. This isn't isolated to ASRock, as ASUS and the rest suffer from this issue too.
 

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Nice board, but again the prices for these motherboards are way too expensive.
At least $100 too expensive. This isn't isolated to ASRock, as ASUS and the rest suffer from this issue too.
If "everyone" prices their motherboards too high, the price might actually be correct.
 
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If "everyone" prices their motherboards too high, the price might actually be correct.
Relative to what? No No, they are OverPriced. You can tell with previous generation motherboard prices.
It's all about Price Gouging, just like with CPUs and GPUs.
 
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Butterfly flew by outside the facility during fabrication +$100's and 10 yard pleb penalty for price gouging rough housing complaints.
 

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Relative to what? No No, they are OverPriced. You can tell with previous generation motherboard prices.
It's all about Price Gouging, just like with CPUs and GPUs.
So what you're saying is that ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, and ASRock are all collaborating on pricing of motherboards? Because if that is the case, it's probably illegal in most European countries.

As for prices of X570 motherboards being higher than X470, have you compared the feature-sets? Besides PCIe 4.0 that is?
 
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This Razor Taichi will have no problems find customers, most people who buy Razor stuff already used to pay higher prices...
I mean if I had the money I wouldn't care as well. The mobo looks pretty cool.
 

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Guys, i have MSI MEG X570 UNIFY, its going to send for RMA cuz dead a week after updating bios from January, i was planning to gey x570 taichi razer, i had issues with steel legend b450m before with rgb stuff, so pretty scared if it does on this taichi too, but i really like razer chroma and even got huntsman and huntsman elite, razer rgb mousepad and love it, is it worth it going to this taichi or stay with unify? R9 5900x, 3080
 
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So what you're saying is that ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, and ASRock are all collaborating on pricing of motherboards? Because if that is the case, it's probably illegal in most European countries.

As for prices of X570 motherboards being higher than X470, have you compared the feature-sets? Besides PCIe 4.0 that is?
Last I read most x470 motherboards support PCIe 4.0 with a bios update. this was already spoken about by AMD themselves I believe several months ago.
 
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