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    Default OK I waited, now where's the AM4 ITX?

    LOL

    So, any idea when we'll get ITX boards for Ryzen?

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    Default Re: OK I waited, now where's the AM4 ITX?

    Exhibit A
    OK I waited, now where's the AM4 ITX?-msi-a320m-pro-vd.jpg
    That said, it looks like mini ITX is coming in with the upcoming chipsets. They probably be releasing in the following weeks with the Ryzen 5 and 3 series CPUs, since this first launch is just Ryzen 7.

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    Default Re: OK I waited, now where's the AM4 ITX?

    Asus and MSI are on the top of my list

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    Cool Re: OK I waited, now where's the AM4 ITX?

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Asus and MSI are on the top of my list
    I've been leaning towards Gigabyte over the past year or two.
    There have been no disappointments yet.
    Everything I own (five systems) has Gigabyte in it except for one and that is EVGA.
    I would probably get an M-ITX Ryzen setup for my InWin 901 Chassis and sell the i5-6600K and EVGA Z170 Stinger setup if I could get a large jump in performance by doing it.
    It remains to be seen.

    I'm working my way through Doom using the i5 system right now.
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    Last edited by realneil; 02-03-2017 at 08:32.

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    Default Re: OK I waited, now where's the AM4 ITX?

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    I've been leaning towards Gigabyte over the past year or two.
    There have been no disappointments yet.
    Everything I own (five systems) has Gigabyte in it except for one and that is EVGA.
    I would probably get an M-ITX Ryzen setup for my InWin 901 Chassis and sell the i5-6600K and EVGA Z170 Stinger setup if I could get a large jump in performance by doing it.
    It remains to be seen.

    I'm working my way through Doom using the i5 system right now.
    It's as smooth as hot butter in a skillet with the GTX-980 Windforce card it.


    Im also working my way through Doom and having a blast doing it

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    Default Re: OK I waited, now where's the AM4 ITX?

    Found one! Don't think it's released just yet, but should be soon.
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    Default Re: OK I waited, now where's the AM4 ITX?

    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    Found one! Don't think it's released just yet, but should be soon.
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    Hummph...BIOSTAR? I dunno bout that...lol

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    Default Re: OK I waited, now where's the AM4 ITX?

    Ah, that's just the first leak that showed up on twitter. I'm sure Asrock will be next to have some first looks show up. MSI seems to be a good contender for one as well. Asus and Gigabyte are the only two I haven't seen anything about on the immediate horizon, but the way AMD is designing their lesser chipsets, it's like they intended for certain boards to have certain chipsets.

    This Biostar for example. It's using an X370 Chipset it seems. That's an utter waste considering what the B350 is designed for. The main difference besides cheaper cost, of course, is no crossfire or SLI support, a couple less USB ports, a couple less SATA ports and 2 less PCIe lanes. But it's mini-ITX, it already doesn't have more than one good PCIe slot, with limited USB and SATA connectivity due to size! When the B350 chipset releases, it will be ideal for mini-ITX systems, probably be quite a bit cheaper than X370, and still allow overclocking. I think we should be pretty close to some more leaks and release dates though.
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    Default Re: OK I waited, now where's the AM4 ITX?

    At least we know that it's within the realm of possibility now. Biostar makes decent low-cost boards and they're using much better quality parts when they build them now.
    I would try this board out if I hadn't just bought an EVGA M-ITX Z170 Stinger for my i5-6600K and InWin 901 case.

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    Default Re: OK I waited, now where's the AM4 ITX?

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    At least we know that it's within the realm of possibility now. Biostar makes decent low-cost boards and they're using much better quality parts when they build them now.
    I would try this board out if I hadn't just bought an EVGA M-ITX Z170 Stinger for my i5-6600K and InWin 901 case.
    You couldn't give me a Biostar, well actually you could! but I wouldn't use it, would rather spend a bit more money for piece of mind.

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