Date Joined: 06/20/01
Pros: Overclocked to XMP profile for rated timings on my ASRock X370 Gaming-ITX/ac motherboard with a Ryzen 7 1700.
It works without any problems whatsoever.
It was on sale and a great deal.
Cons: none at this time
Overall Review: I'm able to overclock to 3.7ghz at 3200Mhz on the memory with a slight vcore of 1.25v running stable. Anything about 3.7ghz, I have to drop the memory speed to 2933Mhz for it post properly without power cycling on every reboot.
Pros: Easy to work with layout.
No unnecessary RGB.
Overclocking is easy.
Easily accepted a Corsair H60 using the AM3 cooler bracket.
Cons: Difficulty rebooting after failed overclocking attempts.
Clear CMOS difficult to access - right under video card.
Not many options for fine tuning overclock settings.
No USB 3.1
Overall Review: "This review for ASRock review rebate program."
I was waiting eagerly for this MB as I wanted my next build to be my first mini-ITX build
Ryzen 7 1700.
My daily overclock is 3.7Ghz at 1.25vcore with 16gb g.skill running at 3200MHz XMP.
I had to drop ram to 2933 to run 3.8 and above. 3.9GHz stable at 1.43vcore (including vcore offset of 100) and 4.0Ghz >1.46vcore (including vcore offset of 100).
USB 3.1 would have been nice.
Clearing the CMOS was a headache as reaching 4.0GHz kept crashing the system with insufficient voltage. Overclock failure protection didn't work.
This motherboard is running in a Thermaltake Core V1, EVGA NEX750G PSU, Corsair H60. Samsung 850 EVO 500gb SSD, and Seagate 2.5" 2TB Firecuda SSHD.