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ASUS AM4 X370-F and B350-F Strix pictured

ASUS AM4 X370-F and B350-F Strix pictured

ASUS AM4 X370-F and B350-F Strix pictured

ASUS AM4 X370-F and B350-F Strix pictured

 
It looks like ASUS has two AM4 Strix series motherboards on the way with the B350-F Gaming and the X370-F Gaming. These two motherboards are designed to fill in some gaps in ASUS' AM4 lineup, offering a more premium addition to their B350 lineup and a high-end X370 offering that sits between the X370 Pro and the Crosshair VI Hero. 
 
As we can see in the image below, the X370-F Strix comes with the same AM3+/AM4 mounting holes as the CrossHair VI Hero and a similar design for PCIe lanes and storage options, though the Strix does come with a different power design that looks like it has fewer phases. 
 
The B350-F Strix Gaming comes with a similar design to the X370 variant, though it again comes with a different power design, storage options and lacks the X370's RGB illuminated IO cover. 

  

ASUS AM4 X370-F and B350-F Strix pictured

At this time these two motherboards have not been priced in the UK, though they are both expected to be priced lower than their ROG varients. 

Update - The ASUS X370-F Strix Gaming and the ASUS B350-F Strix Gaming has been priced at £183.62 and £111.59 in the UK respectively. 

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' AM4 Strix series motherboards on the OC3D Forums

 

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05-05-2017, 15:09:16

Kilbane
Still prefer the CH6, but then I have to say this after shelling out for one.

Much better aesthetic in comparison to the Pro, can see this being a big seller for AM4 builds.Quote

05-05-2017, 15:54:17

g0ggles1994
Found them on CCL's website:

X370
https://www.cclonline.com/product/23...board/MBD2163/

B350
https://www.cclonline.com/product/23...board/MBD2162/

The B350 is less than £120 listed, which for a Strix board is unbelievable. And the X370 is just over £180. I'm honestly thinking of giving my MSI board the boot if my RAM doesn't work well after the next AGESA updateQuote

05-05-2017, 17:00:29

russler
trying really hard not to buy ryzen and then that b350 appears outta no where Quote

05-05-2017, 18:09:31

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by g0ggles1994 View Post
Found them on CCL's website:

X370
https://www.cclonline.com/product/23...board/MBD2163/

B350
https://www.cclonline.com/product/23...board/MBD2162/

The B350 is less than £120 listed, which for a Strix board is unbelievable. And the X370 is just over £180. I'm honestly thinking of giving my MSI board the boot if my RAM doesn't work well after the next AGESA update
It is a low price for a Strix board, but put that price into context and it is the most expensive B350 board on the market:P

I like the MSI Carbon Pro look the best still. I'd say this is tied with the CH6. Though if I had to choose, i'd probably choose the Strix 370 over the MSI board, simply because Asus has tends to have the best BIOS options.Quote

05-05-2017, 18:17:01

AlienALX
MSI Arctic are still my faves. That Strix board is gorgeous, but man that white and grey combo just does something to me Quote
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