ASUS Z590-A Prime vs Strix B560-A Comparison

Close-Up Comparison Continued

ASUS Z590-A Prime vs Strix B560-A Comparison

Continued

Still with the Strix photo first and the Prime second, the B560 has two system fan headers whilst the Prime has a dedicated Pump header. Both have two USB 2.0 front panel connectors though.

ASUS Z590-A Prime vs Strix B560-A Comparison  
ASUS Z590-A Prime vs Strix B560-A Comparison  

A closer look at the USB headers on the right, and then a change with the arrangement of the AURA headers, side by side on the Strix and stacked on the Prime. The Z590-A Prime also squeezes another system fan header in here which is absent on the Strix.


ASUS Z590-A Prime vs Strix B560-A Comparison  
ASUS Z590-A Prime vs Strix B560-A Comparison  

Lastly our final clear difference between the boards, other than their ninety pound price gap in favour of the Strix, has the Strix having one PCIe 4 M.2 and one PCIe 3, whilst the Prime has an extra PCI Express 3.0 M.2 slot you can just see at the top of the photo.


ASUS Z590-A Prime vs Strix B560-A Comparison  
ASUS Z590-A Prime vs Strix B560-A Comparison  

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02-06-2021, 01:45:33

Deadtroopers
It's a no-brainer - B550 aand a R5 5600X. Strewth! Would you want to be laughed at by console owners? :-)Quote

02-06-2021, 12:38:07

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by Deadtroopers View Post
It's a no-brainer - B550 aand a R5 5600X. Strewth! Would you want to be laughed at by console owners? :-)
The B560 and an 11400 is actually better value than the B550/5600x angle.

Its a strange time when Intel win the budget angleQuote

27-06-2021, 13:43:36

Deadtroopers
In the niche "Gaming; just gaming" market: I concede. Plus I do like the white highlighting and white I/O sheild. You can do so much more with AMD though; and it doesn't matter how much you save towards a better graphics card on account it'll be twelve month before you can actually buy such a thing.Quote

01-07-2021, 16:40:49

looz
You seriously think the 11400 falls short if you do occasional content creation work for example?Quote
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