Gigabyte B550 Aorus Master Review
Power and Cooling
Just because this is a B550 chipset doesn't mean that many people aren't going to take the opportunity to put a beefy CPU in it, the Ryzen 3900X for example, and Gigabyte have got you covered with 16 phase power design that doesn't use doublers or parallel wiring to spoof those 16 phases. Equally with 70A Power Stage you should have plenty of power to torture your 3rd Gen Ryzen CPU until it brings you the overclock you desire.
All the fans in the world won't help if the heatsinks are found wanting, but thankfully the Aorus Master lives up to its billing by giving you as much cooling on the B550 chipset as you would expect to find on the X570. High fin density, direct touch heatpipes and plenty of heatspreaders for those blisteringly fast M.2 drives.