The Ryzen 7 5800X is one of the best CPUs for gaming and productivity, and it needs a great motherboard to go along with it. Here are our recommendations for the best motherboards for the Ryzen 7 5800X, based on our own testing and research.
We’ll start with our top pick, the ASUS ROG Strix X570-E Gaming. This is one of the best-performing X570 motherboards we’ve tested, and it comes with a host of features that make it great for gaming and overclocking. It has excellent power delivery, and it comes with a robust VRM cooling solution.
It also has built-in Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5 support, and it comes with a comprehensive I/O that includes three M.2 slots, USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports, and more.
If you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option, the Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite is a great choice. It doesn’t have some of the bells and whistles of the Strix X570-E Gaming, but it’s still a great performer.
It has excellent power delivery and a robust VRM cooling solution, and it comes with built-in Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5 support. It also has a comprehensive I/O that includes three M.2 slots, USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports, and more.
Let’s look at the list that we made for you of the Best Motherboards For Ryzen 7 5800X.
|MSI MAG X570 Tomahawk Wifi||
|MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS||
|ASUS TUF Gaming X570-Plus ATX||
|Aorus X570 AORUS ELITE||
|ASUS ROG Strix X570-I Gaming||
|MSI MAG B560M MORTAR WIFI||
|ASUS TUF Gaming B550-PLUS||
|MSI Z590 PRO WIFI Motherboard ATX||
|ASUS ROG STRIX B560-F||
In terms of AMD’s current highest-end X570 chipset platform, MSI has launched a total of 9 products in different series such as MEG, MPG, MAG to MAG.
and among these 10 products for Best Motherboards For Ryzen 7 5800X, many have the same motherboard across the X570 And the B550. 560, 590 chipsets, products on different platforms have been launched successively, allowing players to have more diversified choices.
Among them, the TOMAHAWK motherboard with a distinctive military style is an example, and corresponding products have been launched on the X570 and B550 chipset platforms.
Taking the MAG series “X570 TOMAHAWK WIFI” motherboard that Computer King received from MSI for testing this time, its external dimensions are the same as the previously evaluated MAG B550 TOMAHAWK motherboard, both of which are ATX standard (305 x 244 mm) size.
In addition, the M.2 Shield Frozr radiator used in the host version’s pattern decoration, VRM power supply area, IO backplane, chipset, and M.2 solid-state hard drive also inherits the classic silver and black cool color military design. From time to time exudes a tough, tough military hard-line style.
In addition to the same appearance size and product style as the MAG B550 TOMAHAWK motherboard, the MAG X570 TOMAHAWK WIFI motherboard is more solid in terms of materials.
There are as many as 14 inductance components in the VRM power supply area, and 12 (CPU) + 2 (SoC) + 1 (APU) phase digital power supply design, in which, the processor part, it is equipped with a single 60A Renesas ISL99360 Power Stage MOS component, so that the current load can reach 720A.
In addition, to allow the power supply design to operate in a good heat dissipation environment, the VRM power supply area the IO backplane cover armor, and the M.2 Shield Frozr radiator are all made of aluminum alloy to improve the heat dissipation effect. The chipset also uses aluminum alloys.
Active Frozr Heatsink cooling design, through its own graphics card Zero Frozr smart operation technology, when the operating temperature of the chipset exceeds the preset value (60°C), the cooling fan will be activated to actively cool down.
The contents of the box from the upper left to the lower right are the user manual, quick installation guide, driver/tool software CD, SATA transmission cable x 2, SMA connector external antenna x 2, dragon pattern nameplate, product catalog, M. 2 screws, MAG X570 TOMAHAWK WIFI motherboard.
Using the MAG X570 TOMAHAWK WIFI motherboard with ATX standard specification (305 x 244 mm), from the motherboard body to the heat sink material, the overall appearance of the gray-black style design is the same as a stable military image.
The AM4 pin socket used by the MAG X570 TOMAHAWK WIFI motherboard, from the processor compatibility list on the official website, from the Raven Ridge, Pinnacle Ridge, Picasso, and Matisse architecture Ryzen 2000 / 3000 series processors, as well as the newly launched Ryzen 3000XT series processors with Matisse Refresh architecture, can be installed and used after updating the BIOS.
The MAG X570 TOMAHAWK WIFI motherboard adopts a 12 (CPU) + 2 (SoC) + 1 (APU) phase digital power supply design. In the processor part, it is equipped with a single 60A Renesas ISL99360 Power Stage MOS component, so that the current load can reach 720A, even an AMD Ryzen 9 3950X processor is more than capable.
- Allows for a triple monitor display
- HDMI port supports 4K resolution providing excellent graphics
- Runs with the DDR4 3200 memory with a max capacity of 64 GB
- The device cannot overclock to a great extent
- Equipped with 4 SATA ports, which may limit future expansion
MSI MPG X570 GAMING EDGE WIFI workmanship is solid enough it arrives the next day, local warehouse, many people do not understand why they choose AMD AMD is the king of cost performance, the same performance, lower price, and then with a stable Motherboard, all-solid-state capacitors, active cooling of the chipset, 9-phase CPU power supply, almost perfect motherboard, disk it!
There is also solid cooling armor. The installation was successful under the communication of customer service! Packaging protection: intact Compatibility: Currently very stable, before the mortar 450+3400G always inexplicably stuck on the CPU fault light Packaging protection: packaging high-end atmosphere Grade Installation difficulty.
The fan provided is also very easy to use, and there are lights, which are very cool when lit. Other features:
The fan comes with thermal grease, which can be installed directly, and it is installed with one click. amazingly, this motherboard has a small fan and motherboard lighting effects! Great value! I don’t know much about this either, this is an anniversary gift for my boyfriend, he always wanted it, so I gave it to him.
There are 2 m. 2 slots, four memory slots, 8 usb3.0 sockets, and a type c interface, which is perfect. The heatsinks are also huge, which is nice.
The bios system is unique. Full graphical interface. The first time I saw it, I was stunned. It is recommended that you can learn from the setting interface of ios after setting the bios system, which is relatively simple.
A very good motherboard! It is a must with the 3900X! Immediately report when you get the goods and give a nice photo when the machine is installed! Install MSI, you and I can rest assured that the workmanship is good, there is no problem with the 3950x, it is very smooth, very satisfied
MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS More user comments
The speed is really fast, the overclock is stable at 4.2G, the motherboard workmanship is also very good, it is the first time to install the water cooling, and it took a lot of time. Appearance: The motherboard looks very cool. It’s still pretty good, a simple selection can help you overclock,
it’s not too good for overclocking Xiaobai Packaging protection: packaging protection is very good Installation difficulty: easy installation, a side-plug USB interface is a very user-friendly Compatibility: very compatible Good appearance and appearance:
It supports light synchronization and is very dazzling. Good. It’s nice to light up once. It’s just that the small speaker without the prompt tone is not perfect.
- Equipped with DDR4 memory and 4 DIMM ports
- RGB fusion supports RGB LED strips in 7 different colors
- Great connectivity, as the device has a lot of ports for various purposes
- Although the cooling system is good, it could be made much better with just a few tweaks
The first BIOS version of X570 retained the support of the first-generation Ryzen 7 5800X, and AMD removed this support at a later stage. However, the detailed information on the official websites of major motherboards includes the first-generation APU, so the motherboard’s support for the first-generation Ryzen APU should be subject to specific tests.
TUF GAMING X570 is divided into two versions, one is a version without WIFI, and the other is a version with WIFI. At present, the version with WIFI has a lower price than the version without WIFI, so the WIFI card can be given away. The WIFI port has become a PCIe X1), you can choose according to your situation.
TUF GAMING X570-PLUS (WI-FI) (hereinafter referred to as X570 TUF) is the most unique type of power supply design in the motherboard I have ever seen. The traditional motherboard power supply generally puts related types of power supplies together.
For example, the nuclear display power supply is concentrated in the lower left or upper right, but the power supply design of the X570 TUF is like this.
The red part is the core power supply, and the green part is the core display/SOC power supply. Yes, the core display/SOC power supply splits the core power supply into two parts.
I don’t know what is the reason for this electrical design, I think the only reason for this may be to take the stress of supplying heat. I’ll wait to explain.
Then again, the official website explained that the 12+2 phase power supply is used here, so there has been no explanation for the ASUS PWM controller, so whoever said 12+2 is right. The main PWM controller is ASUS’ own DIGI+ EPU, and the model is ASP1106GGQW. We assume that this controller from ASUS is a 4+2 phase processor.
Then on this motherboard, it is equivalent to a one-phase power supply consisting of 3 channels. It’s not luxury, but at least it feels brave.
The memory power supply is one-phase, the MOS bridge is the M3054M of UBIQ (now UPI), the two-up and two-down design, the instantaneous current of the M3054M reaches 180A, the continuous current in the ideal environment reaches 97A, and the continuous current in the normal environment is 16.6A. Not much to say.
In terms of RGB, the RGB equivalent of the chipset has been moved to the side of the motherboard, which is a classic operation of the TUF series. The motherboard itself offers two 12V RGB and one 5V ARGB. Rereading has already started.
- Equipped with extended Heatsink design which keeps it cool
- High-quality audio processors provide crystal clear HD sound
- Faces compatibility issues with XMP memory
- RGB lighting cannot be controlled independently
The Gigabyte X570 AORUS ELITE WiFi reviewed this time has one of the best power supply modules in the thousand-yuan mileage. Today, let’s see if it is worth choosing. The main color of the motherboard is the silver and black color that the GIGABYTE AORUS series has always used.
M.2 cooling armor, engraved with the words X570 AORUS ELITE WiFi, two PCIe X16 slots, one with metal reinforcement.
12+2-phase CPU power supply, with a 2-ounce copper PCB, and enlarged heat sink design, can effectively reduce the accumulated heat generated by the operation of the motherboard, and provide a stronger power supply capacity for the CPU.
The I/O interface is equipped with an integrated baffle. The X570 AORUS ELITE WiFi has a relatively complete interface, 4xUSB 2.0, one HDMI 2.0, four USB 3.2 Gen1 and two USB 3.2 Gen2, and an Intel 802.11ac WiFi interface.
The wired Gigabit NIC is Intel’s I211-AT, which supports the use of Gigabyte cFosSpeed software to control and apply network traffic policies.
At present, the AORUS series X570 motherboards launched by GIGABYTE in China include X570 AORUS XTREME, X570 AORUS MASTER, X570 AORUS PRO WIFI, X570 AORUS ELITE WIFI, and X570 I AORUS PRO WIFI, and the ELITE model can be said to be in the GIGABYTE AORUS series.
The entry-level model, having said that, its materials are still quite solid, and the luxurious 12+2-phase IR digital power supply provides substantial power for the 12-core or even 16-core third-generation Ryzen processors.
Although the design style of GIGABYTE X570 AORUS ELITE WIFI is similar to other X570 AORUS, the shape design is much simpler due to the positioning of the product.
AORUS is a large sculpture, and the name of AORUS is engraved on the power supply VRM. This motherboard is equipped with an integrated I/O baffle, which eliminates the need for users to install the baffle by themselves, and never forgets to install the baffle.
There is no armor package. The memory slots are snapped on both sides. It supports a single 32GB memory with a maximum memory capacity of 128GB.
When using the third-generation Ryzen processor, it can support up to DDR4. -4000, while the second-generation Ryzen processor can support up to DDR4-3200.
- 8-channel HD audio driven by Japanese capacitors
- The cooling system works well, as the device features Fan Xpert 4
- The cooling system automatically tailors itself to overclocking patterns
- Consumes more power than other motherboards
Benefiting from AMD chipset design and TSMC 7nm process, the AM4 package area can accommodate two physical eight-core CCX dies, launching physical twelve-core and sixteen-core Ryzen 7 5800X processors.
Mini-ITX players who need multi-core performance enjoy the same benefits, without having to attach a HEDT platform processor, the ROG Strix X570-I Gaming mainstream market can meet the needs.
The first one is GIGABYTE X570 I AORUS Pro WiFi written by Computer King’s editorial department, and the second one is ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB3, which uses Intel LGA 115x radiator holes and Thunderbolt 3, has a more special positioning.
Compared with its other ROG Crosshair VIII Impact, which is positioned in the Mini-DTX market of the smallest board, the ROG Strix X570-I adopts a more popular Mini-ITX version, which is compatible with multiple independent studios/manufacturers.
Mini case; the back panel I/O also has a video output port, with a Ryzen with Radeon a Graphics processor, a self-built 1-liter host, or converted to fanless passive cooling can also be supplemented, targeting a wider range of mini-systems players.
The bottom of the ROG Strix X570-I Gaming color box uses key specification information to surround the photo of the motherboard. Players can see it at a glance when purchasing in the physical store, and a partial photo is used to match the characteristic description below.
A list of ROG Strix X570-I Gaming boxed paper plane accessories, including instructions, stickers, the ROG Republic of Gamers thank you note, CableMod 20% off coupon, driver and utility CDs.
Due to the limitation of the version, the front audio expansion pins of the ROG Strix X570-I Gaming motherboard do not use the common DuPont 2.54mm specification, but 2mm, so it also includes an adapter cable (upper right of the picture), and their is also a case. Front panel I/O pin extension
ROG Strix X570-I GAming arranges an M.2 2260/2280 SSD installation space on the back of the motherboard (with the M.2 installation kit to support 2242) and installs a circuit daughter board above the AMD X570 chipset on the front.
The circuit daughterboard is mainly responsible for the analog sound conversion processing, and also gives another M.2 2260/2280 SSD installation space through the flexible cable. The processor power conversion heatsink also borrows some mounting space from the backplane I/O.
- Supports up to 32 GB using PCI-Express
- Steel armor protects the VGA at all costs
- Easily backs all the latest storage standards
- BIOS might freeze sometime
MSI MAG B560M MORTAR mortar also has two styles with WiFi and without WiFi. This time we use it for evaluation with WiFi. MORTAR mortar series motherboards do not need too much introduction, it has been the leader of mainstream motherboards for a long time.
Reasonable configuration and relatively affordable prices make MORTAR mortar series motherboards the mainstream installation choice for many players.
This new generation of MAG B560M MORTAR mortar WiFi motherboard has a lot of changes in appearance. The first is that all the heat sinks have changed from black to white in the B460 period, giving a small fresh feeling.
In addition, of course, the configuration, MSI MAG B560M MORTAR mortar WiFi has a lot of upgrades in VRM power supply and cooling modules compared to the previous generation of the same series of B460 motherboards.
Compared with the previous generation B460, the B560 chipset has the biggest improvement for gamers than the ability to overclock the memory. MSI MAG B560M MORTAR Mortar WiFi motherboard has a total of 4 DDR4 memory slots with dual channels, and the maximum supported memory capacity is 128GB.
In terms of memory frequency, this motherboard supports up to 5066MHz memory frequency, which can be said to be quite high.
However, on the 11th-generation Core processor, when the memory frequency reaches 3600MHz, until 4400MHz, the number of game frames will not have a great impact, so mainstream players do not necessarily need to use the memory above 4000MHz.
Following the 11th generation of Core processors, of course, PCI-E 4.0. There are two PCI-E ×16 slots on the MSI MAG B560M MORTAR Mortar WiFi motherboard.
The first one with metal reinforcement supports PCI-E 4.0. However, if the player is using a 10th-generation Core processor, then this PCI-E slot will automatically be reduced to only 3.0.
The PCI-E ×16 3.0 slot at the bottom operates in the form of ×4, and it shares the bandwidth with the second M.2 interface, which means that if players use the second M.2 slot If an SSD is inserted, this PCI-E slot will be disabled unless the player sets the bandwidth of these two slots to ×1 and ×2 respectively. In general, this PCI-E slot is a bit tasteless.
There is also a ×1 slot between the two ×16 slots, which allows players to plug in gadgets such as sound cards or USB interface expansion cards.
- Provides 1.3x greater retention
- The fan does not make much noise
- Comes with onboard thermal sensors
- Problems with the memory speed
The MicroATX form factor means Asus has to spend more time planning the PCB to fit everything on it, but the list of features is extensive. Since this is a B550 chipset hot-selling motherboard, you can get PCIe 4.0 support here, which can also be found on premium X570 chipset motherboards. Interestingly, Intel has yet to offer PCIe 4.0 support, putting AMD ahead.
PCIe 4.0 is no fuss right now, as there’s nothing to take advantage of the new standard other than M.2 SSD storage. Still, for a mid-range motherboard, the options offered by the TUF Gaming B550M-Plus are good choices. It’s not a bad board either. There are a lot of motherboards out there today with obnoxious styles.
I’m not entirely sure when manufacturers decided gamers wanted bright lights and extreme designs, but you can easily find such elements on most components, including motherboards. Fortunately, the TUF Gaming B550M-Plus is well-designed. It’s more of a subtle design, and with just one tap, you know it can “run fast”.
We no longer have to put up with ugly green PCBs, the board’s grey and black design will work with just about any PC build.
There are a few RGB LEDs in the bottom right corner of the motherboard, but they’re not designed to be part of a full-blown RGB PC build. Another advantage of the B550 chipset over the X570 is that it doesn’t require a small fan for active cooling.
The audio performance of the TUF Gaming B550M-Plus dropped slightly, rocking Realtek’s S1200A audio codec.
That’s not bad in itself, but nothing to write home about when other motherboards come with better, newer codec solutions. If you use a USB headset with a dedicated DAC, you won’t notice any difference, and this disadvantage becomes moot.
The Voltage Regulator Module (VRM), which handles power to the CPU, is powerful enough to handle even the more powerful Ryzen 9 series processors. You can even do some overclocking here. They get hot, especially as you crank up the voltage, but the heatsinks are fairly large and make contact with the VRM for better cooling.
The BIOS is what you’d expect from a modern ASUS motherboard and is one of the best in its class. It’s easy to set up automatic overclocking or set the values yourself. It’s worth noting that the options here aren’t as extensive as the more powerful X570 chipset advertised motherboards, but it gets the job done.
- Use Ryzen 5000
- Stable and feature-rich BIOS
- Good overclocking support
- PCIe 4.0
- Wi-Fi 6
- Might have to reboot your system twice or thrice
MSI has carried out the most violent upgrade in the dark history of the MPG Z590 GAMING CARBON WIFI motherboard.18-phase titanium alloy power supply: The previous Diablo was generally powered by 13-phase, but the Z590 Diablo was directly upgraded to 18-phase, still using DrMOS, and the on-current is as high as 75A.
The inductor has also been upgraded to the third-generation titanium inductor, which was previously only available to MEG. Intel Wi-Fi6E AX210 wireless network card:
Most high-end motherboards are Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX200 + Bluetooth 5.1, Z590 Diablo uses Intel Wi-Fi 6E AX210 wireless network card, and Bluetooth has also been upgraded to version 5.2.
The AX210 has transfer rates of up to 3000Mbps and can operate on the 6GHz band, not just the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. Aluminum extrusion radiator:
Compared with the traditional VRM radiator, the aluminum extrusion radiator has increased the heat dissipation area several times, which can better control the temperature of the power supply circuit.
20Gbps USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type-C interface: This high-speed interface usually appeared on the MEG Super God board before, and now the MPG Z590 blackboard also has it, which makes him the best motherboard for Ryzen 7 5800X. The MPG Z590 Carbon Diablo motherboard is an ATX form factor with a size of 24.3×30.4cm. The overall use of carbon fiber element style design, the motherboard has 8 4pin fan interfaces.
The biggest change in appearance is that the VRM heat dissipation is made of an aluminum extrusion radiator from the original heat dissipation aluminum block. The heat dissipation area has increased several times compared with the previous generation, and of course, it has stronger heat dissipation efficiency.
4 DIMM slots support a single 32GB DDR4 memory, 4 total 128GB, the frequency can support 5333MHz+. The PCIe channel of the first M.2 slot on the motherboard close to the CPU is straight out of the CPU. It needs to be paired with an 11th-generation Core to use PCIe 4.0 mode, which can support PCIe 4.0 SSD.
The 2 PCIe x16 slots close to the CPU are straight out of the CPU and can support PCIe 4.0 in the next generation. In addition, these two slots use PCIe steel armor, which can reduce the damage to the slots caused by users when plugging and unplugging the graphics card, and is also conducive to stability.
In addition, there are 1 M.2 22110 and 2 M.2 2280 interfaces, of which the first M.2 22110 interfaces can support PCIe 4.0 (requires 11th generation Core).
- Easily supports 7th generation Athlon
- Firmly anchored slot for heavily-built GPUs
- Comes with the high-quality cooling system
- Some glitches with the X-Box controller connectivity
The STRIX B560-G GAMING WIFI motherboard designed for the 11th generation Core processor with a MATX form factor not only continues the functional design of the STRIX series that has always focused on the game group but also supports the diversified functions of the B560 motherboard chips.
More important What’s more, it also added support for ASUS’s latest CPU performance enhancement technology 2.0, so that the motherboard can better display the performance of the CPU. B560 series motherboards open up more function settings and support than the previous B series motherboard chips.
The B560 series motherboards have more diversified ways to play in hardware applications and functional support.
ASUS, which also likes to bring rich hardware gameplay to players, recently brought the advanced version of ASUS CPU Performance Enhancement Technology 2.0 (APE2.0) with new feature support for some BIOS functions of its 500 series motherboards.
This time, ASUS CPU Performance Enhancement Technology 2.0 (APE2.0) took the lead in adding support to some 500 series motherboards, covering the PRIME series, TUF GAMING series, and ROG STRIX series, and the application motherboard model is mainly the current user group Choose more B560 series motherboards.
Specifically, what kind of application experience will APE2.0 bring us? In the performance evaluation section, we also Provide adequate presentation and comparison.
ASUS ROG STRIX B560-G GAMING WIFI motherboard provides four DDR4 memory slots, supports dual-channel memory and Optimum II technology support, and can support memory running at DDR4 5000 frequency and compatible with 128GB platform memory capacity.
Due to the design of the ASUS ROG STRIX B560-G GAMING WIFI motherboard and the mATX size specification, the layout of the board installation area will be limited compared to the large form factor ATX.
Therefore, only two PCI-E x16 board slots are provided in the board installation area, one of which is designed with ASUS SafeSlot Core+ high-strength security slot and supports up to PCI-E 4.0, and the other one only supports PCI- E 3.0. Two PCI-E3.0 x1 slots.
- Easily supports high current fans
- Allows users to customize as they please
- Equipped with 5 fan/water pump collectors
- Features 6 remarkable temperature sensors
- The problem in emitting tone from the speakers
Best Motherboards For Ryzen 7 5800X will give you PCIe 4.0 and Wi-Fi 6 support, but if you’re upgrading a PC that’s still using an X470 or B450 motherboard, rest assured it’ll be compatible. Now let’s look at gaming performance. This part is more GPU-dependent, but that doesn’t mean the CPU doesn’t play a big role.
Your mileage will vary based on the rest of the system. In general, upgrading to the Ryzen 9 5900X is not expected to have a huge impact on gaming. Those extra cores are better for specialized software. The 5800X will also not exceed the 5600X. Not a $150 jump, at least.
The MSI MEG X570 Godlike is another excellent option for the Ryzen 7 5800X. It’s one of the most expensive X570 motherboards on the market, but it comes with a host of features that make it worth the premium.
It has an impressive 16+2 phase VRM design, and it comes with a massive I/O that includes four M.2 slots, USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports, and more. It also has built-in Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5 support, and it comes with a robust VRM cooling solution.
Best Motherboards For Ryzen 7 5800XThe best processor (CPU) for your custom PC is one that meets your needs, doesn’t bottleneck the rest of your hardware, and doesn’t cost more than your budget. But can you choose a CPU that is more suitable and consistent in price and performance?
For many, the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X should be the ideal combination of performance and price, and in this article, we will share some Best Motherboards For Ryzen 7 5800X. This CPU from AMD’s 4th Gen product line features 8 cores for excellent multitasking, whether you’re tackling productivity tasks, professional design or editing work, or demanding the game.
AMD’s Ryzen 7 5800X is part of the Zen 3 microarchitecture and uses the 7nm process.
The CPU features 8 cores and 16 threads for powerful multitasking performance, with a base clock of 3.8GHz that can be boosted to 4.7GHz when needed. Its 105W thermal design point (TDP) is higher than the previous-generation Ryzen 7 3700X, but the newer CPU delivers more performance no matter the task at hand.
This CPU is unlocked and ready for overclocking. It doesn’t include a spare cooler, so be sure to be prepared to get the job done, especially if you plan on overclocking. Note that this CPU does not include integrated graphics, so you will need to add a dedicated GPU for your PC version.
If you’re looking for a well-rounded, high-performance CPU for just about any task, the Ryzen 7 5800X should be a smart buy for most people.
I started with Ashes of the Singularity’s built-in benchmark using DirectX12. At 1080p and high game settings, CPU frames averaged 100.6 FPS. I next turned to Civilization VI’s in-game AI benchmark, which measures the average time per turn for crowded games. I recovered 7.85 seconds using DirectX12.
As we discussed the following 10 Best Motherboards For Ryzen 7 5800X that are available in the market. each of them has specific features that meet your requirements and have a different price range.
MSI MAG B560M MORTAR is the 2nd highly recommended from the B560 series for Ryzen 7 5800X. MSI MAG B560M MORTAR mortar WiFi has a lot of upgrades in VRM power supply and cooling modules compared to the previous generation of the same series of B460 motherboards.
The last one from the Z590 series is also for MSI homes. MSI has carried out the most violent upgrade in the dark history of the MPG Z590 GAMING CARBON WIFI motherboard. this is the best motherboard for Ryzen 7 5800X.