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ASUS ROG X570 Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-Fi) ATX Motherboard with PCIe 4.0, on-Board WiFi 6 (802.11Ax), 2.5 Gbps LAN, USB 3.2, SATA, M.2, Node and Aura Sync RGB Lighting

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AMD AM4 socket: ready for 2nd, and 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen processors and up to two M. 2 drives, USB 3. 2 Gen2, and AMD StoreMI to maximize connectivity and speed. Comprehensive thermal design: active PCH heatsink, M. 2 aluminum heatsink and ROG cooling zone. High-performance networking: on-board Wi-Fi 6 (802. 11Ax) with MU-MIMO support, 2. 5 Gaps Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet, both with Asus LANGuard protection, and support for GameFirst V software. 5-Way Optimization: automated system-wide tuning, providing overclocking and cooling profiles that are tailor made for your rig. DIY friendly design: pre-mounted I/O shield, Asus SafeSlot, BIOS Flashback and premium components for maximum endurance.

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Asus ROG X570 Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-Fi) AM4 Zen 3 Ryzen 5000 & 3rd Gen Ryzen ATX Motherboard with PCIe 4.0, on-Board WiFi 6 (802.11Ax), 2.5 Gbps LAN, USB 3.2, SATA, M.2, Node and Aura Sync RGB Lighting

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PERFORMANCE LEVEL UP

AI Suite 3’s dashboard-style control panel lets you fine-tune almost every aspect of your system. Get the best balance between performance, cooling, stability, and efficiency via one simple and intuitive interface.​

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NEXT-GEN WIFI 6

ROG Crosshair VIII Hero comes with on-board Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) support, offering ultrafast networking speeds, improved network capacity and better performance in dense Wi-Fi environments for exceptional online gaming experiences with the convenience of a wireless connection.

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UNTHROTTLED TRANSFER SPEED

Dual PCIe 4.0 M.2 Slot support up to 22110 and provide NVMe SSD RAID support for an incredible performance boost. Create a RAID configuration with up to two PCIe 4.0 storage devices to enjoy the fastest data-transfer speeds on the 3th Generation AMD Ryzen platform.

ROG Crosshair VIII Hero features the most comprehensive cooling options ever, configurable via Fan ROG Crosshair VIII Hero features the most comprehensive cooling options ever, configurable via Fan

COOLER BY DESIGN

ROG Crosshair VIII Hero features the most comprehensive cooling options ever, configurable via Fan Xpert 4 or the UEFI BIOS. Every onboard header supports auto-detection of PWM or DC fans.

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SupremeFX

Utilizing the S1220 codec, SupremeFX is the integrated-audio solution that’s engineered to provide a flat frequency response for a neutral, detailed sound signature. And to ensure that pristine signature is perfectly preserved, the front-panel output is driven with dual op amps, delivering sonics.

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GROW YOUR GAMING WORLD

Gear up with ROG components, from graphics and monitors, to mice and keyboards, and up your game with complementary aesthetics, control and compatibility. The ROG ecosystem is more extensive than any competing brand, so enjoy greater choice as your system expands.

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Specification: ASUS ROG X570 Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-Fi) ATX Motherboard with PCIe 4.0, on-Board WiFi 6 (802.11Ax), 2.5 Gbps LAN, USB 3.2, SATA, M.2, Node and Aura Sync RGB Lighting

Processor

‎2133 MHz amd_ryzen_7

RAM

‎DDR4

Memory Speed

‎2133 MHz

Wireless Type

‎802.11n, 802.11b, 802.11a, 802.11g

Brand

‎ASUS

Series

‎ROG CROSSHAIR VIII HERO (WI-FI)

Item model number

‎ROG CROSSHAIR VIII HERO (WI-FI)

Item Weight

‎5.7 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14.57 x 12.28 x 4.25 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎14.57 x 12.28 x 4.25 inches

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR4 SDRAM

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)

Manufacturer

‎Asus

ASIN

‎B07SZXBTNW

Country of Origin

‎China

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Date First Available

‎July 1, 2019

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10 reviews for ASUS ROG X570 Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-Fi) ATX Motherboard with PCIe 4.0, on-Board WiFi 6 (802.11Ax), 2.5 Gbps LAN, USB 3.2, SATA, M.2, Node and Aura Sync RGB Lighting

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  1. William Drake

    Once I flash the BIOS with the latest version 1302 everything was Rock Solid. The BIOS interface is super easy to use. This card has just about everything. The only thing that went wrong with the build was that Windows download to a USB drive did not have the drivers even rudimentary drivers for the Wi-Fi or the ethernet. Just went on my laptop and downloaded the drivers installed them and windows loaded and updated like crazy. This motherboard with the AMD 3900 X and the Trident Neo 3600 Ram are an excellent combination. Also I have the Asus strix Radion 5700 XT. I get about a hundred and forty four frames per second in Doom eternal set on Ultra. There are so many USB ports on the io board that I thought it was a little Overkill. Turns out I use every single one of them by the time I was done putting everything together and plugging everything in. Although I’ve only had it for a month and as I said worked out all the Kinks I can’t speak for longevity but I’m very happy with this bored. It must be a very popular board because the price keeps going up.

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  2. Nick S

    I love this motherboard, not only for its aesthetics, but for its ability to keep cool temperatures for hours and hours. I have attached relevant benchmark tests from YouTube Der8auer for reference so you too can compare the VRM, notably one of the most important statistics, of this board with other X570 boards. (With and without Wi-Fi has the same tech, other than Wi-Fi capability) At just about $380, the Crosshair VIII Hero does a fantastic job at keeping low temperatures, while providing an excellent array of features any PC builder would want including future-proof PCI-E 4.0, two NVMe capable M.2 SSD ports, AX Wi-Fi, 8 SATA ports (thats a lot), 2.5Gbps LAN (you wont need 10Gbps unless you’re doing enterprise-level work), and much more.Performing pretty darn similar to the best X570 board around, the $650 MSI Godlike, the Crosshair VIII is a clear winner for a majority of consumers, especially when coupled with a 3900X or 3950X with a 1080 TI or 2080 TI GPU! Gamers may be wondering, “But… intel is better for gaming… right?”. At 1080p, you will get 10FPS – 15FPS more with an Intel chipset, but the differences are small as you get to 1440p (5 – 10FPS) and 4K (<5FPS) or when you go for 144hz monitors. Faster refresh rates and higher resolutions = less differences in FPS. When you keep in mind just how POWERFUL the Ryzen series is for virtually everything, you'll want to go for X570. Keep in mind you are getting this board to witness the power of Ryzen, and this is especially amazing now that the 3950X Is out, which any review will tell you to start drooling over.This board brings out the best, most juicy, xxx-rated don't-let-your-grandmother-see-this aspects of the super hot (actually, quite low in temperature) Ryzen series.Plopped this bad boi with my 2080 TI, 3950X, 2TB Aurous 5000MB/s M.2 Drive, 2TB Seagate HDD, and Raijintek Water-Cooling system in a Paean case. I will post more pictures of my build later.

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  3. Rchiwawa

    Update 04-14-2019: With Bios revision 11xx and 12xx I was able to get the memory to run 100%, multiboot and 48hours runs @ 3400 14-14-14-14-28 timings (slightly relaxed from Ryzen DRAM calculator 1.4.0 3400MT Fast). Considering I have achieved this with 2x16GB dimms I am impressed with the results here and in general. The board has been a dream and my only complaint is the RGB on the chipset is far too dim compared to the IO shield. I was recently ran Cinebench r20 on a manual overclock to 4.25 all core and got a score of 4306… solid results and a great board.BIOS revisions 0702 and 0804 made my system completely unusable with my original ram selection  CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3333MHz C16 Desktop Memory – Black  despite it running @3466 16-16-16-16-32 timings at 1.38v flawlessly in BIOS revisions 0601 and 0509.Bought some  G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) Desktop Memory Model F4-3200C14D-32GTZR  and it runs with the 2700x at the pictured timings error free. Could be AGESA code update, could be Asus but despite the RAM problem and the price this is still a 5 star board. Certainly not necessary but if you want the absolute best… If I were willing to deal with running my Kraken x62 and case fans at full this thing had my particular copy of the 2700x running at 43.5x rock stable all core and a 1.45 vcore. As it turns out, the noise/heat isn’t worth it vs leaving it autoclocked and performance level 2 and what that yields. I am convinced its the board’s BIOS, build, and design quality that affords my good results. I was initially going to buy a Strix x470-F but it went out of stock on Amazon AND Newegg when it came time to buy.I am very glad it did

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  4. W McBride

    Initially ordered a competitor product that was slightly less expensive. Big mistake. The software (BIOS) are far superior on the ASUS product. I don’t recommend the ASUS overclocking Windows utilities. The stability of the MB is excellent at ddr4 3200. I recommend Samsung b-die DDR4 3200 or faster RAM. FlareX is amazing. The analog audio quality is the best of any MB I have ever owned. The ROG Crosshair series has a reputation for being a superior product and I see why now. There are so many built in OC features and settings and they work consistently and well. I don’t recommend CPU overclocking unless you are very experienced. Speed and performance with M2 as boot is amazing. I highly recommend updating to the latest BIOS. Overclocking RAM above the specs of your DDR4 kit may be tricky and decrease stability. Technical support good for simple things, but so far I did not talk to anyone who knew anything specific about this product. Second level support could not answer any of my basic questions. Everything considered, this is still the best performing MB I ever purchased.

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  5. That Damn Hyena

    No issues. Love that is has a cmos reset, makes dinking with overclock nice in the event you goof a setting. I’m using it with a R7 3800X, Trident Z (4×8) @ 3400, 14-14-14-14-34. RTX 2070 advance. One standard M.2 and one NVMe M.2. It handles it all very well, even overclocked. I was able to hit 4.4Ghz stable on CPU, and 3600 on ram, but I backed down on both a little. Didn’t want to raise my timings on ram past 14. I was actually amazed, a lot of people bitch about Ryzen not being able to handle four dimms at speeds past the high 2000s with relative low timings. I didn’t encounter this with this board.

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  6. Kagan K.

    I have been searching for a best motherboard for my ryzen 9 3900X. So far the conclusion is this board for me. I liked the specs and style of the board. However It is pity that the board that I received has been damaged. As you may able to see from the pictures. there is a insufficient packaging for such a premium motherboard from ASUS. I have started the return and replacement of this. I will update my review according to the new undamaged mobo after I receive. Since I am a oversea buyer Amazon is so helpful. Hopefully this experience will conclude happily.Edit: Replacement arrived in perfect condition. I am grateful to Amazon service as an oversea customer. Product is great on performance and specs.

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  7. Jemtec

    Built this as my gaming pc.Asus has always been great in the quality department, and I’ve owned several over the years.This one has quite a few features as wellPci 4.0 support with awesome nvme 5GB per second transfer speeds if you buy a PCI-4.0 ssd.Very good vrm setup but vast overkill for even a pair of 3900X processors (if you could actually install 2) Lol.There is tons of overclocking ability, but the Ryzen 3000 series chips don’t overclock much.Rgb lighting on the board is minimalist and kind of average, but not too bad.M.2 heatsinks are nothing super special to look at and one of them is actually partly connected to the onboard fan making removal a touch more complicated.Debug led is very handy.Tremendous number of USB ports on IO panel as well as bios flash back.Bios flashback is VERY useful if you need to reflash your bios for some reason.You don’t need a processor or memory to run it either!Great memory support.High quality components and great audio.Reinforced pci slots.3 year warrantySolid buy.

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  8. Another Customer

    Update…I’ve been using this board for a year and a half and I’ve had no issues, except for a VGA beep error code if I don’t have the monitor turned on. After 8 months of searching I was finally able to get the 5950x for MSRP. Good times. This board handles everything like a champ.In the last 2 years I’ve not had much luck with Asus boards but so far the C8H wifi is working well and stable. I have it paired with a 3800x which doesn’t do this board justice. I would have bought the 3900x but it wasn’t available and the 3800x was on sale.I spent a week researching the other two x570 boards in this category and I went with the C8H because the VRM’s on this board can compete with the $600+ boards from the other 2 companies. This board has a 16 (14+2) phase power design. However, even the other boards in this price range are more than enough for the 3950x.That and I have another system with a Rampage IV Extreme that’s been run hard but it still works. The Crosshair VIII Hero and Ryzen 3800x are replacing and old Asus P8P67 WS Revolution and a 3770k.

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  9. Kyriacos

    UPDATE:There have been some issues with the RAM overclock I believe. The PC shuts down unexpectedly and I believe that RAM might indeed be the case here. I restored the settings to auto in order to check if that was the problem and now the system runs smoothly. Although, I believe that with 1.4v instead of the initial 1.35v that I had, the problem will be fixed. Unfortunately I don’t have time to test it now but as soon as I do will update my review again. Also, when I tried to overclock my RAM above its advertised speed the PC wouldn’t post and the settings were reverted without any problems.General thoughts:I installed this board today with a Ryzen 7 2700x processor and a 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance RGB 3466MHz kit (CMR16GX4M2C3466C16). My PC booted from the start with no issues whatsoever. First thing I did was update the BIOS to latest firmware using ASUS EZ flash 3 (easy as pie). The process in general went through without any problems. The board looks fantastic and the provided software works like a charm.RAM:After updating the BIOS, I used the DOCP feature to overclock my ram kit to its advertised 3466MHz speed. I have never fiddled with RAM speed before but it was very simple to do so. The BIOS also comes preloaded with memory profiles for Samsung B-Die RAM kits with speeds up to 3600MHz that you can use. The PC posted with no issues and my RAM was running at 3466MHz which provided a very nice boost to benchmarks and framerates.Issues:The only issues I had were regarding third party control software. These were Corsair Link and Speedfan. Corsair Link couldn’t let me customize the RAM leds but otherwise it worked as intended. Speedfan couldn’t recognize the motherboard PWM ports so I couldn’t use it to set fan speeds.Workaround for issues:I believe though that it’s not the boards fault. Most probably the software were not update for the X470 platform. Instead, I used the AURA sync software to control all the RGB components of my system. It was pretty easy to figure out and does it’s job pretty well. Regarding fan control, the Fan Xpert 4 software from the AI Suite 3 worked wonders. I used it to automatically tune the fans based on their individual RPM. After that there’s no need to further adjust the fans but if you want, each PWM fan port provides an RPM chart that can be adjusted from the software. The software also created four profiles for all the fan speeds: Silent, Standard, Turbo, Full Speed. These can be easily cycled through the software.Conclusion:Admittedly, this is just the first day of use of the new system but I felt the need to post this review because this board is in my opinion the top X470 that you can buy right now and with fore coming BIOS update it can only get better (I hope :p ).

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  10. Alan

    I had a strange mother board, mine worked, but if I use Asus AI Suite I run into tons of issues. If I change the fan speed the computer crashes, it instantly turns off and I can’t turn it back on until I flip the PSU switch off then back on. If I let Asus AI Suite stay open for more than 5 minutes the computer will completely crash. Before it crashes I will see false CPU temperature readings and CPU fan speed – 1 degrees Celsius and 0 RPM. I called Asus they spent a few weeks trying to figure out what’s going on. I received multiple phone calls from them for quite some time asking me to try various things. None of them worked, so they had me sent in my board. They eventually tossed it in the recycling bin and sent me a brand new one, I have no issues with this new one at all and I am very satisfied with it. This is the kind of support I would expect when I purchase a high-dollar item, they called me for every update. They probably called me too much, but I’d rather have that than a company not call me at all. I enjoy having bios profiles, as well as the CMOS clear, I’ve had to use that for a few over clocks. I suspect my VRMs are hot and I need to learn how to water cool my PC. On the plus side, I have two M. 2 SSD heat sinks, the second board came with a heat sink! Overall I’m happy with this motherboard, and I plan to use it for years, and I’ll water cool it later this year. My VRMs need to be cooler for a better overclock, I got my Ryzen 7 2700x to 4.2 Ghz either I lost the silicon lottery or my VRMs are too hot. I don’t have anything to test my VRM Temps, but it wouldn’t hurt to buy a CPU monoblock that cools my VRMs. I bought this board because I wanted quality and I hope to use a lot of its features especially the water cooling stuff.

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    ASUS ROG X570 Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-Fi) ATX Motherboard with PCIe 4.0, on-Board WiFi 6 (802.11Ax), 2.5 Gbps LAN, USB 3.2, SATA, M.2, Node and Aura Sync RGB Lighting
    ASUS ROG X570 Crosshair VIII Hero (Wi-Fi) ATX Motherboard with PCIe 4.0, on-Board WiFi 6 (802.11Ax), 2.5 Gbps LAN, USB 3.2, SATA, M.2, Node and Aura Sync RGB Lighting

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