Post it with signed for delivery. If you email he will claim non delivery with paypal and youll have no proof as youll have emailled it.
If youre wanting a budget board id steer away from X570 as they start at around £150 but i guess it depends what your idea of budget is.
From the link in the OP :
Planet 3DNow! reached out to Asus Deutschland, who confirmed that Asus are not dropping Ryzen 5000 support from X470...
i dont know mate i set XMP profile and left it at that
Good stuff as well runs well at 3200Mhz in my rig
I cant hear any noise from the fan at all
I looked at the B550, but i wanted an asus board and the wasnt a lot of difference in price between the 2 TUF boards although its around £50...
Its a nice board i got one a few weeks back. I paid £200 for mine so if you can get it for £160 i certainly would do.
The last new GPU i got was a the ocuk birthday bash. Paid £99 for an RX590
But since then ive had 2 used GPUs a 1070Ti then the last one was a...
If you paid with paypal go direct to them. Make sure you save the message where he says hes he thinks the hardware is banned
I doubt theyd ban the hardware, as i doubt theyd know what hardware he was running.They normally just ban the blazzard account.
EDIT : After...
X570 should support all ryzen cpus. I think its only B550 that dosent
I had no issue changing from a 1600X to a 2700X on the same mobo.
However changing from the B350 to an X570 board meant i had to reactivate...
If you failed to get compo due to the recipients failure to fill in a form id be claiming it back from them directly - via small claims if need...
Only real reason is i tend to prefer asus boards. Pretty much from socket 939 days with the A8N line of boards.
In the end i got the TUF X570. Very pleased with it so far
Ive got ther asus tuf. Nice board and it runs my 32GB Teamgroup 3200Mhz ram at full speed no issue at all.
£200 is the most ive ever spent on a...
Id watch out doing that. A bloke on these forums issued legal action against someone who didnt pay on ebay and he succeeded in getting them to pay up
Thanks ill stick with the 2700X then
The Asus Tuf X570
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