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Asus ROG Strix B650E-E Gaming Wi-Fi Review: More Affordable ROG

The Asus B650E-E Gaming Wi-Fi is Asus’ flagship motherboard in the B650 lineup, offering users a low-cost yet full-featured option that supports AMD’s 7000 series processors. It costs $150 less than the X670E-E Gaming Wi-Fi, but it has multiple PCIe 5.0 M.2 sockets, ample USB count for rear IO, quality audio, great power delivery, classic ROG look and more. At around $350, it’s a solid option for the B650 flagship class motherboard.

The rest of Asus’ B650 product stack consists of eight boards from the ROG Strix, Prime and TUF Gaming lines. It also comes in all shapes and sizes, including Micro ATX and Mini-ITX options, with prices ranging from $199.99 (Prime B650-MA AX) to the $349.99 flagship.

Digging into some features, the B650E-E Gaming comes with 2 PCIe 5.0 slots for graphics, 2 PCIe 5.0 M.2 sockets (4 total M.2), PCIe slot Q release, M.2 Including the Q Latch. The power delivery isn’t the most robust I’ve seen with a 70A MOSFET, but it works with our he MOSFET. Ryzen 9 7950XAlso, the rear IO has a lot of USB connections but no 40 Gpbs ports (like most B650 boards). Performance with the B650E-E gaming board performed well across the test suite and was average among the other boards tested. It worked well in some tests, including games and his Procyon office tests, and never really struggled outside of Cinebench’s multi-threaded results.

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