The X570S Aorus Master refresh brings Wi-Fi 6E, more capable VRMs, four M.2 sockets, plus an improved appearance. At $389.99, it isn’t the cheapest AMD-based option available but deserves serious consideration if your budget hovers around this price.
Gigabyte’s X570S Aorus Master marks the second chipset fan-omitting X570S board to make it to our test bench (the first was ASRock’s X570S Riptide). While X570S doesn’t bring with it substantive new features (outside of the absence of a fan), it does give companies the opportunity to refresh their AMD-based board lineups, add more features of their own, and make another run at our best motherboards list.
Outside of the now-fanless chipset, the X570S Aorus Master comes with improved power delivery, four M.2 sockets, an updated appearance, integrated Wi-Fi 6E, and more. At $389.99, it’s a premium mid-range offering in today’s higher-priced board landscape.