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ASRock - X470 Master SLI/AC ATX AM4 Motherboard

( 4.7 Average / 9 Ratings )




Part #

X470 Master SLI/AC


Black / Silver

Form Factor


CPU Socket



AMD X470

Memory Slots

4 x 288-pin DIMM

Memory Type

DDR4-2133 / 2400 / 2666 / 2933 / 3200 / 3466

Maximum Supported Memory

64 GB

RAID Support


Onboard Video

Depends on CPU

CrossFire Support


SLI Support


SATA 6 Gb/s


Onboard Ethernet

1 x 1000 Mbit/s

Onboard USB 3.0 Header(s)


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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


Hadesss 17 points 11 months ago

Wifi, bluetooth with lots of sata and usb headers. What more could one ask for? The rgb was also a nice touch.

MisterNoisy 13 points 9 months ago

So far, so good. I'm used to ASRock delivering the goods when it comes to strong value for dollar in their motherboards, and this Newegg-exclusive board is no exception.

$140 got me a solid X470 board with AC wireless, SLI support, a great layout and (on paper, anyway) decent power regulation in the event I decide to push my little R7 1700 a bit harder. Added niceties include RGB lighting control if you want it, steel-reinforced PCI-E slots and a slick little heatsink for your NVME SSD.

Box contents are pretty light, with only a pair of SATA cables, the I/O shield, a pair of NVME mounting screws (hilariously individually bagged), a rigid SLI bridge, a pair of manuals and the software disc included. That said, I'm not going to complain at this price point.

I don't yet plan to OC my R7 1700, as I'm just using the box cooler, but it immediately picked up the XMP profile for my RAM (DDR4-3000 CL15) - unfortunately, the PC would go into reboot loops at 3000, but knocking that back to 2800 solved the issue - I'm not sure if it's the board or the RAM that's the problem, but 2800 should be fine.

Connectivity is fantastic, with six USB 3.0 ports and both Type A and C 3.1 ports available in addition to the usual gigabit Ethernet, PS/2 and 5.1 audio jacks.

At this price point, this board has few direct rivals.

Valektrum 7 points 8 months ago
from completed build Valkuro, my gaming PC

I am a bit disapointed by this board. I can't start the bios normally pressing delete, I have to press f11 then select edit. Rgb is pretty bad, but it's there. Other than that, it's working properly, but if I could go back in time, I would spend the extra dollars to get a mb more expensive.

marty-thinks 11 points 7 months ago
from completed build A stranger...from the outside

This board has lots of headers, built-in WiFi, stylized heatsinks & RGB that are nice but not ostentatious, with an agreeable price for all its features. The I/O shield isn’t painted on the outside, and one of the clips in each RAM slot doesn’t unlock though the manual says it does (made me sweat a bit until I realized that they went in fine with just the one open). If i boot into UEFI (F2 or DEL) my keyboard & mouse are unresponsive but if I enter the boot menu (F11) they work and i can click “enter Setup.” The BIOS is less intuitive than others I’ve seen. These are cons that would have been nice to know ahead of time, but hardly dealbreakers

iiVe 14 points 4 months ago

The WiFi works great and I have no complaints with installation that aren't related to my lack of experience, though the manual isn't super easy to navigate since it doesn't have a guide.

jaymcclung 2 points 1 month ago
from completed build One Decade later

I'll be honest, this wasn't my first choice. I wanted the MSI Pro Carbon, but it was out of stock everywhere. I needed a board with wifi since I have no hardwire connection, but boy was I happy with this motherboard. It has lots of fan headers and 2 RGB connectors if you need. The wifi performs flawlessly, in fact, its OVER twice as fast the previous card I had in my old machine. The only knock I'll give it, is the RGB software. It's pretty basic and doesn't do anything fancy, which to me, is just fine, but other might wants something more robust. The price is great for an x470 it the board's aesthetics are really nice if you like a less in-your-face look. I found it to be very attractive. The RGB on the board is under the chipset and very subtle. It's hardly noticeable. I couldn't find any BIOS update on the website, but I had no need as everything worked perfectly on first boot.

EthanDS 3 points 1 month ago
from completed build First Build!

Nice motherboard. Comes with WiFi and great RGB.

jordanseiberg 5 points 1 month ago
from completed build Seiberg's First Gaming Build

Great board for the price but I would not recommend using the onboard WiFi if you can avoid it, I bought a Comfast WiFi adapter that outperforms it and it's a $20 USB drive

n7girl 5 points 11 days ago
from completed build Claymore: $900 Canadian Build

I definitely over-bought my motherboard. I felt that this would last me longer, plus I wanted Wi-Fi. Things were labelled really nicely, so I would say it was pretty beginner friendly. Aura is easy to use, and the board looks nice.

My only thing is I don't know if this board comes with jumpers. I also don't really know what I am looking for because this was my first build, but I could only find the two open pins.