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MOTHERBOARD AWARDS

X570 DARK - Back to top

JayzTwoCents

JayzTwoCents

"EVGA's BIOS in my opinion is amongst the simplest, strips out most of the garbage you just don't need or care about, which makes it just the best overclocking experience because of the fact that so much of it handles itself plus it doesn't bore you with the settings you don't need."
 

EVGA Z590 FTW WIFI - Back to top

TweakTown

MUST HAVE (Recommended!)

TweakTown

"The Z590 FTW is a board for those that love simplicity and industrial design. It offers one of the largest VRM heat sink arrays we have seen and adds to that a large heat sink plate that pulls heat from the chipset and m.2. It offers triple slot spacing for throwing in multiple three-slot cards and an enthusiast-friendly board layout that angles board connections for a cleaner look."
 

EVGA Z590 DARK - Back to top

TweakTown

Editor's Choice!

TweakTown

"The Z590 Dark shows EVGA's prowess in motherboard design. It's easily the best Intel Z590 platform available today."
 
NikKTech

Platinum

NikKTech

"For people however who are into overclocking (or people who just want the best) the Z590 DARK by EVGA sits at the top currently[....]"
 
Hardwareasylem

Hardwareasylem Recommended

Hardwareasylem

"The UEFI layout is quite good and displays exactly what you need to see. This is an important feature given that many manufacturers tend to overcomplicate the interface by trying to show "everything" or do the opposite and hide everything within a complex list of menus"
 

EVGA X570 DARK - Back to top

TweakTown

MUST HAVE (Recommended!)

TweakTown

"In testing, I was able to get a much higher memory speed when overclocking our Toughram on this board, upwards of 4800MHz; we haven't found a board outside of the Dark that was able to do that with our 5800X. CPU overclocking was slightly better; we typically reach 4.7GHz at 1.29v with a little vdroop when testing boards, and the EVGA actually allowed us 4.8GHz at 1.32v with no droop at all."