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USB-C DisplayPort (DP Alt Mode)
This USB Type-C® port delivers transfer speeds of up to 10 Gbps, and it supports an alternate mode that provides DisplayPort™ 1.4 output for up to 8K resolution at 60 Hz. This new feature gives creators premium-grade flexibility to choose between high-speed data or an additional hi-res display*.
*This functionality requires the bundled DP-to-DP cable to be connected from an installed graphics card to the DP IN port located on the rear I/O panel of the motherboard.
USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 Type-C® front-panel connector with Quick Charge 4+
USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 boosts data transfers with speeds of up to 20 Gbps. This header also features Quick Charge 4+ technology that can quickly charge your pen display, tablet or mobile phone up to 60 watts by using a PCIe power supply cable plugged into the nearby 6-pin connector.
ProArt B650-Creator features USB4® support via a Thunderbolt™ (USB4®) header. With an ASUS add-on card*, ProArt motherboards can enable bi-directional speeds of up to 40 Gbps on a single cable, while providing power to fast-charge device. Additionally, this card has a daisy-chain function for multi-screen connection and supports up to dual displays with 4K resolution.
*ASUS add-on card is sold separately.
The ProArt B650-Creator supports multi-card configurations for expandability and flexibility in various professional workload scenarios such as 3D animation, video editing, audio production and SSD storage capacity upgrades.
2.5 Gb and 1 Gb Ethernet provide fast data transfers simultaneously for internet and for local network-attached storage (NAS), allowing for improved data organization and security.
M.2 Slot (Key E)
ProArt B650-Creator features an M.2 slot (key E) which can support type 2230 WiFi/Bluetooth modules*.
*WiFi/BT modules are sold separately.
PCIe 5.0 M.2 Storage
The ProArt B650-Creator features three onboard M.2 slots, one of which is PCIe 5.0-ready to offer blistering 16 GB/s speed, while the remaining pair can still deliver massive 8 GB/s transfers through their PCIe 4.0 interfaces.
The core of your powerful workstation
Robust power design
12+2 teamed power stages
Rated for 60 amps and combining high-side and low-side MOSFETs and drivers into a single package, these stages deliver power and efficiency tailored for the latest AMD Ryzen 7000 series processors.
Digi+ power control
The ASUS Digi+ voltage-regulator module (VRM) is one of the finest in the industry and ensures ultra-smooth power delivery to the CPU.
ProCool power connectors
Built to tight specifications to ensure flush contact with PSU power lines. The resulting lower impedance helps to prevent hotspots and connector failure.
Chokes & capacitors
Superior alloy chokes and durable capacitors are engineered to resist extreme temperatures, providing a higher level of performance than the industry standard.
Tuning is now faster and smarter than ever before. ASUS AI Overclocking profiles the CPU and cooling to predict the optimal configuration and push the system to its limits. Predicted values can be engaged automatically or used as a launching ground for further experimentation.What’s New? >>
Dynamic OC Switcher
Lightly-threaded tasks get fantastic uplift using AMD Precision Boost Overdrive (PBO), but all-core frequencies can be pushed higher via traditional overclocking. The Dynamic OC Switcher lets you have the best of both worlds by engaging the better system for each job based on the CPU current or temperature.Learn more about Dynamic OC Switcher >>
Core Flex empowers you to smash limits farther than ever before by letting you control power and thermals in creative new ways. In its simplest form, you can let your system run unrestricted during lighter loads and set breakpoints to gradually reduce power consumption as temperature increases. But the system is extremely adaptable, supporting multiple user-controlled functions that can manipulate parameters independently so that you can bend CPU performance to your will.
AMD Precision Boost Overdrive (PBO) pushes the CPU current and voltage budget to opportunistically increase performance. By aggressively tuning the PBO parameters, AMD’s algorithm can leverage the motherboard’s robust power solution to ramp up performance even higher.
As the first foray of AI Overclocking on an AMD architecture, the set of parameters has changed substantially, but voltage and clock speeds are still the primary targets for adjustment.
Predictive settings in the utility are designed to work in tandem with Precision Boost Overdrive (PBO), but they go one step further by enhancing the values for EDC, TDC, and PPT, as well as tuning the curve optimizer.
Finally, by enabling the Dynamic OC Switcher, AI Overclocking ensures that the CPU is using ideal settings whether in single- or multi-threaded workloads.
By managing the Electrical Design Current (EDC) in tandem with the total current, this CPU can gain extra performance for short, demanding bursts.
During lightly threaded workloads, below 35A, the Level 1 EDC is set to a low value, in this case 60.
As more cores are needed, the EDC is set to 120, which was found by this user to be a sweet spot for performance.
Once the CPU passes 70A, it is in multi-threaded territory, where it was found that a high EDC of 250 gave optimal performance.
In order to let the CPU cool off if its temperatures go too high, this user constrains the Package Power Target (PPT) when thermals increase. Specifically the short-term value (“Fast”) is used.
Until the CPU reaches 70°, it can run at full performance, so 350W is set to give plenty of overhead.
At that point, the power limit reduces to 220W, to let the CPU start reducing heat.
If it is still under sustained load and keeps getting hotter, then a more stringent 165W PPT is set at 85°.
The ProArt B650-Creator enhances DDR5 performance by providing overclocking options that would otherwise be locked, whether you’re dealing with high-speed or entry-level memory modules.
- DDR5 Strength
- ASUS Enhanced Memory Profile
For those who want to fly past stock DDR5 speeds, the ProArt B650-Creator is ready for enthusiast-grade kits, courtesy of vast AMD EXtended Profiles for Overclocking (EXPO) support. Seasoned veterans can further tweak performance via an extensive array of settings in the UEFI.
ASUS Enhanced Memory Profile (AEMP) is an exclusive firmware feature for PMIC-restricted memory modules. AEMP automatically detects the memory chips on your kit and then presents optimized frequency, timing and voltage profiles that you can effortlessly apply to unleash performance.
Flexible Air- and Liquid-Cooling Controls
ASUS Fan Xpert 4 software provides comprehensive control over fans, water pumps and all-in-one (AIO) coolers. Whether cooling with air or water, an Auto-Tuning mode intelligently configures all parameters with a single click. There’s also an Extreme Quiet mode that reduces all fan speeds to below the default minimum to keep your system whisper-quiet when performing light tasks. Fans, water pumps and AIO coolers can also be controlled via the UEFI BIOS.
Everything you need to optimize workflow
Two-Way AI Noise Cancelation
As working from home becomes the new normal, clear online communication is more critical than ever. Two-Way AI Noise Cancelation is an audio utility that leverages a massive deep-learning database to reduce background noise from the microphone* and incoming audio. Distracting keyboard clatter, mouse clicks and other ambient noises are smartly pared back so your calls and video conferences with partners and clients are crystal clear.
*An audio splitter (3.5 mm audio jack Y-cable) is necessary when using a 3.5 mm headset.
Customize your personal settings
ProArt Creator Hub is your personal portal to monitor your PC status, personalize settings or optimize your workflow. It features an intuitive overview dashboard, quickly switching fan profiles and makes short work of switching between different performance modes.
Fan profile setting
Detailed info on your system status and connected ProArt devices.
Four performance presets can quickly adjust the balance of noise and cooling for all fans connected to the motherboard.
To streamline your workflow, you can select up to eight apps to be launched at the same time from the desktop.
CreationFirst is a network-optimization application offers five network modes to optimize bandwidth efficiency for different tasks.
Security control and remote management
Advanced security management functions from ASUS Control Center Express protects the systems and confidential data in your creative studio.Learn more about ASUS Control Center Express >>
USB port management
Enable or disable the USB port or set it to Read-Only to prevent data leaks.
For added security, a software blacklist is available to help prevent the use of high-risk applications.
Registry Editor on/off
Remotely disable the Registry Editor on client devices to prevent unauthorized changes to system configurations.
ProArt B650-Creator is engineered and rigorously tested to offer superior quality, stability and compatibility to ensure that it empowers creativity for years to come.
THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING.
FROM THIS NEW PLATFORM, YOU CAN SEE THE FUTURE
Build your next rig with an AMD Ryzen™ 7000 Series processor and ProArt B650-Creator to experience advanced performance. With up to 16 “Zen 4” cores and 32 threads, boost clocks of up to 5.7GHz, and 80MB cache, the AMD Ryzen™ 7000 Series keeps you ahead of the game.1
You’ll also gain access to new features for creators with AMD Socket AM5, from the speed of DDR5 memory to the increased bandwidth of PCIe® 5.0. AMD Ryzen™ 7000 Series processors and AMD socket AM5 motherboards are unlocked for overclocking to personalize your experience. Gain even more performance when you overclock your DDR5 memory with AMD EXPO™ technology.2
- Max boost for AMD Ryzen processors is the maximum frequency achievable by a single core on the processor running a bursty single-threaded workload. Max boost will vary based on several factors, including, but not limited to: thermal paste; system cooling; motherboard design and BIOS; the latest AMD chipset driver; and the latest OS updates. GD-150
- Overclocking and/or undervolting AMD processors and memory, including without limitation, altering clock frequencies / multipliers or memory timing / voltage, to operate outside of AMD’s published specifications will void any applicable AMD product warranty, even when enabled via AMD hardware and/or software. This may also void warranties offered by the system manufacturer or retailer. Users assume all risks and liabilities that may arise out of overclocking and/or undervolting AMD processors, including, without limitation, failure of or damage to hardware, reduced system performance and/or data loss, corruption or vulnerability. GD-106