AMD X670E-based AM5 motherboards from Asus listed, ready for next-generation Ryzen 7000-series processors and starting at $670.
MSI’s MPG X670E Carbon Wi-Fi is about €620, and the MSI Pro X670-P Wi-Fi about €410 on average. Converting to USD and taking off VAT would give pricing of $495 and $320, respectively.
Gigabyte has revealed some new quality-of-life updates for its motherboards, featuring a latchless PCIe slot and a screwless M.2 slot.
Overclockers are now receiving AM5 X670E motherboard samples ahead of reviews to overclock AMD's Ryzen 7000 processors.
AMD Ryzen 7000 and AM5 motherboards are confirmed to be launching on September 15th, just a month away from now.
Asus, ASRock, Biostar, Gigabyte, and MSI reveal upcoming AM5 motherboards for AMD's Ryzen 7000-series Zen 4 (Raphael) processors.
A new mysterious motherboard diagram that looks like an AMD AM5 variant of Asus' ROG overclocking motherboards has been shared online.
AMD's upcoming high-end Ryzen 9 7000-series processors will be hot, but mainstream CPUs will be cooler.
Gigabyte isn’t bothering with pre-launch “for power-up purposes” BIOS files. Instead you will get an optimized performance BIOS in time for the availability of 13th Gen Intel Core processors.
MSI readies a big stack of BIOS updates, but in the small print says that are “for power-up purposes only and is not suitable for performance testing.”
Asus announces '600 Series Motherboards Support' for Intel Raptor Lake CPUs but has only listed its 23 Intel Z690 designs.
Overclocker Lupin No Musume ran a Core i9-12900K system with four P-cores enabled, and used extreme cooling for this achievement.
ASRock recently unveiled two new Wi-Fi 6E upgrade kits for AM4 and LGA1700 platforms. The kit will be optimal for users running on older Wi-Fi 5 or Wi-Fi 6 wireless modules and need faster speeds.
Due to softening demand, AMD, Apple, and Nvidia are reportedly reducing orders for TSMC's 5nm wafers.
ASRock has just announced full compatibility with Intel's upcoming Raptor Lake processors on most of its current 600-series motherboards. The only requirement is a BIOS update.