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ASRock's X570 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB3 is the first AMD-based motherboard to earn Intel certification for Thunderbolt.
With mid-priced X570 boards hovering around $300, ASRock shows us what it can do to satisfy the $200 market with its X570 Steel Legend. We weren’t disappointed.
Dedicating more shipments to AMD-based motherboards is reportedly expected to help boost ASRock revenue in 2020.
DFI is the first to list motherboards with the W480 and Q470 chipsets for Comet Lake's LGA1200 CPU socket.
Back in 2018, the X299 ROG Strix was almost good enough for a recommendation. Now with 10th Gen support, does the latest rendition rise to the occasion?
The Creator TRX40 from MSI has a better feature set than it’s competitor’s TRX40 Creator, but is it worth the price difference?
A modder called "DerRuehrer" showed that X570 boards can be cooled passively with a custom heatsink.
Enter now, and you could win a Thermaltake tempered-glass case and Supermicro motherboard for your next mini-ITX build!
ASRock released a new firmware (Version 1.4) for its X299 Taichi CLX motherboard that brings support for RDIMMs. Standard DIMMs currently max out at 32GB per stick. However, there are two caveats.
More onboard, less above the board, what’s not to love about the Gigabtyte's new TRX40 Threadripper motherboard?
ASRock’s middle board offers faster networking and a better slot configuration at a lower cost. What are we giving up?
Overclocker Nick Shih filled ASRock's X299 Taichi CLX workstation-grade motherboard with 1TB of memory when the motherboard only officially supports up to 256GB.
With two 10GbE ports and twin Thunderbolt 3, the X299X Designare 10G is the champion of connectivity.
Boasting the firm’s first x16-x8-x16-x8 CPU-PCIe configuration, does ASRock’s first board for Intel’s 10th-gen Core Extreme have the performance and stability to make it a viable choice?
ASRock’s TRX40 Taichi leads the charge into sTRX4 motherboard reviews: Does it have the features and power to earn our respect?
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