AMD has yet to officially launch the B450 chipset. However, that didn’t stop motherboard manufacturers from showcasing their upcoming AM4 B450 motherboards at Computex 2018.
ASRock’s compact Z370 motherboard promises to put big overclocking of medium processors into small cases. We take a closer look.
Does ASRock’s $200 X299 Extreme4 have the features and stability to push value seekers into Intel’s “High End Desktop” platform?
ASRock launched six new motherboards based on the AMD X470 chipset. The boards are split over the company’sTaichi, Master, and Fatal1ty series and cover ATX and ITX form factors.
New mainstream chipsets integrate a couple formerly-pricey features for the first time in three years. We test three boards to find out more!
ASRock launched its first graphics cards, which are custom versions of AMD’s Radeon RX 580, RX 570, RX 560, and RX 550.
Can the Z370 Extreme4 balance features, performance, and overclocking against a midrange price for a value victory?
Is ASRock going to start making discrete graphics cards? As is often the case with internet rumors, it's usually a few drops of truth mingling with so much hot air.
ASRock updated its DeskMini small form factor (SFF) bare-bones gaming PCs with the latest Intel Z370 chipset, giving users the ability to equip them with 8th generation Intel processors.
Will the X399 Taichi give us style and performance while driving a value position for an already expensive platform?
Leading up to CES 2018, ASRrock has announced its intentions to showcase a pair of new Micro ATX motherboards and a small form factor PC at the show.
Designed exclusively for Intel’s Skylake-X series LGA 2066 processors, can the X299E-ITX/ac put full-size computing power into small cases?
ASRock improves upon the Taichi's performance with the Gaming i7, but is the price increase worth it?
ASRock’s special edition overclocking board boasts a variety of customization from legendary overclocker Nick Shih. Can it beat its competitors?
Asrock announced a Z370 powered motherboard for just about every occasion. Overclocking? Check. Gaming, VR and multi-GPU? Check. High-End Desktop? Check.
Asrock’s latest motherboard offering is designed specifically for overclockers. The company proudly claimed that the X299 OC Formula was “BORN TO BREAK THE LIMITS” (in all caps).
Does the ASRock board with the excessive name have the excess features to make it worth $100 over its base model?
Gigabyte blows out the X299 pricing floor with its Aorus Gaming 3. Will it have a value appeal to computing enthusiasts?