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.
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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.
Leaked information shows twelve new ASRock Z790 and H770 modes that the company is working on, with some of these boards being DDR4 variants.
If this motherboard comes under $180, it could popularize Alder Lake non-K processor overclocking. Moreover, its Renesas external clock generator facilitates PCIe 5.0 support.
Here is a full roundup of AM4 motherboard brands which have adopted the new AMD AGESA 188.8.131.52 microcode update supporting Ryzen 5000 on older chipsets and the new fTPM hotfix.
The new socket LGA1851 could be the same length and width as LGA1700, but the 3D Foveros chip CPU package might be a tiny bit thicker, according to a leaked diagram.
The NZXT motherboards for Alder Lake have arrived, but they only support DDR4. NZXT's N5 and N7 Z690 motherboards are priced at at $239.99 and $299.99, respectively.
ASRock has revealed product pages for five new X670E and X670 motherboards it's producing, including two Taichi models, a Steel Legend model, PG model, and an Pro RS model.
Twitter user shares photographs of MSI's upcoming MAG B660M Mortar Max WiFi DDR4 motherboard with BCLK overclocking and PCIe 5.0 support.
Biostar has announced a new motherboard at Computex 2022 running on AMD's new AM5 socket known as the X670E Valkyrie.
MSI reveals new information on AMD's AM5 platform in the latest installment of the MSI Insider show.
AMD has introduced a multi-chiplet design to its X670 and X670E chipsets, making them super cost-effective and easy to cool in comparison to a monolithic design like X570.
Memory overclocking tech seems to have been used during AMD's Computex performance demos for systems with DDR5-6000CL30 and DDR5-6400CL32 configurations.
Intel and AMD motherboard partners appear to be setting a trend for armor laden boards with clean and minimal airflow-friendly designs.
AMD's latest AM5 socket receives the ROG treatment in a motherboard heavily influenced by the number five.