Gigabyte has announced four TRX40 motherboards for AMD's next-gen Threadripper CPUs arriving November 25.
A leaked diagram of a Supermicro motherboard suggests the upcoming Whitley server platform for Cooper Lake-SP and Ice Lake-SP will support PCIe 4.0.
A mysterious tweet from Gigabyte today may have some clues about the naming for the new chipset for the upcoming AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3000 CPUs.
A compatibility listing names four Gigabyte motherboards with the TRX40 chipset: the Aorus Xtreme, Aorus Master, Aorus Pro Wi-Fi and Designare.
A report points to a first-generation AMD Ryzen CPU running on an X570 motherboard, even though those boards aren't supposed to be backwards compatible.
Rumored prices for two upcoming Asus TRX40 motherboards, targeting 3rd-gen AMD Threadripper, have been spotted.
MSI deployed new firmware with the AGESA 18.104.22.168 microcode for its X570 motherboards targeting AMD Ryzen 3000-series CPUs.
AMD's B550 chipset hasn't debuted for the desktop yet, but AMD has now confirmed that B550A OEM models are refreshed versions of 400-series motherboards.
Avoiding incompatible parts and getting the rig you really want is easy when you understand the basics of a few commonly used form factors.
If you update an X299 motherboard to support Cascade Lake-X, it will no longer support two Kaby Lake-X CPUs.