In this episode of our weekly tech podcast we talk about our reviews of the WD Black NVMe SSD, the budget-minded Viotek GN32Q display, a very cool air cooler from Cooler Master, and much more!
- CES 2018
GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co. Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, is releasing the new AORUS X470 Gaming motherboards based on the AMD X470 Chipset. This launch follows the announcement of 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen Processors and the motherboards themselves represent the pinnacle of performance on this new AMD platform by means of an updated power design with up to 10+2 power phases, future-proof connectivity with USB Type-C as well as improved Audio and Wi-Fi capabilities.
And now ASUS is ready for the second wave with a fresh family of motherboards based on the new AMD X470 chipset. The X470 chipset is designed to enhance the performance of the next generation AMD Ryzen 2000 series of processors code named Pinnacle Ridge and yet retains backward compatibility with current Ryzen processors.
The leading global motherboard manufacturer, ASRock, is pleased to announce the launch of the its new AMD X470 motherboard series with ASRock's new high end product line, the Taichi Ultimate. These motherboards, the latest in...
With the launch of AMD's Ryzen 2000 processors right around the corner more photos of upcoming X470 motherboards are being leaked to the web. Today we have MSI's upcoming X470 Gaming Pro Carbon AC motherboard.
We have another leak surrounding the AMD's upcoming X470 chipset, which is set to launch with the company's upcoming "Pinnacle Ridge" Ryzen 2000 series processors. Today we have a leaked shot of the ASUS ROG Crosshair VII Hero Motherboard packaging. The is the WiFi variant, so it will include a WLAN card.
The guys over at VideoCards received a photo from an unnamed source of an unknown ASUS X470 motherboard. Taking a look at the design we assume that it is part of the Strix series. While we actually don't see any Strix branding on the board, we do see the same 8+2 phase VRM and rear I/O cover that was used on the ASUS ROG Strix X370-F motherboard.
Gigabyte wanted to give us a little preview of what they had in store for AMD's Zen+ when it launches later this year. They actually showed us an X470 motherboard! It was their AORUS X470 Gaming 7 WiFi.