ASRock Teases Ryzen Threadripper X399 Motherboard Line Up

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅31.07.2017 22:43:57

The AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors are coming this August and with that comes the X399 motherboards from partner manufacturers like ASRock. ASRock teases its AMD X399 motherboard line up ahead of the Ryzen Threadripper launch featuring two models – the X399 Taichi and Fatal1ty X399 Professional Gaming motherboards. ASRock’s X399 motherboards feature IR3555M Dr. MOS and premium 60A power chokes, it is optimized for monitoring current and temperature to maintain stable power and flawless performance, even at peak loads and during overclocking.

Watch the ASRock X399 Motherboard introduction video below.

ASRock Fatal1ty X399 Professional Gaming

ASRock's Fatal1ty X399 Professional Gaming board offers modern high-speed networking solutions such as AQUANTIA 10Gb/s LAN. The board's 1 x U.2 connector and 3 x Ultra M.2 sockets easily support high-end SSDs for lightning fast start-up and game level loading. ASRock's X399 motherboards supports 4-Way operation for both Nvidia SLI and AMD CrossFireX. All the PCIe lanes are supported directly from the CPU without using an additional bridge controller, to ensure unhindered graphics performance.

ASRock X399 Taichi

ASRock X399 Taichi Motherboard provides access to extreme Ryzen Threadripper performance. The X399 is the first ever AMD platform to provide quad channel, eight DIMMs DDR4 memory slots with ECC and non-ECC support, and memory overclocking up to 3600MHz. The Taichi motherboard provides outstanding networking support, thanks to Intel Dual LAN sockets, plus Intel 802.11ac WiFi. The X399 Taichi also supports three PCIe Gen3 x4 Ultra M.2 slots that deliver up to 32Gb/s transfer speed, and SATA3 6Gb/s M.2 modules.

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ASRock Fatal1ty X399 Professional Gaming
ASRock X399 Taichi
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