AMD was relied upon to uncover a couple of extra products its New Horizon occasion amidst December, however that didn’t occur. All we saw were a couple of demos showcasing the performance of its Ryzen desktop processor and a quick look at the organization’s forthcoming chip plan codenamed “Vega.” The normal motherboard stuff was evidently put something aside for CES 2017.
First off, there were five motherboard creator companies at the Las Vegas tech tradition showing an aggregate of 16 AM4-based solutions prepared for AMD’s up and coming Ryzen desktop processors. They depend on the X370 and X300 chipsets, with the X370 serving the top of the line desktop business that requests a extreme performance, numerous GPU cards, and the most recent motherboard specifications.
Here are the Motherboards on exhibition at the CES 2017:
|X370 Taichi||B350M-C||X370GT7||GA-AX370-Gaming K5||A320M Pro-VD|
|X370 Gaming K4||X350GT5||GA-AX370-Gaming 5||X370 Xpower Gaming Titanium|
|AB350 Gaming K4||X350GT3||AB350-Gaming 3||B350 Tomahawk|
|A320M Pro4||A320M-HD3||B350M Mortar|
Some of the new motherboards incorporate support for dual-channel DDR4 memory, M.2 SATA devices, NVMe devices, PCI Express 3.0, and USB 3.1 Gen 1/Gen 2 connectivity. These motherboards will likewise incorporate dedicated PCI Express lanes for USB, graphics, data, and other I/O connectivity for super-fast performance and data transfer speeds.