AMD X570 motherboards are going to be released alongside the upcoming AMD Ryzen 3000 series CPUs and one of the major selling points of these motherboards is going to be PCI Gen 4. AMD X570 motherboards have been teased by Biostar and ASRock. While the sockets of these motherboards are not visible it is more than likely that they will use the AMD AM4 socket which the previous CPUs use.
The timing of both these teasers cannot be a coincidence and it is more than likely that we are going to get more information soon and we could even get a release date for the upcoming AMD Ryzen 3000 series CPUs. We expected to hear something about the AMD X570 motherboards and upcoming chips at E3 2019 but from what we are seeing here, we could get to learn more a lot sooner.
The AMD X570 motherboard is part of the new ASRock Phantom Gaming series. We can see that the motherboard is going to have RGB lighting which is nothing new and you expect that from a motherboard in 2019. You can also see the heat spreader for the M.2 SSD. Other than that there is nothing much that we can see.
The teaser from Biostar is pretty direct and mentions the following:
BIOSTAR will be launching its latest gaming, home entertainment, edge computing and smart home solutions at COMPUTEX held in Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center held between May 28th and June 1st, 2019. Key launches this year will be BIOSTAR’s fourth-generation RACING series motherboards for the new AMD Ryzen platform.
This means that we will be able to see AMD X570 motherboards at Computex 2019. If Biostar is going to be showing off new products at Computex then you can expect other motherboard manufacturers like Asus and MSI to do the same thing as well.
AMD is also going to release some new graphics cards that are based on the AMD Navi architecture and we are waiting to see how they hold up against Nvidia Turing GPUs.
Let us know what you think about the upcoming AMD X570 motherboards and whether or not you are interested in getting one for yourself.