Gigabyte X570S Motherboards for AMD Ryzen 3+ Spotted Online

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Multiple Gigabyte X570S motherboards have been spotted in an EEC listing which have been designed for AMD’s Ryzen Desktop CPU refresh Warhol, which is based on the enhanced Zen 3 core architecture. Gigabyte has submitted a total of eight X570S motherboards over at EEC for approval.

In the EEC listing, both Gigabyte and AORUS variants of the X570S motherboards are present. For the moment, it is not known what the ‘S’ at the end of the X570 means but it is rumored that these motherboards could be the refreshed offerings that will launch alongside AMD’s Ryzen Desktop CPU Refresh lineup known as Warhol which will be featuring the Zen 3+ core architecture.

Following is the list of the X570S motherboards that were submitted at EEC (Via Komachi).

  • X570S AORUS Master
  • X570S AORUS Elite AX
  • X570S AORUS Pro AX
  • X570S AERO G
  • X570SI AORUS Pro AX
  • X570S AORUS Elite
  • X570S Gaming X
  • X570S UD

Whenever a new CPU family is launched by AMD, motherboard manufacturers refresh their product lineups. X570 motherboards received a refresh when the Ryzen 5000 Desktop CPUs arrived. A third refresh could be offered in the form of X570S for the AMD Ryzen Warhol Refresh lineup.

A reliable leaker known as Yuko Yoshida has said that AMD will be releasing its next-generation Ryzen mainstream CPUs, codenamed Warhol very soon. As for the naming scheme, it is likely that Warhol CPUs could either use the existing Ryzen 5000 CPU branding with an additional notifier such as XT on the Matisse Refresh CPUs or AMD could just simply call the Ryzen 6000 Desktop CPUs.

Olrak on Twitter posted some information about the Warhol CPUs from the speculated roadmap. Warhol will be featuring the Zen 3+ core architecture. The CPUs were previously expected to be the first family for the AM5 platform but that has changed and now the family is headed out to the AM4 platform.

Gigabyte X570S

Image Credit: Olrak

The X570S motherboards will be the last hurrah for the AM4 platform before AMD completely hops onboard its brand new AM5 platform which is also expected to debut later this year or early next year with DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 support.

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