In a few days, the Taipei Computer Show will open, and major manufacturers will take the opportunity to unveil new products, the most anticipated of which is the AMD Zen4 architecture of the Ryzen™ 7000 series processor, and the supporting 600 series motherboard.
ASRock showed an X670 motherboard in a trailer, the model is "X670E Taichi" is exactly the use of high-end version X670E, for graphics cards, solid-state drives are supported PCIe 5.0.
Two PCIe x16s can be seen on the board, both of which are expected to support PCIe 5.0, as well as four DDR5 memory slots, which are no longer compatible with DDR4.
The entire motherboard is covered with thermal armor, especially the chipset area, and the active fan.
GIGABYTE previewed a variety of models, including 670 AORUS XTREME, MASTER, PRO AX, and X670 AERO D for designers, and made it clear that graphics cards and solid-state drives support PCIe 5.0, which also seems to be X670E.
The memory is still DDR5, four slots.
The question now is, does the motherboard model distinguish between X670 and X670E? Or is it all called X670? Just like the upgraded X570...