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[VC/eTeknix] ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI and ASRock to detail TR X399 motherboards on July 25th

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On July 25th AMD will host Meet the Experts webinar with representatives from ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, and ASRock, who will provide detailed information on their upcoming X399 motherboards.

AMD’s first high-end desktop platform for Ryzen Threadripper is officially coming early August. It is believed that AMD will give us a new showcase of Threadripper’s performance at SIGGRAPH in just 10 days. Meanwhile, AMD partners are working hard to deliver X399 motherboards for the upcoming launch.

The X399 motherboards are likely to get similar features to Intel’s X299 motherboards. We might be seeing more PCIe and M.2 slots as Threadripper will support more PCIe lanes compared to Core-X series.

So far we have only seen four X399 motherboards from ASUS, ASRock and Gigabyte. MSI have not shown any motherboard yet.

AMD Meet the Experts:
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On this month’s Meet the Experts, we will provide a deep dive on the new X399 motherboards built to support the new AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ Processors.

Guest speakers from Asus®, Gigabyte™, MSI®, and ASRock® will provide an in-depth look on the positioning, features and specifications of these new motherboards.

Source: https://videocardz.com/71002/asus-gigabyte-msi-and-asrock-to-detail-x399-motherboards-on-july-25th
Source 2: https://www.eteknix.com/amd-ryzen-threadripper-x399-motherboards-july-25th/
Edited by BiG StroOnZ - 7/20/17 at 9:39pm
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Such tiny VRM....Are the charcoal mines going on a Strike ?!? tongue.gif

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Such tiny VRM....Are the charcoal mines going on a Strike ?!? tongue.gif

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Those are chokes, not VRMs.
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You don't see the point and pick on wards.. I've must have been to subtle ph34r-smiley.gif
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All boards have heatsinks to the left of the mem slots between the I/O and ram slots. So more than likely more power phases.
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I had hoped they'd learnt their lesson from X299. But it appears not.


Prepare for more over heating VRMS
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ASUS states on their Zenith Extreme exposé that they use the same power solution as their X299 Rampage VI Extreme:
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Designed to propel high-end AMD desktops to the next level, the Zenith starts by optimizing everything around the CPU and its beefy, server-style TR4 socket. The board uses the same power solution as the Rampage VI Extreme based on Intel’s competing X299 platform for Skylake-X and friends. This incarnation adds cooling for serious overclocking with a finned VRM heatsink and fan tucked under the I/O shield. The fan only comes on when demand dictates, making it stealthy for day-to-day use.

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Damn, they actually used their brain this time. Nice.
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Am I the only one wondering why the AsRock x399 board has Intel branding on it? confused.gif
Edited by InvaderMig - 7/21/17 at 5:27am
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