The Taiwanese company is the first to provide us with a taste of the platform for future Ryzen 2000 processors - Am Motherboard Which includes the X470 chipset
The Ryzen desktop processors AMD Very relevant to the upgrades and buyers of the new computers, even now, thanks to the official cut cost they received very recently - but the situation in the market will become even more intriguing in early April, so a new generation of improved Ryzen processors will be added to the campaign, which can further reduce Performance gaps for a single core and efficiency between the red chip developer and its regular competitor Intel.
Ryzen 2000 processors with Zen + cores and an improved production process by 12 nm will be accompanied by a new generation of motherboards and chipsets with the most advanced offering being the X470 - and at CES we were able to get a first illustration of the future offering, courtesy of GIGABYTE.
The second-largest motherboard maker in the field showcased its Gaming 7 WiFi model under the sub-brandAORUS And with the aforementioned X470 chipset, which looks like a direct successor to the X370 board AORUS Gaming 7 of the company.
You will find a printed circuit with 10 power supply phase for the socket and the processor inside it and another pair of phase for the dynamic memories, with the VRM components responsible for this body Cooling The 8 display can display fault segments even without connecting to an operating system or display devices, matching the BIOS settings between them that can be crossed and which can be erased at the touch of a button on the board itself, LED lights at a number of strategic points, protect the dynamic memory connections, PCI-Express for improved mechanical strength, a rear plate to secure the processor's AM4 bracket area and even a card Network With built - in connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11ac Double Channel.
The board contains three PCI-Express 3.0 × 16 connections, memory support DDR4 At maximum speed up to 4,000MT / s, optical audio outputs and also three connections USB 3.1 at a speed of 10 gigabit per second, which probably means that the new generation will have the most built-in support from these modern connections compared to the current generation.
The second generation of Ryzen and its motherboards will be more economical in their power consumption, with better compatibility with different types of dynamic memories and at different working speeds - and mostly more lucrative than the current generation, so there is definitely something to look forward to, with or without this debut board of GIGABYTE.