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ASRock designed a Sonic-themed Z790 motherboard

Fans of Sonic the Hedgehog planning to build a system with a 13th Gen Core chip should take a look at ASRock's new motherboard. Named Z790 PG Sonic, the new motherboard is covered in Sonic-themed decals, as the same implies. Based on the ASRock Z790 Phantom Gaming Riptide motherboard, the …

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AMD may reveal more on Ryzen 7000 CPUs at an event next week

As the company confirmed over the summer, AMD is currently preparing for the rollout of Ryzen 7000 series desktop processors and new Socket AM5 motherboards. It has been a while since the last official update, but AMD won't keep us waiting much longer, as an upcoming AMD event should bring …

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ASRock AMD X670E and B650 motherboard line-up leaks

Similar to the ASRock Intel 700-series motherboard line-up, the vendor's AMD 600-series motherboard range has also leaked, including upcoming X670E and B650 models.  VideoCardz was the first to share ASRock's AMD 600-series motherboard line-up, which, surprisingly, didn't include any X670 motherboards. However, the leak does include five X670E models – Taichi, Taichi …

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AMD Ryzen 5000 processors already supported on most A520, B550 and X570 motherboards

During the Ryzen 5000 series announcement, AMD promised that "over 100 AMD 500 series motherboards from all major motherboard manufacturers" will be ready for the Ryzen 5000 processors. As it seems, they were not lying as most motherboard manufacturers already have at least an AGESA Combo-AM4 v2 1.0.8.x firmware update ready to be downloaded.

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ASRock Introduces the DeskMini H470 and DeskMini X300

This week, ASRock introduced the DeskMini H470 & DeskMini X300 – two mini desktops that come equipped with either Intel 10th Gen CPU or a Ryzen 7 APU. ASRock DeskMini H470 uses the Intel H470 chipset, which supports Intel 10th Gen 65W LGA1200 processors and dual-channel DDR4-2933 memory. The DeskMini H470 also features USB …

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