Following previous rumors about the X670E chipset for the Ryzen 7000 processors, it is now certain that the first AM5 motherboards will be discussed during Computex. Gigabyte has confirmed the arrival of some X670-based models, in addition, screenshots have also appeared.
In a press release, Gigabyte notes that several AM5 motherboards are planned, including the X670 Aorus Xtreme, Master, Pro AX, Aero D., and SSDs.
Additionally, a now-hidden video has been spotted on ASRock’s YouTube channel that will not be available to the general public for five days, referring to both the X670 and X670E. According to the description, the manufacturer will announce several new AMD motherboards, such as the X670E Taichi with 26 power phases. Moreover, a special edition of the X670E Taichi Carrara was mentioned in honor of the company’s 20th anniversary.
On Monday 23 May at 8:00 AM EET, AMD CEO Lisa Su will give a keynote address in the context of Computex. The next generation of Ryzen processors and their motherboards will likely be covered, which means more information will follow over the next week. This year Computex runs through May 27.
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