ASRock confirms X299 and X399 motherboards

Published: May 23rd 2017, 20:01 GMT   Comments

ASRock has just confirmed upcoming X299 and X399 motherboards.

ASRock X299 motherboards

Before you ask, there are no pictures. What we have are entries from ASRock website, which already list four X299 motherboards:

  • X299 Fatal1ty Professional Gaming i9
  • X299 Fatal1ty Professional Gaming i7
  • X299 Gaming K6
  • X299 Taichi

The i9 motherboard would indirectly confirm upcoming i9 Core-X series.

CDLBL=Fatal1ty X299-00.01
Model=”X299 Professional Gaming i7″, “X299 Gaming K6

Model=”X299 Taichi

CDLBL=Fatal1ty X299-00.02
Model=”X299 Professional Gaming i9“, “X299 Gaming K6”

ASRock X399 motherboard

The ASRock Fatal1ty X399 Professional Gaming is currently the only confirmed model based on this chipset. In fact, this entry is basically the first confirmation that AMD Threadripper platform will utilize X399 chipset, because to this day, it was only a rumor.

This also means that Intel will have a problem with future HEDT platform as X399 chipset name will already be occupied by AMD.

CDLBL=Fatal1ty X399-00.01
Model=”X399 Professional Gaming”

Speaking of Ryzen motherboards, ASRock also confirmed upcoming ITX models:

  • X370 Gaming-ITX/ac
  • AB350 Gaming-ITX/ac

You heard it here first. WhyCry Out.

Example: X399 Professional Gaming Entry

Many thanks to Bruno for the tip!

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