AMD X670E motherboard already in reviewer’s hands

Published: Aug 9th 2022, 08:07 GMT   Comments

AORUS X670E Aorus Master ships to reviewer

AMD spares no time; the review samples of upcoming AMD X670E motherboards are already in reviewers hands.

Last week AMD made a formal showcase of its partner’s high-end X670E/X670 motherboard series. None of these are available yet, but the message was clear, both AMD and motherboard makers are ready for the launch of Ryzen 7000 series.

Gigabyte X670E AORUS Master, Source: SkatterBencher

In fact, they are so ready that AMD board partners are now shipping X670E motherboards to reviewers. The first picture of a review sample out in the wild was posted by SkatterBencher, better known for his Threadripper 5000 overclocking guides. Since we are still more than a month away from the official launch of the new Ryzen series, this unit had to be shipped by Gigabyte themselves.

Gigabyte has provided the reviewer with a unit of X670E AORUS Master, the second-best motherboard from Gigabyte’s lineup. This board is equipped with 16+2+2 power phase design and supports up to four DDR5 memory modules.

The AORUS Master with AM5 socket supports up to four M.2 drives, two PCIe Gen5 x4 and two Gen4 x4, all supporting screwless design. In fact, Gigabyte motherboards also have easy quick release system for PCIe x16 slot as well.

According to the leaks, AMD is set to launch its Ryzen 7000 CPUs on September 15th, however, the formal announcement is now expected in late August. The X670 motherboards are reportedly also launching on the same day.

Source: SkatterBencher

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