ASRock’s AMD B650 LiveMixer motherboard is here to make a splash

Published: Aug 30th 2022, 14:28 GMT   Comments

ASRock’s B650 LiveMixer motherboard has been pictured

One of the first mid-range AMD B650 motherboards poses for a photo. 

Yesterday, AMD announced it will offer a range of 600-series motherboards packed with support for Ryzen 7000 CPUs. These are the new motherboards equipped with AM5 LGA-1718 socket, DDR5 memory slots and PCIe Gen5 for next-gen storage.

The company also announced it will offer B650E chipset which is the “Extreme” version featuring PCIe Gen5 support for the PCIe x16 and M.2 slots (so GPU and storage). There were, however, no announcements of the B650 motherboards yet.

ASRock B650 LiveMixer, Source: Weibo

Over at Weibo, there is a first photo of ASRock’s new LiveMixer series using the best color combination ever: black, yellow and white. The picture only shows the B650 non-E bare board design without any components installed yet.

The board may be equipped with 16+2+1 VRM design, dual EPS connectors and one full-sized PCIe X16 and two X4 slots. Since this is a non-Extreme motherboard those should be Gen4. There is also room for as many as two M.2 devices and one Mini-PCIe.

According to AMD, the B650 motherboard series should be available in October.

Source: 快乐肥宅庆先森

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