EVGA teases AMD-based motherboard, X570 Dark coming?

Published: 29th Jun 2021, 14:10 GMT   Comments

EVGA to launch X570(S) Dark motherboard for AMD Ryzen CPUs?

EVGA to join the club of AMD motherboard manufacturers.

EVGA AMD Dark motherboard teaser vs AMD Ryzen logo, Source: EVGA & AMD

A short teaser has been published on EVGA social media. The company is now expected to launch a motherboard from its premium Dark series based on an AMD chipset. This is indicated by the Ryzen logo which appears briefly in the video:

[TEAMEVGA] A new Darkness is coming... (32,139 views)

Earlier this year EVGA introduced its Intel Z590 based Dark motherboard equipped with 22-phase VRM cooled by a large copper heatsink. The motherboard is equipped with two memory slots, which is usually a domain of motherboards for extreme overclocking. One would guess that this EVGA Dark motherboard is to feature the new X570S chipset, which does not require active chipset cooling.

EVGA Z590 Dark motherboard, Source: EVGA

Neither in the tweet nor in the YouTube video description EVGA provides a possible launch date for the product. That said, it may take some time for X570 Dark to appear in stores, but is it the right time to invest in an AM4 motherboard? Well, if you are into overclocking, then that shouldn’t be a concern.

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