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ASRock Industrial Releases Upgrades in Industrial Motherboards with 13th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors
Taipei, Taiwan (Jan. 12, 2023) ASRock Industrial is pleased to introduce a range of upgrades in industrial motherboards powered by 13th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors (Raptor Lake-S) with up to 24 cores and 32 threads, supporting Intel® W680, Q670, and H610 chipsets. Featured as the first DDR5 ATX motherboards, the IMB-1714, IMB-X1714, and IMB-1713 are brand-new selections while encompassing upgraded support for the 12th Gen Intel® CPU motherboards lineup through BIOS update. They guarantee computing power with performance hybrid architecture and enhanced AI capabilities, rich IOs and expansions for up to PCIe Gen 5 slots, quad displays 4K@60Hz, USB 3.2 Gen2x2 (20 Gbit/s), triple Intel® 2.5 G LANs, multi-M.2 Key M, ECC memory, TPM 2.0, and more. The 13th Gen Intel® CPU motherboards cover comprehensive form factors, including Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, and ATX for diverse Edge AIoT applications, such as factory automation, kiosks, digital signage, smart cities, medical, and more.
13th Gen Intel® Core™ Motherboards for Upgraded Performance
The upgraded motherboards feature 13th Gen Intel® Core™ i9/i7/i5/i3 processors (Raptor Lake-S) with performance hybrid architecture, plus up to 24 cores and 32 threads that boost compute-intensive edge performance. They leap up to 1.04x/1.34x/1.25x faster in single-thread/multi-thread/CPU image classification inference performance compared to 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors. Leveraging its engineered flexibility and power, the new 13th Gen Intel® Core™ motherboards run up to DDR5-5600 memory module for higher bandwidth, and PCIe 5.0 for additional expansion while supporting engaging video and digital signage experiences with Intel® UHD Graphics driven by Xe architecture.
The upgraded 13th Gen Intel® Core™ motherboard lines include Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, and ATX form factors for diverse Edge AIoT applications. Through BIOS update, our existing 12th Gen Intel® CPU motherboards will be upgraded to support 13th Gen Intel® CPU. The brand-new IMB-X1714, IMB-1714, and IMB-1713 of ATX form factor designed with W680/ Q670/ H610 chipsets can support DDR5. There are also the IMB-X1712, IMB-1712 of ATX form factor and IMB-X1314, IMB-1314 of Micro-ATX form factor designed with W680/ Q670 chipsets. With W680/ Q670/ H610 chipsets, the IMB-X1231, IMB-1231, and IMB-1230 come in Mini-ITX with high-rise I/Os, and the IMB-X1233-WV, IMB-1233-WV, IMB-1232-WV are in Mini-ITX with thin I/Os.
Motherboards Upgraded with DDR5 and PCIe Gen 5
With the 13th Gen Intel® CPU, the new IMB-1714, IMB-X1714, and IMB-1713 selections feature the first DDR5 ATX motherboards with PCIe 5.0 support. The IMB-1714 and IMB-X1714 with Q670/W680 chipset are designed with four 288-pin Long-DIMM DDR5 4400 MHz, up to 128GB with ECC/non-ECC support (IMB-X1714). Their comprehensive I/Os and expansion slots provide one PCIe x16 (Gen5), one PCIe x8 (Gen5), two PCIe x4 (Gen4), three PCIe x1 (Gen3), plus one USB 3.2 Gen2x2 (Type C), five USB 3.2 Gen2, and four USB 2.0, offering new possibilities. Furthermore, there are also series of one M.2 Key B, one M.2 Key E, two M.2 Key M (IMB-X1714, one for IMB-1714), six COM, and eight SATA3 for upgrades in storage capacity. They feature triple displays with one HDMI 2.0b, one DP1.4a, one VGA, and three Intel 2.5G LAN (one with vPro and one with PoE support). The additional model IMB-1713 with H610 chipset is the go-to model for lighter features of two 288-pin Long-DIMM DDR5 5600MHz up to 64GB. There are one PCIe x16 (Gen5), one PCIe x4 (Gen3), one PCIe x1 (Gen3), and four PCI, with two USB 3.2 Gen2, two USB 3.2 Gen1, and five USB 2.0. It supports one M.2 Key M, six COM, four SATA3, triple displays, one 1G LAN, and one 2.5G LAN with PoE function.
The 13th Gen Intel® CPU Motherboards bring exciting upgrades for new possibilities in Edge AIoT applications. For more product information or BIOS update to support 13th Gen Intel® CPU, please visit our website product page.
|The 13th Gen Intel® CPU Motherboards Lineup|
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