Asrock, the Japanese giant that manufactures the motherboard, GPU, motherboard and memory, is going to reveal the new motherboard for the upcoming gaming processor for the b450 series from this year. The chipset will come with a new power delivery, a clock speed increase to 2GHz and a new chipset design. It should not be a surprise to see the motherboard that is rumored for the b450 series, as it appears to be a direct successor to the b400 series.
The new chipset will supposedly be based on the Intel x15-series, Intel’s first 14-nanometer architecture to go mobile. This could mean a bump to up to 2.5 GHz clock speeds to the future B350 motherboard We had been anticipating that the company would reveal the new motherboards for the upcoming b450 series as it did just one year ago for the series B series.
All we need to do is check out the pictures and see how far we can reach. The company has already completed assembly of the b450, and the design has been finished and is ready to go. Now, it’s time for the actual work to start. We are already in a position of buying a new PC and the entire time, we can focus on finding new ways to achieve success.
Asrock’s main motto is “Asrock is for All” and the company’s motto is “You are your own best.” If you are looking for a reliable maker that will give you a reliable motherboard along with a well-priced motherboard we can assure you that you will find the motherboard that you have been looking for.
Asrock has given us a new motherboard that they claims will perform better that the previous AMD B450 chipset for the Asrock B450 series. It says that the B450 will offer a new 10 Gbps CPU design, with an improved memory controller, and a new power delivery architecture.We will find out more details later this week on the live stream, or as soon as we get the boards we will be testing it.
We will go a bit deeper at our first product review in this blog series, but this is the latest and greatest Asrock model that is coming this year. This motherboard is based on the Intel x15-series chipset and has a new 10 GigE power delivery unit, two 10 gigE DRAM chips and a new chipset design that supports 14nm. While it sounds like the chipset will be based mainly on the x15 series of processors, there will be some tweaks.