Biostar And Asrock, X570 Chipset With Active Cooling?


Biostar has released a teaser of its upcoming AM4 motherboards , equipped with X570 chipsets and created for the new AMD Ryzen 3000 CPUs. We will see them more closely at the end of May, during the Computex in Taipei.

In the image diffused by Biostar stands out an ATX model that seems to belong to the Racing series . The motherboard is completely black with silver details, just like the other products in this range.

Next to socket AM4 there are four DDR4 DIMM slots . The buffer battery is instead positioned near the I / O panel cover, so that it is easier to remove it to reset the BIOS or replace it.

There are four PCIe x16 slots , two of which are reinforced with a metal cover. All slots should be 4.0, given the X570 chipset support to the new standard. We also find three PCIe x1 slots, presumably also in version 4.0 .

The VRM is cooled by two metal heat sinks, as well as the three M.2 slots (one of these is full-size). The chipset is actively cooled by a small fan with 7 blades, which can be deactivated if you want more quietness.

The I / O panel offers instead a PS / 2 port ,  four USB 3.1 Gen1, two USB 3.1 Gen2 (one type A and one type C), a Gigabit Ethernet and audio jacks 7.1. As for the video outputs we find a DisplayPort, an HDMI and a DVI.

Even ASRock has released a teaser where it shows its X570 Phantom Gaming. The top range models should be two, both equipped with large heat sinks to cool chipsets and VRMs and the Polychrome RGB lighting system. Again, we just have to wait for the Computex to see them live.

Even Gigabyte has announced that it will show its new proposals with X570 chipset to the next Computex. We will be present, ready to tell you all the most interesting news presented by the various producers and that will accompany us in the coming months.