ASRock showcase their latest X399 TR4 Threadripper motherboards at Computex

ASRock showcase their latest X399 TR4 Threadripper motherboards at Computex

ASRock showcase their latest X399 TR4 Threadripper motherboards at Computex

ASRock showcase their latest X399 TR4 Threadripper motherboards at Computex

 
We have finally gotten our first look at AMD's new X399 Threadripper CPU platform, where AMD will be releasing CPUs with up to 16-cores, quad channel memory and support for a huge number of PCIe devices. 
 
Today we have a look at ASRock's new X399 Taichi and X399 Professional Gaming motherboards, which host AMD's new TR4 socket and sports many advanced features that do not exist on AM4. Both of ASRock's new motherboards feature a U.2 port as well as three Ultra M.2 slots as well as four total PCIe 16x lanes. 
 
Interestingly, the X399 Professional Gaming will feature at least one 10 Gigabit Ethernet port, while the Taichi will feature a standard Intel Gigabit Ethernet connection. This results in a situation where the AMD X399 Taichi has more Intel branding on the motherboard than AMD branding.  

  

ASRock showcase their latest X399 TR4 Threadripper motherboards at Computex

 

ASRock has not announced the official pricing of these motherboards or their official release date, though it is expected that AMD will announce Threadripper's launch pricing and release date at their Computex Press Conference. 

  

You can join the discussion on ASRock's new TR4 X399 Threadripper ready motherboards on the OC3D Forums

 

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30-05-2017, 04:14:09

NeverBackDown
Dear lord. What a huge fudging socketQuote

30-05-2017, 06:05:20

AlienALX
lmfao wow ! that's one heffa ass socket

Gotta say though both of those boards are rather lovely, which is nice Quote

30-05-2017, 07:31:13

GiantKiwi
Looks like Asrock misinformed everyone again, this is clearly their Uber-L33t-Electric-Tea-Coaster socket Quote

30-05-2017, 07:32:18

Chrazey
Jesus Maria and Josef... That is one big ass motherf***** of a socket!Quote

30-05-2017, 07:44:44

tolagarf
I wonder if there even are any coolers on the market that supports such a huge footprint of the CPU.Quote
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