ASRock showcases their X299E-ITX/ac motherboard

ASRock showcases their X299E-ITX/ac motherboard

ASRock showcases their X299E-ITX/ac motherboard

ASRock showcases their X299E-ITX/ac motherboard

 
PC builders have always dreamed of fitting increasingly powerful hardware into ever tighter spaces, whether it is fitting a room-sized PC from the 80's into the palm of your hand or fitting Intel's new Skylake-X CPU platform into an ITX form factor. 
 
ASRock has today revealed their X299E-ITX/ac motherboard, which supports quad-channel DDR4 SODIMM memory and alleged support for up to Intel's rumoured i9 7980XE 18-core Skylake-X flagship. That is a lot of power to fit into an ITX chassis. 
 
This new motherboard fits a lot of components onto its ITX frame, using vertical PCB mounts to some onboard controllers, a pair of M.2 slots and a selection of SATA 6 Gb/s ports. We can see that this motherboard draws power from an 8-pin |CPU/EPS connection and a 24-pin motherboard connection, with this motherboard offering only one PCIe 3.0 PCIe 16x slot for GPU connectivity. 

  

ASRock showcases their X299E-ITX/ac motherboard

(Image from Techpowerup)

  

Looking at this motherboard closely we can see that there is a 7-phase VRM solution and Intel's new X299 CPU socket, with dual Intel Ethernet ports on the motherboard's rear IO as well as an 802.11ac WLAN controller. 

At this time no pricing or availability information has been released for any of Intel's X299 products. 

 

You can join the discussion on ASRock's X299E-ITX/ac MITX X299 motherboard on the OC3D Forums

 

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29-05-2017, 06:39:30

AlienALX
haha neato !Quote

29-05-2017, 06:55:27

Avet
I would like to see more mATX boards. ITX for uber platform is kinda pointless. You need to sacrifice a lot on that small form factor. mATX is as Swedes would say lagom. Quote

29-05-2017, 07:46:24

GiantKiwi
Ewwww.

SODIMMS.Quote

29-05-2017, 08:09:47

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by GiantKiwi View Post
Ewwww.

SODIMMS.
With everything else on that board, it was either SODIMMs or No DIMMs! Space is far too restricted.Quote

29-05-2017, 08:26:18

AlienALX
Does it even matter? SODIMMS can be bought in very quick speeds these days and are usually cheaper than desktop memory too.

Just imagine, 18 cores and a CLC in a case the size of a shoe box !Quote
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