ASRock's Phantom Gaming GPU Will Enter The European Market Next Month

Phantom Gaming is finally coming to EMEA regions!

ASRock's Phantom Gaming GPU Enter The European Market Next Month

ASRock's Phantom Gaming GPU Will Enter The European Market Next Month

Shortly after the release of ASRock's new Phantom Gaming GPU lineup, a large number of gamers were annoyed at ASRock's lack of representation in outside of APAC regions and South America, leaving European customers unable to purchase ASRock's graphics cards.    

ASRock has released an official statement which confirms that Phantom Gaming graphics cards will start shipping in EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) regions on July 1st, bringing a new competitor into the GPU landscape. 

So far, ASRock has confirmed that their Phantom Gaming X-series Radeon RX 580 8GB OC, RX 570 8GB OC, RX 570 4GB OC and Phantom Gaming D RX 570 4GB will all be coming to the region. ASRock has showcased RX Vega series graphics cards at Computex, though these GPUs have no firm release date at this time. 

PC builders should expect to see ASRock graphics cards to become available at retailers in July, though at this time the European pricing of ASRock's offerings is unknown. Hopefully, these GPUs will ship with competitive pricing across the EU. 

You can join the discussion on ASRock's plans to start selling their Phantom Gaming GPUs in Europe on the OC3D Forums

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