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ASRock teases their Phantom Gaming Graphics Cards

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ASRock teases their Phantom Gaming Graphics Cards

ASRock teases their Phantom Gaming Graphics Cards

ASRock has been rumoured to be entering the GPU market for a while, though until now the company hasn't said anything official to address the industry chatter, neither confirming or denying the early reports.

Now the company has released a teaser for an upcoming line of "Phantom Gaming" series of products, a product which is undeniably a graphics card. 

Right now all we have is a bunch of chopped up images to go on, though it seems that the GPU showcased in the video will utilise a dual-fan heatsink with a single 8-pin PCIe input for power. This power configuration pretty much guarantees that this unit is not an RX Vega 56 or 64 series GPU, making an RX 580 a likely candidate from the Radeon camp. 
 
The brand shown here is Phantom Gaming, which means that this is not a dedicated mining GPU, though it is possible that ASRock could be creating a Nvidia product. With an 8-pin power connection, this could be anything from a GTX 1060 to a GTX 1080. 

 

ASRock is entering the GPU market, no doubt about it, though the new mystery is who will they be making GPUs for and how well they will compete with today's offerings. Does ASRock plan to make GPUs for AMD, Nvidia or both?

You can join the discussion on ASRock's entry into the GPU market on the OC3D Forums

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16-03-2018, 13:23:29

AlienALX
Very cool ! Nice to see them branching out a little bit too Quote

16-03-2018, 13:54:10

Warchild
resembles a strix to me.Quote

16-03-2018, 14:41:41

Eddie long
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
resembles a strix to me.
maybe , defiantly looks a more boxy card though , we will have to wait and seeQuote

16-03-2018, 14:56:50

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Eddie long View Post
maybe , defiantly looks a more boxy card though , we will have to wait and see
the ASrock logo matches the boxy side part of a matrix platinum card, the shroud matches the strix.Quote

16-03-2018, 14:59:53

RobM
I reckon they have gone nvidia GPPQuote
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