AMD RYZEN 5000 Series
GeIL announced ORION RGB Gaming Memory for AMD targeting better support for AMD RYZEN 5000 Series processor. At the same time it underlines the message that it has the memory optimized for the latest AMD and Intel latest platforms, frequencies from 2666MHz to 4400MHz, and capacities from 8GB to 128GB kit.
Plenty of custom cards from day-one
A couple of Radeon RX 5500 XT graphics cards have leaked ahead of its rumored December 12th launch, suggesting there will be plenty of custom cards available from day-one.
ASRock's confirms these are coming in mid-August
A custom Radeon RX 5700 series graphics card design from XFX has been spotted online and ASRock has confirmed we will see those custom cards in mid-August, at least if all goes well.
No word on the availability date
Although we have seen some upcoming custom versions of the AMD Radeon RX 5700 graphics series, ASRock is one of the first AIB partners to officially announce their RX 5700 Challenger series.
Only for next-gen APUs
It appears that upcoming next-generation Ryzen processors will be limited to existing high-end and mid-range chipset while the entry-level A320 chipset will only support next-gen Ryzen APUs.
Other hardware fine
ASRock expects its annual profits to be affected by its graphics card inventory, even while its motherboards, industrial PCs (IPCs) and servers see revenue growth.
Phantom Gaming gets another member
It appears that ASRock will remain true to the Radeon graphics card lineup as the upcoming Radeon RX 590 Phantom Gaming has been spotted online.
AMD said no
ASRock has been prevented from sellinf a new set of cards which it had hoped to cash in on the crypto-currency wave.
ASRock, Asus, Biostar, Gigabyte, and MSI join the party
As expected, since AMD has now officially lifted the NDA (non disclosure agreement) from its second generation Ryzen 2000-series Pinnacle Ridge CPUs and the shiny new X470 chipset, most, if not all motherboard makers have announced their own versions, with some launching more than one motherboard to cover a wider market range.
With the entire Radeon RX 500 series lineup
We have already seen teasers for ASRock's venture into the graphics card market and the company has now officially announced its first Radeon RX 500 series graphics cards that will be a part of its Phantom Gaming lineup.