It looks like ASRock is preparing at least nine X570 motherboards for AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 3000 series processors. The Eurasian Economic Commission website has listed all nine of them which include the X570M Pro4, X570M Pro4 R2.0, X570 Pro4, X570 Pro4 R2.0, X570 Phantom Gaming X, X570 Phantom Gaming 6, X570 Phantom Gaming 4, X570 Extreme4, and X570 Taichi.
These boards are from the typical ASRock motherboard series that we all know, which include Phantom Gaming, Extreme4, Taichi, and Pro4. These motherboards will be the first consumer motherboards to feature PCI-Express 4.0. AMD is expected to launch their Ryzen 3000 series motherboards around Computex time, so these boards will launch at the same time.