AMD has announced its 600-series motherboards which will support Ryzen 7000 CPUs. These new motherboards will come featuring the AM5 LGA-1718 socket along with PCIe Gen5 support for next-gen storage. DDR5 memory slots will be supported on all motherboards.
Alongside this, AMD has also announced the B650E chipset which is the company’s ‘Extreme’ version and will come with PCIe Gen5 support for the PCIe x16 and M.2 slots. So far, there have been no announcements regarding the B650 motherboards.
Weibo has published the first picture of the new ASRock LiveMixer series which comes in the most exciting color combination of black, yellow, and white. In the picture, we can only see the B650 non-E bare board design and there are no components installed yet.
The motherboard might come with a 16+2+1 VRM design. As for connectivity, there may be dual EPS connectors and one full-sized PCIe X16, and two X4 slots. There is additional room for up to two M.2 devices. AMD has announced that the B650 motherboard series will be available in October.