Among the five motherboards that ASRock exhibited, four of them have been shown before, and only the X670E PG Lightning was exhibited for the first time.
AMD, together with its key motherboard partners, showcased several X670 series motherboards and introduced their key features at the Meet The Expert event for enthusiasts and professionals. These motherboards feature an AM5 slot (LGA 1718), support PCIe 5.0 storage, and provide an optional PCIe 5.0 slot to support future graphics cards. VideoCardz said that none of the manufacturers confirmed the supported frequencies of DDR5 memory, nor did they mention the rumored AMD EXPO memory overclocking technology.
ASUS is showing the flagship ROG CROSSHAIR X670E EXTREME and ROG CROSSHAIR X670E HERO. The former provides a 20+2-phase power supply (110A) and provides 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports, while the latter provides an 18+2-phase power supply (110A). 2.5G network port. These motherboards have Q-Release solutions for graphics cards and Q-Latch for M.2 SSDs.
MSI showed off the MEG X670E GODLIKE (confirmed to have an M-Vision touchscreen), the MEG X670E ACE, and the MPG X670E Carbon, both of which will feature an M.2 XPANDER-Z Gen5 Dual storage expansion card. In addition, MEG X670E GODLIKE is powered by 24+2+1 phase (105A), MEG X670E ACE is powered by 22+2+1 phase (90A), and MPG X670E Carbon is powered by 18+2+1 phase (90A).
GIGABYTE showcased four X670 series motherboards, including AORUS XTREME, AORUS MASTER, AORUS PRO AX, and AORUS ELITE MX series. Among them, X670E AORUS XTREME adopts an 18+2+2-phase power supply design, while the rest of the AORUS series products use a 16+2+2-phase power supply.