Previously, it was basically speculated that AMD would launch the Zen 4 architecture Ryzen 7000 at the Taipei Computer Show next week. Of course, the release and when it will be listed are two different things. According to the previous generation of AMD Ryzen processors, it is more common to wait two or three months after the release before listing.
an introduction video of the X670E Taichi motherboard recently. This X670E
was reported yesterday and it is a variant of the X670 that mandates PCI-E 5.0 support, while the X670 does not have this requirement. From the screenshot of the video, we can see that the AM5 interface on this ASRock X670E Taichi is already LGA style. The motherboard uses a 26-phase SPS DrMOS power supply scheme. The CPU VRM configuration is extremely powerful, and it seems to use active cooling. The best ASRock Taichi motherboards are already using active VRM cooling, and it is not surprising to use a similar solution on the top X670E motherboard.
X670E Taichi motherboard has four DDR5 memory slots and two PCI-E x16 interfaces. It seems that there are at least three M.2 ports. The FCH radiator does not seem to have a fan, so it is estimated that active cooling is not required. In addition, from the text description, this motherboard also supports Thunderbolt 4 ports.
In addition to ASRock, Gigabyte last night’s Computex pre-press release also pointed out that they will exhibit X670 AORUS XTREME, MASTER, PRO AX, and X670 AERO D motherboards. Of course, this text has also been deleted at present. Judging from the performance of the board factory, their X670 motherboards are estimated to be almost ready, and it depends on when AMD officially goes on sale.