EVGA officially released
the X570S DARK motherboard, which is the first real AMD motherboard under EVGA, use the latest 570S chipset, priced at $689.99, with a 3-year warranty. In addition to the introduction of motherboards based on the Nvidia nForce 730a chipset many years ago, as Nvidia’s core AIC manufacturer, it has a close relationship with Intel, for a long time in the past, EVGA has almost nothing to do with AMD.
EVGA first released a trailer in June of this year, with the orange feature logo of the Ryzen processor surrounding the Dark series motherboard logo, heralding the arrival of AMD motherboards. Last month, a complete picture of the X570S DARK motherboard appeared on the Internet, which was very similar to the layout of the previous Z590 DARK motherboard.
The EVGA X570S DARK motherboard has undergone a comprehensive and targeted design to maximize the performance of the Zen 3 processor. It adopts E-ATX specification, 17-phase digital VRM, 10-layer PCB, built-in two VRM fans to assist the heat dissipation. There are large-area heat dissipation fins on the power supply VRM and the chipset, and there are heat pipes connected between them, and the M.2 SSD area also has a large-area heat dissipation structure.
The 24Pin power interface of the X570S DARK motherboard, two 8Pin CPU power supply interfaces, and a 6Pin PCI-E auxiliary power supply interface have all been angled. There are also easy-to-operate power buttons and reset buttons on the motherboard. The motherboard has only two memory slots, supports 64GB dual-channel DDR-4800+ memory, is equipped with two PCI-E x16 slots and one PCI-E x4 slot. In addition, there should be two M.2 slots supporting the PCIe Gen4 standard, and two network card interfaces (Intel 2.5G network card), providing 6 native SATA 6 Gb/s ports. Its integrated EVGA wireless module, dual-band WiFi 6/BT5.2 external antenna, and the highest-end EVGA on-board audio solution (Realtek ALC1220+SV3H615).