ASRock X570 PG Velocita – GinjFo

ASRock offers with its X570 PG Velocita a solid AMD platform. It offers muscular equipment to meet the expectations of players and fans of optimizations. We particularly appreciated its network capabilities with wired 2.5 Gps and Wi-Fi.

Available around € 315, we are on a mid-range X570 solution but aimed at demanding users. The benefits are there, accompanied by a racy look, aRGB and a mechanical conclusive on many points. It does not have to be ashamed of more expensive references like the ROG Crosshair VIII Formula. Its power supply scheme ensures overclocking and its various radiators improve heat dissipation. We also have eight SATA ports.

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ASRock X570 PG Velocita

ASRock’s Phantom Gaming brand has quickly been expanding the last couple of years and has also been moving towards a more high-end offering. With the recent launch of AMD’s Zen3 based Ryzen 5000 series processors, ASRock has taken the opportunity to revamp its lineup and add a new flagship, the X570 PG Velocita. Featuring a massive 14-phase VRM The PG Velocita can handle almost every Ryzen processor up to the monster Ryzen 9 5950X with ease.

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ASRock X570 PG Velocita

ASRock looks to effectively tread a middle ground with the X570 PG Velocita. There’s plenty of good at the mooted £240 price point, including a 14-phase supply, 2.5G Ethernet and WiFi, above average cooling, a fast, intuitive BIOS, and performance about as good as X570 gets.

That’s not to say it’s perfect. We’d like a third M.2 slot, especially if using the Thunderbolt connector, 20Gbps USB certainly wouldn’t go amiss, and we’d prefer ASRock to tone down the aesthetics some. Then there’s competition such as the MSI MAG X570 Tomahawk WiFi, which offers ostensibly the same level of features for £40 less. Choices, choices.

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ASRock X570 PG Velocita

When AMD launched their Ryzen 5000 series processors late last year we sort of got a “refresh” of X570 motherboards.  One of those boards was the ASRock X570 PG Velocita, which sits in their Phantom Gaming (PG) line.  This board is all ready for the new 5000 series processors with upgraded power stages, Killer networking for both the 2.5G LAN and 802.11ax WiFi 6, USB 3.2 gen 2, Gen4 M.2 NVMe storage, and of course a sleek design with RGB lighting.  Is this the board you need to get for your Ryzen 5000 series build? Read on as we find out!

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ASRock X570 PG Velocita

For gamers that don’t go with an enthusiast-level Taichi or Extreme4 motherboard platform, ASRock offers a third option in its portfolio. PG or Phantom Gaming has been extremely popular and quite reliable with a BOM that most often resembles a Taichi motherboard offering. With the PG Velocita, we have an updated platform for the AMD Ryzen 5000 series that includes a more robust set of power stages for VCore and SoC, along with feature upgrades we will go over below.

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ASRock X570 PG Velocita

The PG Velocita is a brand new high end product line under the Phantom Gaming family, and is packed full of features, while offering great looks and performance. So, today we’ll be taking a quick look at the ASRock X570 PG Velocita motherboard, which utilizes the X570 chipset and supports all of the latest Ryzen processors from AMD, including the 2000, 3000, 4000 G-Series and 5000 Series. It also supports PCIE 4.0 and memory speeds of up to DDR4-5000+ (OC).

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