ASRock Z590 PG Velocita – FunkyKit

Today, we’ll be taking a look at the ASRock Z590 PG Velocita Motherboard featuring the Intel Z590 chipset, and is compatible for both the previous 10th gen, and the latest 11th Gen (Rocket Lake) Intel Core processors, which is based on the LGA1200 socket. It supports PCIe 4.0 standards and memory speeds of up to DDR4-4800 (OC).

The board is packed with some great features including 2 x PCIe 4.0 x16, 1 x PCIe 3.0 x16, and 1 x PCIe 3.0 x1 slots, 6 x SATA3 ports, 1 x Hyper M.2 (PCIe Gen4 x4), 2 x Ultra M.2 (PCIe Gen3 x4 & SATA3) slots for SSDs. And for connectivity, you get 1 x Intel Gigabit LAN, as well as the latest Killer E3100G 2.5GB LAN and Killer AX1675x Wifi 6E.

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ASRock Z590 PG Velocita – Modders Inc

ASRock Z590 PG Velocita is one of the newest motherboards by ASRock and offers exactly that. Velocita, which is Italian for ‘Speed’ is the newest member of the Phantom Gaming line by ASRock. This board promises extreme stability, performance, and to be future-ready to support Intel Gen 10 and 11 processors and their features. Velocita supports DDR4 Memory modules (up to 4800MHz OC) and PCI 4.0 x16 boards. This ATX motherboard is comfortably equipped with numerous SATA3 connectors and three M.2 slots for NVME drives(Gen 3 and 4 PCIe).

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ASRock Z590 PG Velocita – ThinkComputers

Back in 2020 ASRock introduced their first “PG Velocita” motherboard with the Z490 PG Velocita and now they are back with a fresh Z590 version. Velocita translates to speed and the Z590 PG Velocita sits at the top of ASRock’s Phantom Gaming line. This board has that sleek Phantom Gaming look we know from ASRock and it is loaded with features as well. You have a 12+2 power phase design, Killer wireless (WiFi 6E) and wired (2.5 GbE) networking, and all of the other great features from the Z590 chipset like USB 3.2 gen 2×2 support and PCI-Express 4.0. Let’s take a look and see what this board is all about!

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ASRock Z590 PG Velocita – Tom’s Hardware

The Z590 PG Velocita is an iterative update, just like most other Z590-based motherboards. The latest version uses a Killer-based 2.5 GbE and Wi-Fi 6E network stack, adds a front panel USB 3.2 Gen2x2 Type-C port, premium Realtek audio codec (though it is last generation’s flagship), three M.2 sockets and more. We’ll dig into these details and other features below. But first, here are the full specs from ASRock.

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ASRock Z590 PG Velocita- PC Gamer

The ASRock Z590 PG Velocita is part of the relatively new Velocita product family. It aims to appeal to gamers looking for a premium tier gaming board without wanting to shell out the big dollars for things like add-in cards, water blocks, or 10G Lan. It sits below the Taichi and above the mainstream lines in ASRock’s product stack; think of it like Asus’ TUF Gaming range of boards.

The X570 Velocita and the Z490 Velocita were well received. But does the new Z590 flavour have what it takes to compete in a cut-throat competitive market?

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ASRock Z590 PG Velocita – Hexus

Let’s start with the good. We like the general layout, colour scheme (surprisingly), and appreciate the attention paid to larger VGA cards through the bundled holder. Power delivery is robust, heatsinks extremely well-built, and enough onboard buttons and fans to sate enthusiasts’ needs.

But we’d prefer a richer I/O panel, more 20Gbps USB, full-speed AVX by default, and a dual 2.5G networking suite from Intel.

We’d therefore recommend ASRock drop the price of this board down to, say, £250, given our conclusions. At that price point, with due consideration of the competition, the Z590 PG Velocita becomes decent instead of reasonable.

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ASRock Z590 PG Velocita – TweakTown

Z590 PG Velocita is one of the first boards to come through with the new Intel chipset without deploying Thunderbolt 4. ASRock looks to offset this with 10 USB ports, gigabit LAN and 2.5Gbe all on the rear I/O. Additionally, this is the first motherboard in the office to have the Killer AX1675 chipset, which includes Bluetooth 5.2 and that 2.5Gbe we mentioned above, features Killer E3100G with a direct PCIe link to the CPU for lower latency.

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ASRock Z590 PG Velocita – TechPowerUp

The ASRock Z590 Phantom Gaming Velocita is a recent addition to ASRock’s arsenal. The Phantom Gaming Velocita targets the gamer market with Killer Networking for both wired and wireless connectivity and even an option to route the network traffic straight from the Killer LAN controller to the CPU. The ASRock Z590 Phantom Gaming Velocita features a dependable 14-phase VRM that takes advantage of 50 A power stages from Vishay. The ASRock Z590 Phantom Gaming Velocita has all the core features for a great gaming motherboard. All that is left is to see how the ASRock Z590 Phantom Gaming Velocita stacks up against the competition!

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ASRock Z590 PG Velocita – GinjFo

ASRock signs a solid Z590 platform with this Z590 PG Velocita. Aiming at the top of the range, its benefits are up to the mark whether we are talking about performance or equipment. Its sleek look is intended primarily for gaming platforms in search of the latest technologies.

We don’t have much to fault this Z590 PG Velocita. Its UEFI BIOS offers an airy and fairly well-organized interface. The OC of our Core i9-10900K did not pose any problem with in the end a nice performance gain. It might be a shame that faster Ethernet isn’t present.

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ASRock Z590 PG Velocita

This is a product from the Phantom Gaming range, which includes the Phantom Gaming 4 mATX, the 4/ac, and the Phantom Gaming ITX boards. Asrock has also the Taichi, Extreme, Steel Legend, and Pro series, so you can choose whichever tier suits you. The PG Velocita is a higher-end product line within the Phantom Gaming family. “Velocità” is Italian for “Velocity”, and here it’s supposed to tell you that this is the top product in the PG range. Still, if we compare it with the rest of the Asrock line-up, this is actually more of a mid-tier Intel socket 1200 board. It should give you the most important features, while also providing a level of stability and extras you won’t find in the cheaper models. The design is very attractive. Dynamic, yet stylish, the Asrock Z590 PG Velocita uses a black-and-silver design, on an all-black PCB.

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