ASRock X570S PG Riptide – Tom’s Hardware

As far as features go, the most significant difference with the X570S Riptide compared to ASRock’s X570 lineup is the lack of a chipset fan. The Riptide looks like a budget board, with most of the PCB exposed, outside of the chipset and M.2 heatsink, but it’s far from unattractive. Outside of that, the Riptide includes two PCIe 4.0 M.2 sockets, Killer-based 2.5 GbE, six SATA ports, and VRMs capable of supporting the flagship AMD Ryzen 9 5950X processor at stock and while overclocked.

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ASRock Z590 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB4 – TechPowerUp

The ASRock Z590 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB4 features a robust 10-phase VRM with top of the line power stages and a substantial VRM cooling solution. The ASRock Z590 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB4 also offers great connectivity with WiFi 6, 2.5 Gb/s Ethernet, and Thunderbolt 4, and the Phantom Gaming ITX line has a history of offering great performance, so let’s see how this latest entry into the family stacks up!

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ASRock B550 PG Riptide – Hexus

ASRock uses a 10-phase power supply (8 CPU, 2 SOC). The electrical topology is similar to what we see on other relatively budget ASRock boards insofar as UPI doublers and PWM controller are allied to Vishay 50A MOSFETs. The B550M Steel Legend is closest in terms of specification. Get past these numbers and know that the power-delivery system pushes a maximum 400A for the CPU, which is plenty enough to generate 500W – or at least 2x anything we see from even a heavily overclocked Ryzen 9 5950X.

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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 OC Formula – TechPowerUp

The OC Formula line from ASRock returns with the Z590 OC Formula. The ASRock Z590 OC Formula was designed in collaboration with Nick Shih to facilitate record breaking extreme overclocking.

The ASRock Z590 OC Formula features a powerful 16-phase VRM utilizing top-tier 90 A power stages along with a 12-layer PCB and even an OLED display. Along with the overclocking aids and features, the Z590 OC Formula also includes 2.5 Gb/s LAN and WiFi 6E, and a healthy complement of storage options. Let’s see how far the ASRock Z590 OC Formula can go!

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ASRock Z590 Taichi – ThinkComputers

With the Z590 chipset ASRock of course has a Z590 Taichi motherboard. The whole idea behind the Taichi series since it launched was to give you the consumer as many features as possible at a reasonable price. We’ve reviewed quite a few Taichi motherboards and all of them have delivered on that promise. The Z590 Taichi brings with it all of the features you would expect from the Z590 chipset, but also adds in some exclusive ASRock features as well. You get a 14-phase power design, dual Thunderbolt 4 ports, USB 3.2 gen 2×2 support, three NVMe slots, and Killer 2.5G LAN as well as Killer 802.11ax WiFi.

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ASRock Z590 Taichi – PC Perspective

Positioned below the Z590 OC Formula in ASRock’s current Intel Z590 lineup, this latest Taichi builds on the Z490 version that we looked at last year. Besides the distinctive styling, the Z590 Taichi offers robust power delivery, a trio of Intel Killer networking products, the latest in high-speed connectivity including Thunderbolt 4, and what should be some impressive audio with both Realtek ALC1220 (rear multi-channel) and ESS ES9218 (front panel stereo) DACs.

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ASRock Z590 Taichi – Guru3D

This product from the already well-known series (Taichi means Chinese martial art) focuses on bringing many features at a reasonable price. Well, it was like that till now. Why’s that? There’s about a 30 USD premium over the predecessor, the Asrock Z490 Taichi, an improved appearance, and a great-looking moving gear feature. This board targets the upper mid-tier/high-end range of the market (with a price of 459.99 USD). The Asus Maximus XIII Hero, MSI MEG Z590 Ace (which are about 40 USD more expensive), and the Aorus Z590 Master (which is cheaper) are the main competitors. Still, Asrock also has the Phantom Gaming, Extreme, Steel Legend, and Pro series, so you can choose whichever tier suits you. I almost forgot about one model -> Z590 OC Formula; this is the top tier of AsrockBut coming back to the reviewed model – the design of the Asrock Z590 Taichi is beautiful. 

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ASRock B550 TAICHI RAZER EDITION- i2Hard

In this review, we will tell you about an unusual board that was born thanks to the efforts of companies such as ASRock and Ryzer. We are talking about the  ASRock B550 Taichi Razer Edition , which is intended for Ryzen 5000 series processors. We will test with an eight-core Ryzen 7 5800X and a set of G.Skill Trident Z Royal DDR4-4266 RAM. Let’s examine the overclocking abilities of the B550 Taichi Razer Edition in terms of overclocking the processor and RAM, as well as look at the RGB lighting and BIOS capabilities. 

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