This year's CES revealed a beast packed with incredible capacities. The AMD AM4 Motherboards that goes along with the AMD Ryzen. Following up the revelation of AMD Vega, the company teased fans with their latest Motherboards that will redefine gaming, creations, and all sort of expertise.
AMD together with its motherboard partners displayed a wide variety of new motherboards that are all built for the AMD Ryzen processor. The 16 brand new AM4 Motherboards utilizes the X370, B350, and A320 chipsets design.
The X370 AM4 Motherboards. This chipset is specifically designed for overclockers and tweakers who requires robust platforms. The chipset provides ultimate low-level control and delivers ultimate graphics and bandwidth. Also, the X370 will feature full overclocking support with a GUI that allows impressive overclock tools and experiences. The X370 features Dual-channel DDR4 memory, NVMe, M.2 SATA devices, USB 3.1 Gen 1 and Gen 2, and lastly the PCIe 3.0 capability 2.
The B350 AM4 Motherboards. This chipset offers the best I/O and functionality. It also retains full overclocking support and provide a much lower lane compare to X370. The B350 offers the best features since it aims to reduce 70% power consumption compare to AM3+ predecessors. Furthermore, the DDR4 memory offers 22% more bandwidth compared to DDR3.
The A320/A300 AM4 Motherboards. For Plug and Play users, this chipset allows PCs to work on a much decent capability. It is stated that B350 features will be retained for the A320/A300 AM4 Motherboards, it will also replace 760G and A68H based platforms. For A320/A300 overclocking support is not available, but the chipset will include 4 PCI-e Gen 2 lanes, USB 3.1 Gen 2, USB 3.1 Gen 1, and USB 2.0.
Availability and Price. The AM4 Motherboards will be available as soon as the Ryzen Processor will be released in the first quarter of 2017. Prices as of the moment are not available, but basing on the statements released during the Vega event, AMD prices will not be much cheaper compared to its competition. Yet, AMD has not commented on the allegation, therefore, stay tuned for more news and update.