AMD’s Ryzen CPU is one big-shot everyone is waiting for. It’s been coon’s age since something aggressive to Intel has happened in market. Over the years AMD has doubled its profit beside the market share, and maybe you might not be aware of its products, you understand it’s a CPU brand. Which is an achievement in itself compared to a time when Intel was the only renowned brand among consumers.
So, yet again there are leaks about something related to AMD Ryzen taking its place amongst PC peripheral makers like Asus and Gigabyte. This time it’s a motherboard, and of course it looks belligerent. Look at the design man; it’s no way similar to our usual machine. So far these motherboards were manufactured for high-end PCs only, which mean the reports are precise about the upcoming AMD Ryzen.
The reports suggest that ASUS will announce its Crosshair VI Hero motherboard along with the Prime X370-PRO. Both of them look flash and classy, and both the motherboard Asus’ Aura Sync technology for some LED goodness.
On the other hand, Gigabyte is all set to announce AORUS AX370-Gaming 5 board in black, silver and orange theme. Both boards are based on the X370 chipset, geared up for any Ryzen CPU you throw at it – right up to the flagship Ryzen 7 1800X processor.
The price list of upcoming AMD Ryzen CPU series was leaked a couple of days back starting at $129 all the way upto $499. Intel, on the other hand could announce 8th generation processor again based on 14nm architecture anytime in the second half of this year.