EVGA holds on to Rice

The company is making a tuning motherboard with a Socket AM4 socket, so it is open to AMD.

EVGA is one of the few manufacturers that is true to their principles, so they have only built on Intel and NVIDIA products in the PC CPU and GPU market. However, Intel has not performed very well within the desktop segment in recent years, causing more and more players to head to the Ryzens, especially since the launch of the Zen 3-core models. This is obviously a problem for EVGA, as they are not meeting the needs of those moving towards AMD, and they are also lagging behind in terms of tuning results, as their Intel-affiliated tuning team doesn’t really know what to do with ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, or other vendors, even With 16-core Ryzenes-supported results.

However, tuning is very important for EVGA, as specific marketing activities are based on their motherboards bringing in the best rankings, constantly breaking records, only today they no longer have a chance to do so in the absence of a sufficiently powerful processor.


(source: Vince “K|ngp|n” Lucido Facebook) [+]

This problem will be handled by the motherboard about which Vince “K | ngp | n” Lucido posted a picture on Facebook. Although only the back of the product is visible, you can see a lot of things on it. It probably uses an X570S controller and has a Socket AM4 socket into which the newer Riesins fit perfectly. DARK already indicates the product family, and the various interfaces are also visible, so the two DIMMs and the two x16 PCI Express interfaces – the latter, of course, cannot be used with all the connected bands at the same time. In terms of I / O outputs, two Ethernet, two 20 Gbps USB 3.2 Gen2, and Wi-Fi antenna connections can be removed, suggesting a Wi-Fi module on the motherboard.

It is not yet known when the EVGA AMD motherboard will arrive, but the two DIMM connectors and the power supply, which looks powerful based on the back, show that it is designed for absolute tuning. This will give the company a chance to compete for tuning records, and an important question arises here. Will the company have multiple AMD motherboards? This is possible on the one hand, as they can design a motherboard for AMD platforms in the same way as for intelligent ones, but it is possible that they only need one product to reach Ryze, so they can re-conquer a few records, which they can then flag in marketing.


Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.

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