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ASRock's upcoming X470 and Coffee Lake Z390 motherboard lineup has leaked

X470, H310, B360, Q370 and Z370

ASRock's upcoming X470 and Coffee Lake Z390 motherboard lineup has leaked

ASRock's upcoming X470 and Coffee Lake Z390 motherboard lineup has leaked

A list of ASRock's incoming motherboard lineup has leaked, revealing new motherboards that will be utilising a variety of new motherboard chipsets from AMD's X470 to Intel's low-end H310, Mid-range B350 and their upcoming high-end Z390 chipsets.    

This list comes via Videocardz, a website that has been accurate with ASRock motherboard leaks in the past. To start off with we have AMD's upcoming X470 chipset, which is designed to replace their existing X370 motherboard lineup, with the release of AMD's rumoured 2000-series of Ryzen Refresh CPUs. 

From the looks of it, ASRock will use the same naming scheme as their existing X370 lineup, with the release of Gaming K4, Professional Gaming and Gaming-ITX/ac variants. At this time it is unknown whether or not a Killer or Taichi SKU will be released. 

Leaked X470 motherboards;

- ASRock Fatal1ty X470 Gaming K4
- ASRock Fatal1ty X470 Professional Gaming
- ASRock Fatal1ty X470 Gaming-ITX/ac

  

ASRock's upcoming X470 and Coffee Lake Z390 motherboard lineup has leaked

(ASRock's popular X370 Taichi)

  
Right now the only chipset on Intel's 300-series is their Z370 overclocking chipset, an expensive motherboard chipset that prevents low-end users from accessing the performance of the company's Coffee Lake architecture. To address this Intel is expected to release B360 and H310 chipsets within Q1, though this leak does reveal three new Z390 series boards. 

At this time, not much is known about Intel's Z390 chipset, though it is expected to release with additional chipset features, though these are rumours that this chipset will support an upcoming 8-core Coffee Lake processor.  

Below is a list of ASRock's leaked H310, B360 and Z390 motherboards. 

H310;

- ASRock H310M-HDVP
- ASRock H310M-HDV
- ASRock H310M-DGS
- ASRock H310M-G/M.2
- ASRock H310M-HDV/M.2
- ASRock H310M-ITX/ac
- ASRock H310D4-M2

B360;

- ASRock B360 Pro4
- ASRock B360M Pro4
- ASRock B360M-HDV
- ASRock B360M-ITX/ac

Z390;

- ASRock Z390 Pro4
- ASRock Z390M-ITX/ac
- ASRock Z390M Pro4

You can join the discussion on ASRock's upcoming Z390 and X470 motherboards on the OC3D Forums

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06-01-2018, 11:16:48

AlienALX
It's gonna be another great year I reckon Quote

06-01-2018, 14:04:14

g0ggles1994
ITX straight off the bat? I'm quite surprised. Still no surprises at no mATX for AMD X series though.

Shame there's no pictures with this leakQuote

06-01-2018, 14:07:17

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by g0ggles1994 View Post
Shame there's no pictures with this leak
Yeah. Having said that as long as they are not poo brown like that pathetic effort from MSI a couple of days back then all's good. I would imagine they will look the same, only with X470 on them instead Quote

06-01-2018, 14:17:58

g0ggles1994
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Yeah. Having said that as long as they are not poo brown like that pathetic effort from MSI a couple of days back then all's good. I would imagine they will look the same, only with X470 on them instead
Definitely, I just hope that this new ITX board does its VRM cooling properly.Quote

06-01-2018, 14:20:47

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by g0ggles1994 View Post
Definitely, I just hope that this new ITX board does its VRM cooling properly.
Yup. Nearly a year and we got one decent effort from Asus. Mad really !Quote
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