ASUS' X670 Prime motherboard design leaks, dual chipset design showcased

Expect to see a lot of AM5 motherboards at Computex

ASUS' X670 Prime motherboard design leaks, dual chipset design showcased

Motherboard schematics leak for ASUS' X670 Prime-P WIFI motherboard

At Computex, AMD is expected to reveal a lot of information about their upcoming Ryzen 7000 series processors and their new AM5 motherboard platform. As such, we also expect to see all major motherboard manufacturers reveal new AM5 motherboards at the event. 

Following early X670 reveals from Gigabyte and ASRock, a schematic for ASUS' X670 Prime-P motherboard has leaked online, showcasing what appears to be a dual chipset design.

Based on the schematic below, it looks like ASUS' X670 Prime-P WIFI will feature a single PCIe x16 slot, four DDR5 DIMM slots, three M.2 slots, and a 14 phase VRM.

The motherboard design below has a pinout diagram that is consistent with AMD's known LGA1718 socket design, verifying that this design is indeed for an AM5 motherboard. Based on the design elements shown below, this motherboard will use 8+4 pin CPU power inputs, feature an internal USB 3.2 Gen 2 header

ASUS' X670 Prime motherboard design leaks, dual chipset design showcased

We expect to hear more about AMD's first AM5 motherboards and their upcoming Ryzen 7000 series processors tomorrow at Computex 2022. 

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