Razer reveals “Razer Edition” AM4 motherboards with ASRock

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Razer reveals “Razer Edition” AM4 motherboards with ASRock

At Razercon 2020, Razer announced their first “Razer Edition” motherboards with ASRock, bringing further into the custom PC market than ever before. Stranger still is the fact that Razer appears to have no plans to release Intel-based Razer Edition motherboards at this time. Razer is backing Ryzen. 

With ASRock as their motherboard partner, Razer’s “Razer Edition” motherboards will feature similar specifications to today’s Taichi series motherboards. Razer plans to release X570 and B550 motherboard designs, supporting Razer Chroma RGB and support for a range of other addressable RGB components. 

Razer has stated that these “Razer Edition” motherboards will be “Razer-designed” versions of ASRock’s Taichi models. This comparison should give users an idea of what to expect from these upcoming motherboards. ASRock is one of the world’s top motherboard manufacturers within the enthusiast PC market, with strong BIOS support and several popular AM4 mainboard designs. 

At this time, Razer hasn’t been clear about when they plan to release their new “Razer Edition” AM4 motherboards. Some websites have speculated that ASRock’s Razer Edition motherboards will release in Q4 2020, while Razer’s press release has revealed no release date. 

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