ASUS formalizes new motherboards with AMD B550 chipset
With the new AMD Ryzen, 3 3000 CPUs announced a couple of weeks ago and Vega’s Ryzen 4000 Renoir desktop chips that seem to be getting official, here are the new ASUS AMD motherboards.
On sale starting June 16, ASUS motherboards are meant for recent AMD processors that introduce most of the key features (such as PCIe 4.0 support) of the high-end X570 platform launched last year.
In addition to the potential of PCI Express 4.0, there are high-level solutions such as WiFi 6, 2.5 Gbps Ethernet, a much higher power supply, the net increase in DRAM speed, the BIOS Flashback and also support for technology that facilitates noise cancellation (based on artificial intelligence, editor’s note).
This last aspect is probably the one that is generating the most interest.
In fact, the noise cancellation technology eliminates annoying background noise, practically acting as a filter on the microphone.
The most interesting motherboard among those proposed by ASUS is certainly the ROG Strix B550-E Gaming, which is designed specifically for those who need top-level performance to have the best gaming experience possible.
Temperatures and noise levels are always kept at a very low-level thanks to the Q-Fan controls that guarantee the automatic detection of the fan speed.
In addition, the SSDs are covered by heatsinks that prevent thermal throttling even in the case of heavy loads.
The respectable motherboard is also the ROG Strix B550-F Gaming (Wi-Fi), also intended for users who seek high performance.
As for the motherboard described above, here too there is an audio system absolutely, thanks to SupremeFX S1220A.
ROG Strix B550-F Gaming (Wi-Fi) also includes Intel I255-V 2.5 Gbps Ethernet connectivity and WiFi 6 support via Intel AX200 adapter.