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Rumors say the AMD X570 chipset will be featured during Computex 2019

chipsetThe internet has been overwhelmed lately by information that says its X570 chipset I HAVE D is ready to be released. The chipset will be designed to support the upcoming 7nm Zen 2 Ryzen 3000 CPUs series and will also be the first motherboard to support PCIE 4.0.

This information comes through a slide, posted online by Gamer.com.tw. However, as Videocardz pointed out, it seems that the transparency is several months, as the B450 chipset and the Athlon 200GE series from AMD also report.

Even more interesting is that transparency suggests that AMD intends to launch the motherboard release on Computex 2019 next year. This means we have to wait a little over half a year longer.

Again, however, it has been several months since the transparency was published, and it is very likely that AMD has already made some changes to the chipset at a micro, if not a manufacturing level. That being said, the company recently launched the accelerator Radeon Instinct MI60 GPU and 7nm EPYC CPUs last month. Both can support the new PCIe 4.0 standard.

Until then, of course, we recommend that you not be completely sure that they will happen. At least until their supposed announcement to Computex 2019.

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