Thursday, September 28th 2017

ASRock Announces its Z370 Chipset Motherboard Lineup

The Intel Z370 chipset launch provides a thrilling end to an exciting year of technology breakthroughs for computer enthusiasts. As the CPU competition heats up, there's never been a better time to buy or upgrade, with an unprecedented range of power and performance options to choose from. ASRock understands that many users are looking to a new Z370 motherboard to provide extreme performance, maximum overclocking ability, and limitless expandability. ASRock promises to deliver all that, and more.

To support the increase of core count on the 8th Generation Intel Core Processors, ASRock has upgraded its CPU VRM design to provide more power phases than ever. More cores can demand more power when overclocking, and so, with up to twelve power phases, the ASRock power system is designed for maximum overclocking ability and stability. While the spotlight is focused on CPU and graphics performance, less glamorous subsystems are just as important. These new ASRock motherboards feature Hyper DDR4 design to provide outstanding memory overclocking ability - up to an insanely fast DDR4 4333 MHz
Supporting the latest peripherals, accessories and mobile devices, ASRock's high-end motherboards - such as the Fatal1ty Z370 Professional Gaming i7 and Taichi - provide a USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C header to ensure the most powerful and versatile USB connection can be easily accessible at the front of the PC case. And not only that, the flagship Fatal1ty Z370 Professional Gaming i7 accelerates gaming, SOHO and home office usage, by providing the latest AQUANTIA AQtion 10Gb/s super-fast Ethernet on board.

The perfect mid-range fighter
ASRock's Killer SLI series motherboard has always been the best choice for budget multi GPU setups. And now the Z370 Killer SLI continues that tradition by offering the best CPU power solution in its class, with 10 phase power, as well as a USB3.1 Gen1 Type-C front header, and 2x Ultra M.2 to provide super-fast PCIe Gen3 x4 speed for SSDs, also with the cool new design, the black and gray PCB artwork gives the motherboard a striking but classy feel.

Of course, while high-end users get all the attention, every user wants performance and stability. In fact, ASRock has always been the perfect solution for mainstream users, and continues to offer these users a great blend of computing performance, graphics power and amazing stability, even bringing 10 phase power design to the Z370 Pro4 and Z370M Pro4 series motherboards, which represents the best power solution available from any of the companies competing in this market.

ASRock's Z370 series: the best across the board
With this new line up of ten unique Z370 series motherboards, ASRock is now able to offer the best solution across the board for all of the 8th Generation Intel Core Processors. In fact, with this new motherboard series, ASRock is today redefining how a stable and powerful motherboard should be built. ASRock's Z370 motherboards are available in ATX, mATX and mITX platforms, with boards for users from the mainstream up to high end gamers and enthusiasts.

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15 Comments on ASRock Announces its Z370 Chipset Motherboard Lineup

#1
Mirkoskji
aaand this is the second rebrand of the 170 chipset.
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#2
Vayra86
I'm eyeing that Taichi... even if just for the looks. So brilliant, with the cog wheel and grayscale theme
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#3
Mirkoskji
the taichi and fatality have almost the same board layout and capacitors.
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btarunr
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Mirkoskji
aaand this is the second rebrand of the 170 chipset.
This appears to be Z270 rebrand. Z170 only had 20 PCIe lanes, Z270 has 24.
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#5
EarthDog
Vayra86
I'm eyeing that Taichi... even if just for the looks. So brilliant, with the cog wheel and grayscale theme
A face only a mother can love... ;)
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#6
soloza
Where are the Mini-ITX boards!
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#7
Nate1492
Vayra86
I'm eyeing that Taichi... even if just for the looks. So brilliant, with the cog wheel and grayscale theme
Who cares? Very very few people buy CPUs at a high frequency. Many people are rocking the 2600k, when you upgrade CPU you skip multiple generations.

I'd rather have an up to date motherboard than a z270 that has been hacked to 'just work' with the higher power consumption.
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Vayra86
Nate1492
Who cares? Very very few people buy CPUs at a high frequency. Many people are rocking the 2600k, when you upgrade CPU you skip multiple generations.

I'd rather have an up to date motherboard than a z270 that has been hacked to 'just work' with the higher power consumption.
Please, enlighten me, how is Z370 not up to date, or these boards per se?

Also have you seen my current CPU? I'm skipping quite a few gens as is ;)
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#10
EarthDog
Oh good.. another sub-ambient overclocker Sabishi?
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#13
Fouquin
Mirkoskji
the taichi and fatality have almost the same board layout and capacitors.
Tiachi doesn't have 10G on board, just the two 1G. Other than that yeah they're basically the same board.
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#15
lexluthermiester
soloza
I jizzed a bit o_O
And thanks for THAT mental image.. :kookoo:

The ATX Fatal1ty board is looking exceptional. Love the pick of audio config.
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