Monday, June 25th 2018

ASRock Offering Its Phantom Series Graphcis Cards in EMEA Region Starting July 1st

ASRock, which is the latest company to extend its product portfolio to graphics cards, has announced that they will be offering their AMD Phantom series of graphics cards in the EMEA region (Europe, Middle-East and Africa) starting July 1st. The roll-out should see the Polaris-based graphics cards being introduced first, since product codes for the Vega variants haven't been made known yet. With demand from miners relatively cooled with lower (and lowering still) cryptocurrency values, perhaps ASRock has decided that stock of their Phantom series is enough now to fulfill orders from these additional regions.
Sources: Tom's Hardware.de, via Videocardz
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2 Comments on ASRock Offering Its Phantom Series Graphcis Cards in EMEA Region Starting July 1st

#1
HD64G
Let's hope that this will bring down the price even more, especially now that cryptocoin prices are on the low.
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#2
xLegendary
Yes, them coming to the graphics market is a great news! Asrock always been very competitive and innovative, which means other brands will have to drop their prices if they want to compete. I don't see any Vega cards yet, but hopefully they will also carry Vegas, it's a great card if you have a Freesync monitor.
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