Thursday, September 5th 2019

ASRock Officially Launches the X570 AQUA Motherboard - Only 999 Units Produced

ASRock is pleased to announce a very special product launch: the new X570 AQUA motherboard, which is already highly anticipated for its unprecedented features and performance.

The X570 AQUA is the only completely water-cooled X570 motherboard - its unique all-copper cooling block covers the CPU, VRM and X570 Chipset to provide unbelievable performance and stability. This exclusive product is being manufactured in a very limited production run of just 999 boards and made available on a first come first served basis. X570 AQUA is the ultimate selection for the AMD X570 chipset and Ryzen 3000 series desktop processors - to be enjoyed only by a select few worldwide. With the top choice CPU for DIY PC enthusiasts - AMD Ryzen 3000 series processors paired with ASRock's super high-end X570 AQUA motherboard will definitely be your ideal partner.
This exclusive product is being manufactured in a very limited production run of just 999 boards and made available on a first come first served basis. X570 AQUA is the ultimate selection for the AMD X570 chipset and Ryzen 3000 series desktop processors - to be enjoyed only by a select few worldwide. With the top choice CPU for DIY PC enthusiasts - AMD Ryzen 3000 series processors paired with ASRock's super high-end X570 AQUA motherboard will definitely be your ideal partner.

Chris Lee, General Manager of ASRock Motherboard BU, stated, "We've been excited to make this awesome motherboard for a long time especially to make it perfectly works with the world's very first PCIe 4.0 ready AMD Ryzen 3000 series desktop processors and glad to finally let it be known to professional enthusiasts around the world."

"We are thrilled to see partners like ASRock continue to take advantage of the X570 chipset and fully embrace its features," said Chris Kilburn, corporate vice president and general manager, Client Channel, AMD. "3rd Gen AMD Ryzen processors offer gamers, enthusiasts and creators the most advanced desktop platform, and with ASRock's AQUA integrating PCIe 4.0 standard and fully utilizing liquid cooling, we can't wait to see the power and performance users will unlock with this board."

Unbeatable Cooling and Power Performance
Water flow through the custom AQUA Cooling Armor heatsink is skillfully designed to dissipate the heat of the CPU, VRM and chipset as efficiently as possible. The coolant flows along three separate paths so that each of these critical areas is cooled individually. This smart multi-path design also reduces water resistance inside the cooling block, allowing faster coolant flow for more efficient cooling. AQUA's Cooling Armor doesn't only offer some of the most advanced water cooling technology ever seen on a PC motherboard, it also dazzles with its sophisticated but eye-catching design that covers and protects almost the entire board.

The X570 AQUA's power systems get the most out of high-end CPUs and other powerful components with superior heat control and performance from IR Dr. MOS design, ASRock's optimized power stage solution that intelligently delivers higher, more stable current.

Top-end Server-Grade Low-loss PCB Motherboard
Even the most expensive top-end motherboards are at risk of unreliability and severe damage from bending and cracking as heavy cooling systems, graphics cards and other components are mounted or replaced. Now, X570 AQUA protects against this damage with a server grade PCB that prevents board bending and adds low-loss technology to improve signal integrity as well as whole-system stability, to provide a reliable and long-lasting PC without compromises.

Blazing Fast Next Gen Connectivity
ASRock's X570 AQUA comes with Intel's revolutionary new Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) wireless interface. This high-efficiency adapter allows blazing fast WiFi connection speeds up to 2.4 Gbps, plus simultaneous 2.4 GHz and 5 Ghz operation, and it supports next generation technologies such as improved bi-directional MU-MIMO, for improved coverage and range.

Of course, the AQUA X570 also brings users the benefits of next generation PCI Express 4.0 that can double speed and performance, and provides three full-length PCIe 4.0 slots to take advantage of that new speed. In fact AQUA X570's outstanding features are far too numerous to list here. Find out more about this exclusive motherboard while it's still available.
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24 Comments on ASRock Officially Launches the X570 AQUA Motherboard - Only 999 Units Produced

#1
Xx Tek Tip xX
tfw a mainstream board costs more than the most expensive HEDT board from AMD.
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#3
AnarchoPrimitiv
I'll admit, I would like a chance to have intercourse with that motherboard

"first come, first serve"...and yet I'm sure that every YouTuber with a large quantity of subscribers will somehow have one to do a build with
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#4
dj-electric
So about 200 of them will go to media...
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#5
bug
Nice engineering feat, but seems as pointless as they come.
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#6
TheLostSwede
The manual does at least solve one riddles, what the internal DP 1.2 port is for and how to use it.

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#7
Chomiq
Something to do with TB3 would be my first guess.
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#8
EarthDog
dj-electric, post: 4111112, member: 87186"
So about 200 of them will go to media...
I'd be shocked if 20 go to media, honestly.
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#9
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Why not make the extra effort and produce 1 more board for a total of 1000?
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#10
yakk
Curious to see the chipset temps with that little seperate water loop soaking up heat going straight under where the video card, especially those with fins pointing towards the motherboard, will exhaust hot air to keep it nice & toasty.

Ie: like Asrock's own upcoming Tai Chi 5700xt card.
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#11
EarthDog
yakk, post: 4111178, member: 158293"
Curious to see the chipset temps with that little seperate water loop soaking up heat going straight under where the video card, especially those with fins pointing towards the motherboard, will exhaust hot air to keep it nice & toasty.

Ie: like Asrock's own upcoming Tai Chi 5700xt card.
chipset temps will be fine... you aren't going to get that much heat to change things...Also, temps in a loop (the water) vary less than 2C in a properly flowing and radded loop. I wouldn't worry about chipset temps. ;)
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#12
umdterps71
This a statement piece. More so to establish the brand as high end more than something to make money on. Its literally more of a PR stunt. Either way, I wish I had enough money to blow on something like this.
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#13
TheLostSwede
Chomiq, post: 4111128, member: 185703"
Something to do with TB3 would be my first guess.
Yes, that was obvious, but someone asked in another thread why ASRock has an internal DP port on some boards.
Well, it turns out they have some graphics cards that have an internal DP port as well...
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#14
bogami
Certainly the Ultimate ASRock liquid-cooled CREATOR and E-ATX stretch , nothing more. I was expecting at least ASRock 11 quality parts, and although the CREATOR model is very good, it doesn't have the upgrades we saw on moells 11, which loses the importance of a special series more dedicated to gifts for special subcontractors and snobs ! However, I wonder if the RAYZEN 3000 will reach the specified operating frequencies on this board .:laugh:
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#15
Kokorniokos
I wish they would use this aesthetic for the rest of the lineup. I just bought the taichi 570 and it's this silly gamer design full of gears and stuff.
A little unrelated: I still wait for my 3900x to arrive since a month now. German retailer just informed me I need to wait another month maybe.
Just sitting here watching an empty Mobo...
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#16
warrior420
TheLostSwede, post: 4111124, member: 3382"
The manual does at least solve one riddles, what the internal DP 1.2 port is for and how to use it.


This tells me nothing about what it's actually for.
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#17
TheLostSwede
warrior420, post: 4111299, member: 99496"
This tells me nothing about what it's actually for.
It's for ASRock graphcis cards that have an internal DP header, so you can get video out through the Thunderbolt ports.
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#19
spectatorx
Kokorniokos, post: 4111225, member: 189232"
I wish they would use this aesthetic for the rest of the lineup. I just bought the taichi 570 and it's this silly gamer design full of gears and stuff.
A little unrelated: I still wait for my 3900x to arrive since a month now. German retailer just informed me I need to wait another month maybe.
Just sitting here watching an empty Mobo...
Poland here, biggest retailers do not have this cpu at all almost constantly. One of them had few units on monday, on next day again they went out of stock. I just did quick research and i see one store having little amount available but this is store i haven't heard about and is unknown to me. Still i would try it if i would have to buy at this moment.

I feel your pain, i'm waiting for 3900x to become available.
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#20
JB_Gamer
But to what use, as the Ryzen 3000 cpu's response to oc is so limited?
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#21
BackSlash
I like the "Aqua" idea. CPU, Chipset, VRM watercooled.
All boards makers should have at least one with this option, from the box. IMO.
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#22
ypsylon
Best looking when all that plastic tat is removed.

But if you like kitsch who am I to dissuade anybody. :D

I hope they'll have something similar for TR3 then they have my money.... but I still will remove that plastic tat. LOL
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#24
EarthDog
JB_Gamer, post: 4111554, member: 173137"
But to what use, as the Ryzen 3000 cpu's response to oc is so limited?
3950x or bust. Maybe the board will know its alive.:p
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