Thursday, November 21st 2019

Colorful Announces the CVN X570M Gaming Pro Micro-ATX Motherboard

Colorful Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards and high-performance storage solutions is thrilled to announce the latest product to join its CVN class of high-performance motherboards with the new CVN X570M GAMING Pro microATX motherboard. Building on the foundation of the first X570 Gaming Pro V14 motherboard, COLORFUL is offering the same level of quality and feature for those looking for a more compact build and the CVN X570M GAMING Pro makes that possible.

The CVN X570M GAMING Pro is ready for the future with support for AMD's new 7 nm processor based on their Zen 2 architecture while still supporting both 2nd-gen and 3rd-gen Ryzen products. This allows upgraders an easy path to step into modern hardware without spending more. Making its debut is PCIe 4.0 on this motherboard giving it extra bandwidth for high-speed connections with devices. The motherboard also comes rich with USB connectivity including USB 3.1 Gen 2.
The CVN Class: Modern, Robust Hardware
CVN Class comes from the Carrier Vessel Nuclear. These series of products inspire to give customers a powerful platform where they can expect performance and well as quality. COLORFUL inspires to meet the challenge of bearing the weight of the name.

Innovating further the CVN philosophy, COLORFUL built the CVN X570M GAMING Pro based on an ENERGY CORE design which sees its cooling elements dabbed in space silver with a dash of red to showcase the CVN aesthetics. Performance-wise, the cooling elements provide ample cooling on the board with large areas for better heat dissipation.

Featuring steel reinforced PCIE bracket, these give the motherboard a premium feel as well as refined look. The entire motherboard features a contrasting color scheme and the motherboard are adorned with prints that greatly accentuate the trim of the motherboard.

iGame Dynamik Light
Dress up your CVN motherboard with ARGB lights. The CVN X570M Gaming Pro supports 5 V ARGB lighting via onboard for advanced RGB lighting control and you can synchronize this with other hardware that support iGame Dynamik Light software.

The CVN X570M GAMING Pro features USB3.1 Gen2 connectivity as well as USB 3.1 Gen1 and a set of USB2.0 for connectivity. A legacy PS/2 port is also present for players who prefer that connection and the motherboard also features RTL8111H Gigabit LAN as well as an 8.1 channel HD audio complimented by Nichicon audio capacitors. Display output for APU use is provided via HDMI or DisplayPort
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11 Comments on Colorful Announces the CVN X570M Gaming Pro Micro-ATX Motherboard

#1
PLSG08
Yey finally more mATX boards :D
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Imsochobo
PLSG08
Yey finally more mATX boards :D
Yes!
I'd love one with 10gbe integrated though :(
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#3
PLSG08
Imsochobo
Yes!
I'd love one with 10gbe integrated though :(
Ye :( wish mATX gets more love. Its the perfect size for general use imo :C
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#4
Lorec
I like that close-up shot on that "energy core" ;)
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#5
Harakhti
This actually might be useful if it's priced right. And as long as it's not some 4+2 weirdness like most of the worse B450 boards we know about...
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#6
Imsochobo
PLSG08
Ye :( wish mATX gets more love. Its the perfect size for general use imo :C
I run a 10gbe nic, x570m pro4 with 3tb of M2 + 2x 1tb sata ssd so can pack pretty much onto them, and ohh a intel wifi 6 m.2 e Key .
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#7
Dammeron
Not a bad board. If only there was wi-fi and a full cover for the back i/o panel, that would be all I needed.
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#8
king of swag187
Harakhti
This actually might be useful if it's priced right. And as long as it's not some 4+2 weirdness like most of the worse B450 boards we know about...
It looks like a 4x2+2 for the VRM
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#9
TheDeeGee
Wake me up when boards appear without a fan.
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#10
JAB Creations
I'm looking for an X570 motherboard with the following specs:
  • No WIFI, only wired.
  • No Intel chips (a lot of boards have Intel NICs!).
  • 3 x M.2 ports or more.
  • 8 x SATA ports.
I visited the Colorful website and their full ATX X570 motherboard looks decent. I don't need the performance as much as I need to convert from the 10 SATA port usage I'm stuck at with my 990FX motherboard down to six or less. I want to avoid having to splurge on an addon SATA port card. I'm eyeballing the 3800X sometime in December.
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#11
R-T-B
TheDeeGee
Wake me up when boards appear without a fan.
dead.

Sorry, but... if you mean X570 boards... maybe serious?
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