Thursday, November 5th 2020

ASRock Announces X570 Phantom Gaming Velocita Motherboard

For AMD Ryzen 5000 Series desktop processor, ASRock, a leading global motherboard manufacturer, has launched the X570 PG Velocita. It is a new crew of Phantom Gaming series designed to meet the needs of high-end gamers and the best choice for high price-performance build. "We've heard the voice of online gamers! The Killer networking on the X570 PG Velocita offers the uninterrupted online experiences and makes gamers beat all competitors in an instant!" said Chris Lee, general manager of ASRock motherboard business unit.

Users may well spot on the phantom gaming logo's difference! The blazing fire in the core symbols the higher transmit rate. Users can enjoy the PCI express 4.0 with double bandwidth from previous generation. At the same time, the whole new Killer Ethernet & Wifi offer a faster and more reliable networking for gamers towards perfect gaming experiences. The cool color around contrasts quite markedly with the flame inside, making the design code of phantom gaming full of mystery. The frame-break shield integrates all elements above, showing temperament of domineer and unbeatable strength of new Phantom Gaming.
ASRock X570 PG Velocita has both Killer E3100 and Killer AX1650, which support Killer Prioritization Engine and Killer DoubleShot Pro, offering the most reliable networking. The Killer Prioritization Engine can Identifies thousands of games, applications, and websites. It prioritizes real time packets over other packets and makes Gaming in first priority, offering more enjoyable and uninterrupted online entertainment experiences with better throughput and lowest latency.

Killer DoubleShot Pro is a technology for systems that have both Killer Wireless and Killer Ethernet products, enabling your computer to use Wi-Fi and Ethernet at the same time. It will automatically utilize the fastest network connection for all of the PC's high priority traffic, and all standard traffic are then sent over the other interface. This ensures the highest priority traffic will always be put on the fastest and most reliable link.

Gamer-Centric Features for Incredible Performance
For AMD Ryzen 5000 series processors, X570 PG Velocita provides the 14 Digi Power Phase & 50 A Dr. MOS, offering a completely smooth power delivery to fully develop the OC potential of CPUs with optimized heat dissipation. Besides, it provides two Hyper M.2 sockets with full-coverage heatsink for up to Gen4 x4 (64 Gb/s), ensuring that high-performance M.2 SSDs can always work at full capacity and have the longer component lifespan. With PCI express 4.0 slots for graphic cards and all features above, gamers have been already one step forward than other competitors.

Style Your Personality
With Polychrome RGB, ASRock offers a very comprehensive control to perform the built-in RGB LEDs or the connected LED strips, CPU fans, coolers, chassis and any RGB devices smoothly. There are both 3-pin addressable RGB header and traditional 4-pin RGB LED headers on X570 PG Velocita that allows users to connect RGB strips directly to the motherboard and sync their lighting system using the app provided.


For more information, visit the product page.
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12 Comments on ASRock Announces X570 Phantom Gaming Velocita Motherboard

#1
dj-electric
Dear ASRock,

If you want to throw a european racing car spin on motherboard design, me and many others would like to see a return to form, and a return of the OC Formula series of motherboards.

Many of us loved the designs and hardware you put on those, and would love seeing them make a comeback. Thanks.
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#2
Caring1
Killer networking killed this for me, give me Intel instead and a solid coloured motherboard.
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#3
Th3pwn3r
Caring1
Killer networking killed this for me, give me Intel instead and a solid coloured motherboard.
Ha, I think I'd rather have Killer after dealing with my Asus board and Intel recently. Luckily I had WiFi on the board too or I wouldn't have had any Internet.
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#4
bonehead123
Caring1
Killer networking killed this for me, give me Intel instead and a solid coloured motherboard.
Not sure about the hate towards Killer that I've notice here, but I've used both over the years, and have yet to see any real difference between them, performance and/or reliabilitiy-wise....neveranottaproblemo :)

As for multi-colored mobo's, I prefer single colored ones too, which is just 1 reason why I generally don't use da Rock's stuff...
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#5
JAB Creations
Glad they got rid of the Intel garbage.

My finances finally lined up to upgrade...the week before Christmas. The Phantom Gaming X was the only motherboard with 8 SATA and 3 NVMe slots. Here they got rid of one of them so meh.

I also explicitly don't want WIFI garbage on my high end motherboards or at least the ability to physically remove the chip to reduce exposure to EMF radiation.
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#6
Woomack
bonehead123
Not sure about the hate towards Killer that I've notice here, but I've used both over the years, and have yet to see any real difference between them, performance and/or reliabilitiy-wise....neveranottaproblemo :)

As for multi-colored mobo's, I prefer single colored ones too, which is just 1 reason why I generally don't use da Rock's stuff...
There were a lot of complaints about Killer NIC and its stability/drivers. Additionally, many users found Intel to be better in last generations. I don't know what they improved in the new series as recently all new motherboards are using, somehow problematic, Intel i225V or Realtek where Realtek (Dragon series LAN) is pretty much the best if we compare bandwidth and latency. Aquantia 10G is good too or at least for me it was working fine but of course 10G is limited to top series mobos.
JAB Creations
Glad they got rid of the Intel garbage.
Afaik, older X570 mobos have 1Gb Intel LAN which was fine and wasn't causing problems while all new X570 and B550 mobos have Realtek LAN which is also fine. Only i225 from Intel is causing problems but ASRock is not using it. For example ASUS does.
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#7
X71200
I like their higher end boards, PCB-wise to be precise. I ordered an X570 Taichi one time, but it was damaged so they didn't send it to me. Liking how they did a better M.2 cooling config on this one, you had to remove the whole thing on the Taichi. This is probably not all that great with that garbage Killer NIC, still not a bad looking board however. Just IMO.
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#8
ixi
bonehead123
Not sure about the hate towards Killer that I've notice here, but I've used both over the years, and have yet to see any real difference between them, performance and/or reliabilitiy-wise....neveranottaproblemo :)

As for multi-colored mobo's, I prefer single colored ones too, which is just 1 reason why I generally don't use da Rock's stuff...
Killer works just fine, but you can compare it to casual intel 1Gb/s interface which is like... 10 years old and still use less cpu. But there were few tests that killer was ahead too.


I wonder if Mikrotik will enter mobo market, haha.
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#9
Gruffalo.Soldier
I'm the only one
Nothing wrong with Intel network. that dumb expensive killer thing years back was a turd in a fur coat, just a gimmick on motherboards now, as they cant sell them expensive turds to anyone now
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#10
X71200
You also have the higher end Intel and Realtek chips like 2.5, 5 and 10gbit ones on motherboards of this caliber. So... yeah.
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#11
ixi
X71200
You also have the higher end Intel and Realtek chips like 2.5, 5 and 10gbit ones on motherboards of this caliber. So... yeah.
Yup, at least in my entire life I have never had problems with intel, realtek, broadcom and killer mega duper nic. What can I say about killer that their "QoS" didnt work on z87 chipset.
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#12
Jism
Th3pwn3r
Ha, I think I'd rather have Killer after dealing with my Asus board and Intel recently. Luckily I had WiFi on the board too or I wouldn't have had any Internet.
You too? I had a X470-F on which the NIC was performing very erratic; disconnects, the whole thing. Kept going for weeks, after that it was just dead. The board died after a few weeks.

I read more and more faulty intel NICS.
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