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ASRock announces 12 new Z390 Phantom Gaming Motherboards

ASRock Phantom Gaming Z390 Motherboard

ASRock has confirmed the future release of 12 new Phantom Gaming Motherboards for the new Intel Z390 chipset scheduled to release later this year dubbed the ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming lineup. ASRock will be dropping the Fatal1ty branding lineup for their high end motherboards and video cards and replacing it with Phantom Gaming series. Add ASRock’s list to the list of other manufacturers such as Gigabyte, MSI and ASUS also releasing motherboards for the Intel Coffee Lake S refresh.

Intel has confirmed the release of the new  Z390 chipset which is suppose to replace the existing Coffee Lake supported Z370 chipset. The Z390 dials the die size down to 14nm, reducing overall system power consumption. Other features such as USB 3.1 Gen 2 and Wireless-ac support, were also added.

The following ASRock Phantom Gaming motherboards are set to be released later on in the year:

  • ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 9
  • ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming SLI/ac
  • Z390 Phantom Gaming-ITX/ac
  • Z390 Gaming K6
  • Z390 Gaming-ITXac
  • Z390 Master SLI/ac
  • Z390 Pro4
  • Z390 Taichi Ultimate
  • Z390 Taichi
  • Z390M Pro4
  • Z390M-ITXac
  • Z390M-STX MXM

Pricing and release dates for the ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming motherboards will be announced at a later date.

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[…] ASRock has just released information regarding its brand new lineup of Intel Z390 chipset motherboard under the Phantom Gaming series including the Z390 Taichi motherboard. These new motherboards are designed to work with the current series of Intel Coffee Lake series processors, as well as the new Intel 9000-series processors (LGA1511) due to arrive later this year. This is a welcomed confirmation as we learned last month that 12 new ASRock Z390 motherboards were on the horizon. […]

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