is it really? O its not just... usb c?Thunderbolt header spotted on the X299M!
There’s a H310 STX board coming in around June. I asked Asrock and they said that.Does the appearance of the Z370 Micro-STX board mean that there might also be a "normal" Z370 m-STX board (without the MXM slot)? Also that X299 mATX board looks like a good option, especially if compared against the boards from other manufacturers (...evga...)!
Really? Well, there’s my upgrade. I really don’t like Intel.Glad to hear they're at least trying to put AM4 on STX!
And a final note; ASRock has been trying to get AM4 to work on Micro-STX. however even the 65w processors have a power consumption in excess of what the form factor can support at this time.
I was referring to the X299 mATX motherboard.is it really? O its not just... usb c?
I mean it could be I'd love to. does that mean that thunderbolt could be comming to ryzen next year as well??
oh, i misreard then.I was referring to the X299 mATX motherboard.
Gigabyte have released the X399 Designare EX which is the only AMD board with Thunderbolt support.
However, Gigabyte have since pulled it from their specifications pending certification.
That's part of the STX standardHoly sheeeeeesh........did they by any chance also mention if it'll have M.2 slot with 4 PCIe lanes?
The board would need to be bigger on the surface to allow that And fancy seeing you here.Come on, ASRock, pull a miracle and give us a TR4 ITX board.
Not necessarily. The socket is small enough to allow for multiple daughter boards and SODIMM memory. It would just be incredibly difficult, costly, and not worth it to bring a prototype to market.The board would need to be bigger on the surface to allow that And fancy seeing you here.
Designing a C-style cooler specifically for the board and having the daugherboards slot into it could be a viable option for that. Also, I mean, there's plenty of space on the back of the board for various things. 8 SODIMMs?Not necessarily. The socket is small enough to allow for multiple daughter boards and SODIMM memory. It would just be incredibly difficult, costly, and not worth it to bring a prototype to market.