The day before, ASRock added two products to its motherboard range based on the sTRX4 socket package and the AMD TRX40 logic set. A detailed description of the TRX40 Creator and TRX40 Taichi models is already available on the manufacturer's website and their actual release will take place on November 25, along with the first 3rd generation AMD Ryzen Threadripper chips.
ASRock TRX40 Taichi would be the most striking new product. It features a 16-channel CPU socket system with two EPS12V connectors, a 2.5-gigabit network interface on a Realtek Dragon RTL81
Two aluminum radiators connected with a heating tube are responsible for cooling the power circuits.The upper radiator is blown by a pair of ~ 40 mm propellers.The set of expansion shutters contains three PCI Express 4.0 x16 PCI-E 4.0 x1, and you can use eight SATA 6 Gb / s ports, two M.2 slots and a supplied Hyper Quad M.2 expansion card for four NVMe SSDs to connect devices.
The ASRock TRX40 Creator motherboard addresses the so-called content creators, this model is known for 2.5- and 10-gigabit network connectors, a wireless Wi-Fi 6 module and a USB 3.2 Gen2x2 Type-C port ( 20 Gb / s) The STRX4 socket is powered by an 8 phase diagram, det there are two aluminum radiators with a heat pipe and one of them is blown by a ~ 40 mm fan.
The cost of the ASRock TRX40 motherboard will be known closer to its release (November 25). Detailed specifications for new products are available on the links above.