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Asus and ASRock Lineup With B650 Motherboards

The market introduction of AMD Ryzen 7000 will initially only be accompanied by the expensive X670(E) motherboards. It will be cheaper from October when the smaller B650(E) chipset hits the market. There is a piece of new information about models from Asus and ASRock. User Reous has published a list of some Asus motherboards with B650 and B650E chipsets on the HardwareLuxx forum.

In addition to five ATX models, two variants in mATX format are listed. All models have an M.2 SSD slot with PCIe 5.0, but only the ROG Strix B650E-E Gaming Wifi can offer additional PCIe 5.0 lanes for the graphics card, thanks to the B650E chipset.

B650(E) motherboards from Asus (Image: HardwareLuxx Forum) B650 cards from Asus

  • Prime B650 Plus
  • TUF Gaming B650M Plus
  • TUF Gaming B650M Plus Wifi
  • TUF Gaming B650 Plus
  • TUF Gaming B650-Plus Wifi
  • ROG Strix B650-A Gaming Wifi
  • ROG Strix B650E-E Gaming Wifi

A list of various ASRock motherboards with B650(E) had also been published in advance. One of the models, the ASRock B650 LiveMixer, is now available picture with the circuit board with an eye-catching design.

ASRock B650 LiveMixer (Image: Weibo (edited by VideoCardz)) ASRock B650 boards

  • B650E Steel Legend
  • B650E ITX
  • B650E ProRS
  • B650E Phantom Gaming Riptide
  • B650E Phantom Gaming ITX/AX
  • B650 Phantom Gaming Speed
  • B650M Phantom Gaming Riptide
  • B650M-C
  • B650-C
  • B650 Live Mixer
  • B650 PG Lightning

B650(E) motherboards from ASRock (Photo: VideoCardz) The information about the B650 line-up from other manufacturers is still very poor. At least there was a hint of an MSI MAG B650. However, many more details are likely to leak out until the October launch.

With the market launch of the new AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU generation on September 27, the better equipped but also more expensive motherboards with the X670(E) chipset will appear first. You can find a lot more information about this at a glance.

Stella Phillip

She works as an editor at Research Snipers.