asrock mistakenly leaked the existence of a fourth chipset for the AMD Ryzen 7000, and this is the AMD B650EIt’s the B650 Extreme. So far, officially, AMD has only ruled on chipsets X670E, X670 and B650so the improvements are officially unknown.
Officially, the chipset AMD B650 It is designed as a budget option, and despite that, it will bring motherboards to life with the interface PCI Express 5.0 for storage cabinet NVMe-SSD M.2, so a version AMD B650E, According to logic, this would imply that it could also be integrated the PCI-Express 5.0 interface for a GPU in addition to storage, very curiously the chipset AMD X670 It already fulfills this function, adding a PCIe 5.0 interface for SSD storage and graphics, although optional, as long as the manufacturer deems it appropriate according to each model.
For its part, the high-end chipset, the AMD X670Ealready requires that all motherboards that incorporate it include the PCI-Express 5.0 interface for both the GPU and the SSD, remembering that this chipset, and its little brother, are actually two AMD B650 chipsets, or in other terms form, two silicons baptized as promontory 21 (PROM21), so we don’t know if the chipset AMD B650E It is able to offer the same features as its big brother with a single chip, or it also offers a dual-chip design.
In addition, the AMD B650 also allows CPU and RAM overclockingso it’s really a rather confusing fourth option that could offer the same benefits as the AMD X670 chipset.
Coming back to the leak, ASRock will post five motherboards with said chipsetand these are the ASRocks B650E Steel Legendthe B650E ITX, the B650E ProRSB650E Ghost Gaming Riptide and its compact version B650E Phantom Gaming-ITX/AX.
via: video cardz