The upcoming AMD AM4 platform is all the hype from AMD these days looking at how it will be compatible with the Ryzen chip. AMD has revealed 16 AM4 motherboards along with 17 full PCs at the CES 2017 event. These motherboards are from partners like MSI and Gigabyte etc. Ryzen is ready to come out in Q1 2017 and these AM4 motherboards will play a vital role in making an all AMD build in 2017.
MSI AM4 Motherboards
From MSI we have the A320M Pro-VD, X370 Xpower Gaming Titanium, the B350 Tomahawk, and the B350M mortar. You can check out the images of the motherboards below.
ASrock AM4 Motherboards
From ASrock we have the X370 Taichi, AB350 Gaming K4, X370 Gaming K4, and the A320M Pro4.
Biostar AM4 Motherboards
Biostar has launched the X370GT7, X350GT5, and X350GT3 AM4 motherboards.
Gigabyte AM4 Motherboards
Gigabyte debuted the GA-AX370-Gaming K5, GA-AX370-Gaming 5, AB350Gaming 3, and Gigabyte A320M-HD3 motherboards.
Ryzen Cooling Solutions
There have been a number of cooling solutions on display as well and here are some of them. From Corsair we have the Hydro H110i, H60, and H100i.
From Noctua, we have the NH-L9x65, NH-U12S, and D15.
Full AMD PCs
Many companies came forward with their versions of AMD PCs and here are some of them from Origin PC, Overclockers UK, and PC Specialist etc.
All this is in anticipation of the Ryzen chip. From what we have seen so far the chip is very promising. AMD has done a good job with the performance now it all come down to the pricing. If the pricing is right I see no reason why this chip cannot be successful in the market.
We will have to see how the gaming community reacts to the new chip that is coming out in March 2017. Until then all we can do is wait and hope that AMD stays true to the claims that were made.