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ASRock announces X570 TaiChi Razer edition motherboard

The X570 TaiChi has been available for over a year already, with AMD processors becoming more popular in the market. They have teamed up with Razer to improve their RGB capabilities.

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“We’ve been so excited to make the ASRock Taichi Razer Edition debut. The sense of Razer sublimates it into a part of gamers’ religion,” said Chris Lee, general manager of ASRock motherboard business unit. “Razer knows well about elements gamers looking for and makes everything fall into place!”

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“We’re incredibly excited to work with ASRock to enable native Razer Chroma RGB integration with thousands of devices,” Says Kushal Tandon, Director of Marketing (Software) at Razer, “The ASRock Taichi Razer Edition motherboard is the ultimate control center for all things Chroma RGB.” “We are thrilled ASRock and Razer chose to utilize the AMD X570 and B550 chipsets in their inaugural motherboard, the Taichi – Razer Edition,” said Chris Kilburn, corporate vice president and general manager, client component business unit, AMD.  “With the AMD 500 Series chipsets and the recently released Ryzen™ 5000 series desktop processors, AMD has focused on delivering the ultimate experience to gamers. ASRock and Razer have done the same here, creating an ideal blend of performance and style.”

There are performance between the base model and the Razer version: Bother motherboards uses Killer NIC rather than Intels, it also seem that the base X570 only has 14 power phases in comparison to the 16 on the Razer 2570 and both B550.

Source: https://videocardz.com/press-release/asrock-launches-x570-and-b550-taichi-razer-edition-motherboards

https://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/B550 Taichi Razer Edition/index.html

https://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/X570 Taichi Razer Edition/index.html
Thoughts: Wow visually the boards look impressive and cool, the Motherboard rank list on this forum seems to show that other manufacturers are a possibly better choice. I will wait for reviews.

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now this IS something I can get behind.

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Now you, too, can express your sexuality with a... motherboard?

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Not a fan,i only care about quality/performance and practicality.

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Is weird kinda since Razer makes peripherals. 

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Does this mean it will beak the second after the warranty period expires?

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Wait... so there's no Monster Energy in the mobo? 😒

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Forced to use yet another RGB ecosystem and a Killer NIC. Only people who would buy this are people that hate themselves.

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3 hours ago, williamcll said:

There are performance between the base model and the Razer version: Bother motherboards uses Killer NIC rather than Intels, it also seem that the base X570 only has 14 power phases in comparison to the 16 on the Razer 2570 and both B550.

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Thoughts: Wow visually the boards look impressive and cool, the Motherboard rank list on this forum seems to show that other manufacturers are a possibly better choice. I will wait for reviews.

 

Well, I'm pretty happy with my Taichi motherboard, but its dual Intel NICs are one of the things I like about it... I mean, if you are going to team up purely for branding, at least Fatal1ty had no negative connotation to it :P 

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Yea that looks co-

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nevermind 

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7 hours ago, handymanshandle said:

Now you, too, can express your sexuality with a... motherboard?

The motherboard says gay rights

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I hope this doesnt count as political. Im sure im probably kissing the line right now though

 

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I'm still waiting for a Cyberpunk 2077 special edition motherboard of some kind.

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Ok, not gonna lie. As a owner of a Razer mouse and keyboard, this motherboard looks kickass. Maybe, depending upon how long the run of Razer Taichi X570 boards and AMD's CPU stock issues settles. I would get one of these motherboards in a heart beat... RGB ram sprinkled in for extra RGB flavor.

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This Kyle approves.

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