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Old 29-05-17, 02:59 PM
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ASRock announce their new Gaming-ITX series of AM4 motherboards

ASRock has announced their new B350 and X370 Fatal1ty Gaming-ITX series AM4 motherboards, offering Ryzen overclocking support in an ultra small form factor.



Read more on ASRock's Fatal1ty series Gaming-ITX AM4 motherboards.

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Old 29-05-17, 03:01 PM
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Old 29-05-17, 03:24 PM
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These look pretty decent. Not too lairy, and decent specs. Although I would like to see more manufacturers release their own itx AM4 boards. Which I'm hoping might happen in the next couple of days, maybe even some ryzen based apu's
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Agreed but it's their Fatal1ty range, so I'm not really surprised.

I hope more AM4 ITX boards start arriving soon though. Mrs is moaning that her new PC is only half done, oops
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Old 29-05-17, 11:32 PM
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Agreed but it's their Fatal1ty range, so I'm not really surprised.
Like g0ggles said, it's cause of Fatal1ty. He has always used the red colour on his logo and been about red.

Regarding this motherboard, I'm more fed up with all of this Fatal1ty stuff, more than I am with PewDiePie. I mean, Fatal1ty was huge, like 10-20 years ago. He's not even someone that is something today, not like NiP, Fnatic etc is anyway.
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