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Parallel to the purchase of a new Threadripper 3000 processor, the purchase of a TRX40 motherboard is obligatory. Only with such a substructure is Castle Peak usable. The fact that the powerful possibly beats into the office, was already in advance from. Nevertheless, there was a small residual hope for moderate prices. It seems shattered now.

Meanwhile, several manufacturers have dropped their covers and put on display what they have to offer in terms of TRX40 motherboards. Asrock, Asus, Gigabyte and MSI presented their new HEDT concoctions with sTRX4 socket and fresh chipset. Along with this, first prices were also spotted.

Four gigabyte TRX40 motherboards of allegedly 400 to 870 US dollars

For example, a US retailer is already listing prices for the Gigabyte lineup. The manufacturer includes four TRX40 mainboards in its own product portfolio. Among them is also one of the probably comparatively cheapest variants with the Aorus Pro WiFi. If the price data prove true, then just over $ 407, mind you without taxes, due. Accordingly, the equipment is slimmed down in some areas. For example, in the power supply. The VRM design is 12 + 3 phases weaker than the higher priced options. Even with the LAN, only one single port, which in turn offers only 1 Gigabit / s, has to be compromised.

TRX40 motherboards from Gigabyte






Gigabyte TRX40 Aorus Pro WiFi I / O (1)


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Gigabyte TRX40 Aorus Pro WiFi


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Gigabyte TRX40 Aorus Master I / O


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Gigabyte TRX40 Aorus Master


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Gigabyte TRX40 Aorus Xtreme I / O


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Gigabyte TRX40 Aorus Xtreme


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Who needs better equipment in both points, must put at least just over 100 US dollars more on the counter. At around $ 510, the next better model in the form of the TRX40 Aorus Master will start. Among other things, 16 + 3 VRM phases and a 5-Gbit LAN connection and Gigabit LAN port are available. Subsequently, the Gigabyte TRX40 Designare classify with good of 646 US dollars before taxes, while at the upper end with about 870 US dollars the TRX40 Aorus Extreme stands, which naturally offers the lushest equipment. Added to this, in the case of the two last-mentioned Gigabyte TRX40 motherboards, a new form factor "XL-ATX". With 32.5 x 27.5 cm it settles on E-ATX. Refer to the Gigabyte TRX40 Aorus Pro WiFi, Aorus Master, Designare, and Aorus Xtreme product pages for additional specifications.

Asus should be royally paid for top model, confusion at MSI and Asrock

The ROG Zenith II Extreme started with the price rumors around the TRX40 motherboards. It is the top model of Asus, which can be royally paid by the manufacturer according to rumor mill. At the end of October, a price of 1,400 US dollars made the rounds and is actually already old hat. The manufacturer did not want to deny or confirm the cost point in the course of the presentation of their own TRX40 squad. Apart from the ROG Zenith II Extreme, this includes two more mainboards that are named ROG Strix TRX40-E Gaming and Prime TRX40-Pro.

TRX40 motherboards from Asus






Asus Prime TRX40-Pro (1)


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Asus ROG Strix TRX40-E Gaming (2)


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Asus ROG Strix TRX40-E Gaming (1)


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Asus ROG Zenith II Extreme


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Also three TRX40 motherboards come from manufacturer MSI and uses the naming brazenly in the competition. What made the round in advance as a rumor, should finally prove true and so there will be two "Creator" motherboards with TRX40 chipset from two different manufacturers. After all, MSI is so gracious to put the "creator" in the name of the TRX40. There is also a risk of confusion with the now confirmed Asrock TRX40 Creator.

Offside, MSI still offers the motherboards TRX40 Pro 10G and TRX40 Pro WiFi. Asrock only supplies TRX40 with the TRX40 Creator and TRX40 Taichi in a double pack.

TRX40 motherboards from MSI and Asrock






Asrock TRX40 Creator


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Asrock TRX40 Taichi


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MSI Creator TRX40


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MSI TRX40 Pro 10G (1)


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MSI TRX40 Pro WiFi


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Active chipset cooling, semi-passive VRM cooler and connectivity

The active chipset cooling, which is more or less standard on the mainstream boards with AMD's X570 chipset, will be unavoidable with TRX40 for the time being. None of the motherboards shown does not work out without it. If you can not get over the small fans, you will also spurn some VRM cooling on the TRX40 motherboards, because fans are partly installed here as well. This is the case for example with the Asus ROG Zenith II Extreme and ROG Strix TRX40-E Gaming as well as with Asrock's TRX40 Creator.

As far as the general equipment of the individual motherboards is concerned, which is understandably more or less slimmed down depending on the price, there is a lot of PCI-Express 4.0. Numerous PCI Express x16 slots, various M.2 slots as well as 10 Gigabit LANs use corresponding lanes.


Fleet is also on the way in terms USB. The fresh AMD platform with USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 is waiting here. The bid is thus a transmission rate of 20 gigabit / s. However, they do not exist on all models available for launch. Completely it is waived at Gigabyte. Here, a maximum of USB 3.2 Gen 2 is offered with 10 Gbps, while Asus offers only with the ROG Zenith II Extreme with a corresponding solution. It is better served at Asrock and MSI, where the USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 pulls through the entire portfolio including ASMedia controller ASM3242.

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The equipment with regard to the voltage converter varies in part depending on the price range different. What that looks like in the case of Gigabyte has already been described above. At the bottom there are 12 + 3 phases and they also offer MSI's TRX40 Pro 10G and Pro WiFi. At least fun here with the Asrock TRX40 Creator with only eight phases. The Asrock TRX40 Taichi, MSI's Creator TRX40 as well as the complete Asus Line-Up are equipped with 16 VRM phases.

The go-ahead for the sale falls on 25 November 2019. Then go also the first Threadripper 3000 processors in the form of the 3970X and 3960X in the trade.

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