ASRock Launch its New LiveMixer Series Intel Z790 and AMD B650 Motherboards
Mike Sanders / 8 months ago
ASRock has announced the launch of its latest motherboard lineup, LiveMixer. There are Z790 LiveMixer and B650 LiveMixer for Intel’s and AMD’s new platforms separately, which are produced in partnership with content creators that need motherboards with superb reliability, cutting-edge performance and an extended connectivity mix for the many auxiliary devices required for streaming.
ASRock LiveMixer Series Intel Z790 and AMD B650 Motherboards
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Ultra USB Power
The LiveMixer features Ultra USB Power, a dedicated IC that converts 12 V power to 5 V, ensuring less voltage drop to provide more stable power to demanding USB devices. Completely separated from other 5 V circuits, it ensures USB audio devices suffer less noise, and it prevents power-related interference from other 5 V connected devices, such as ARGB LEDs.
Lightning Gaming Ports
The LiveMixer includes Lightning Gaming Ports are dedicated to providing the lowest latency mouse and keyboard input. Lightning Gaming Ports connect via their own dedicated controller, which avoids signal delay, helping gamers to play with minimal jitter and input latency.
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Where Can I Learn More?
At the time of writing, ASRock has yet to confirm any specific regional release dates nor how much we can expect these new motherboard models to cost (for either the AMD or Intel variants). – If you would, however, like to learn more, then you can check out the official product website links below:
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