EVGA Formally Launches its AMD X570 DARK Motherboard
Mike Sanders / 9 months ago
The EVGA X570 DARK brings the exclusive DARK experience to Team Red users for the first time. This motherboard evolved through a comprehensive design overhaul to squeeze out the full performance of the legendary AMD Zen 3 processors. With a highly efficient 17-phase digital VRM design, 10-layer PCB, and two built-in VRM fans, it’s no wonder that some tried to fool you with DARK imitations.
EVGA X570 DARK Motherboard
Powered with unmatched multi-core performance and energy efficiency, the X570 DARK unshackles your PC with PCIe Gen4 support for the latest graphics cards and M.2 storage, lightning-fast 4800 MHz+(OC) memory support, two Intel 2.5 Gbps NICs, Wi-Fi 6/BT 5.2, plus an abundance of SATA 6 Gb/s ports and USB options.
- 150% Increased Socket Gold Content
- 2-Way SLI® Support
- Built for EVGA ELEET X1
- EVGA ELEET X1 Software Support
- EVGA Probe-It Connector
- EVGA’s Latest GUI BIOS Featuring OC Robot and In-BIOS Stress Testing
- Highly-Efficient 17 Phase Digital VRM
- New Integrated EVGA Wireless Module with Intel Dual-band WiFi 6 / BT5.2 with external antenna
- Onboard ARGB and RGB Headers controlled through EVGA ELEET X1
- Onboard Clear CMOS, Power and Reset Buttons
- Onboard Temperature and Voltage Monitoring
- PCI Express® Gen 4
- PCIe Disable Switches
- Realtek 7.1 Channel HD Audio + EVGA NU Audio
- Reinforced PCIe slots
- SafeBoot button resets the motherboard and goes into the BIOS with last known good settings without clearing CMOS
- Slow Mode switch locks CPU multiplier to lowest possible setting to allow users to switch between max OC and low speeds in real-time.
- SPI flashing via USB allows you to flash your BIOS without a CPU
- Supports AMD AM4 Socket 1331 Processors
- Triple BIOS Support
Where Can I Learn More?
At the time of writing EVGA has not confirmed any specific regional release dates for its X570 DARK motherboard, nor how much we can expect it to cost when it does arrive with retailers. Albeit, given that this represents a premium design, consumers can likely expect something in the region of £600+.
If you do, therefore, want to learn more about this new release, you can check out the official EVGA product website via the link here!
What do you think? Are you in the market for a brand new motherboard? If so, what are, generally speaking, your preferred brand/s? – Let us know in the comments!