ASRock has finally revealed its Phantom Gaming graphics cards with the company’s new Phantom Gaming X399 motherboard. The new Phantom Gaming series will feature a full-fledged gaming ecosystem with integrated liquid cooling, RGB lighting, and high performance features.The ASRock finally reveals its Phantom Gaming graphics cards is a story about the ASRock’s upcoming Phantom gaming graphics card. This budget graphics card will be released in 2020 and will have a price tag of $99. Read more in detail here: best budget graphics card 2020.
It’s been more than a week since rumors about ASRock joining the graphics card market began to circulate, and there was even a teaser video from ASRock on Twitter a few days ago that didn’t reveal the ASRock graphics card in its entirety. However, ASRock has officially released information regarding their upcoming Phantom Gaming series.
As previously stated, ASRock will produce AMD RX 500 series graphics cards, which comprise the RX 580 8Gb, RX 570 8Gb, RX 560 4/2Gb, and RX 550 4/2Gb graphics cards. All of them are part of the Phantom Gaming series, although they have somewhat different looks. The twin fan heatsink cards on the RX 580 and RX 570 cards will be longer than the other two entry-level GPUs.
The other two, the RX 560 and 550, will come with a single fan heatsink, similar to the Mini editions from EVGA and Zotac, but with the same grey heatsink shroud and white accents. The RX 580 and 570, on the other hand, will have a bigger heatsink with composite heat pipes for improved heat dissipation. The official ASRock Phantom VGA website has all of the details about their specifications.
“ASRock finally extend into the graphics card field,” said Mr. LL Shiu, ASRock Chief Executive Officer, adding, “We are pleased and proud to join up with AMD, our strong and dependable partner, and of course we look forward to putting out more innovative and competitive products in the future.”
In the news announcement, ASRock did not mention a price or a launch date, but we can presume that they will be available shortly. Here’s a 1-minute promotional film for ASRock’s Phantom Graphics cards.
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