AMD X570S motherboard is seen, finally no need for fans
AMD X570S chipsets seem to be becoming a reality with the latest leak where we see the chipset alongside a Ryzen 7 5700G processor.
AMD X570S motherboard is seen alongside the Ryzen 7 5700G CPU
AMD is preparing a refresh of its current chipsets for the high-end segment. With the X570 chipsets, the company started by adding support for a PCIe 4.0 interface that takes advantage of the latest NVMe SSDs. With the new updated X570 motherboards, AMD aims to further improve its high-end segment.
The leak comes from TUM_APISAK, where we discovered the existence of the X570S Aorus Pro AX model that will use the revised chipset. GIGABYTE has already listed this motherboard at EEC, so the announcement and launch could be very close.
Some testing at CPU-Z shows that the chipset does indeed exist, although it doesn’t specify exactly what the “S” stands for.
It’s possible that the “S” stands for “Silent” or “Quiet”, so it’s possible that X570S motherboards can run with lower TDP and passive cooling. Currently, most of Gigabyte’s X570 motherboards use active cooling, which isn’t popular with everyone due to noise.
The screenshot shows that the motherboard was tested together with the Ryzen 7 5700G processor using the CPU-Z tool.
The entry in the tool may have been made by GIGABYTE themselves, who recently received the Ryzen 5000G series processors.