The ASRock B250 PRO4 motherboard, outstanding in its quality, performance and compact dimensions, supports the latest Kaby Lake Intel® 7th generation processors, making it a great cornerstone for brand new assemblies.
Do you plan to build a new computer set that should not miss the latest processor AMD Ryzen 3000? In that case, you will need the X570 chipset, and that's what the ASROCK X570M Pro4 is equipped with. The motherboard of the compact mATX format handles the latest games, professional graphics programs and demanding multimedia applications so you can rely on optimum performance in all of these situations. Support for PCI Express 4.0 is a matter of course.
Designed for powerful workstations and gaming kits, the ASROCK X570M Pro4 is equipped with the right technology. In addition to the AMD AM4 slot for AMD Ryzen processors , the DDR4 memory slots operate at up to 4200 MHz (OC) . There are two PCIe 3.0x16 slots on the motherboard for graphics cards. You can plug in AMD CrossFireX mode so you can enjoy the games up to the last pixel.
In addition to SATA III connectors, the X570M Pro4 provides lightning-fast data streams with M.2 ports for incredible 64 Gbps throughput. This is equivalent to transmitting the contents of one DVD per fraction of a second. For fast network communication, an integrated LAN card is ready on the motherboard. Peripherals won't be left behind either, thanks to the built-in USB 3.2 ports. There's also a modern USB 3.2 Type C future port.
The ASROCK X570M Pro4 is built from premium materials and components to ensure the most efficient use of the power of all components involved . The emphasis on detail begins with power. This provides a stable and powerful power source while minimizing electromagnetic noise and heat accumulation. The built-in overvoltage protection is very practical. This will ensure that your computer is safe for example during thunderstorms. Unique is also the construction of the PCB board itself. Compared to common variants, its internal structure is much denser. As a result, moisture does not penetrate the base plate, which would otherwise cause corrosion and minor short-circuits.