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EVGA has officially launched its first AM4 motherboard for AMD Ryzen processors, the X570 DARK. Painted in black and designed for extreme overclocking, EVGA’s X570 DARK motherboard boasts an assortment of unique and high-end features such as a 17-phase digital VRM design, 10-layer PCB, two built-in VRM fans, horizontally oriented memory slots, and right-angle power connectors. Users will also find native PCIe Gen4 x16 and M.2 slots, support for up to 64 GB of 4,8000 MHz+ (OC) memory, two Intel 2.5 Gbps NICs, Wi-Fi 6/BT 5.2, and eight SATA 6 Gb/s ports (six native).

EVGA’s X570 DARK motherboard is priced at $689.99 on its online store but is currently out of stock. The motherboard also appears to be exclusive to members of EVGA’s Elite Member program.

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Press Release

The EVGA X570 DARK brings the exclusive DARK experience to Team Red 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. Powered with unmatched multi-core performance and energy efficiency, the EVGA X570 DARK unshackles your PC with PCIe Gen4 support for the latest graphics cards and M.2 storage, lightning-fast 4800MHz+(OC) memory support, two Intel 2.5 Gbps NICs, Wi-Fi 6/BT 5.2, plus an abundance of SATA 6Gb/s ports and USB options. The search for the pinnacle of desktop PC performance is over: this is the way.

Source: EVGA

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4 Comments

  1. [QUOTE=”Burticus, post: 41627, member: 297″]
    Should be gold f*cking plated for 7 hundy
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    Yeah, I mean, I get this is a “high end” board and all, and the price of everything is just out of whack, but yeah that’s a lot of cash for a motherboard platform that’s a year and a half old

  2. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 41629, member: 96″]
    Yeah, I mean, I get this is a “high end” board and all, and the price of everything is just out of whack, but yeah that’s a lot of cash for a motherboard platform that’s a year and a half old
    [/QUOTE]
    Yes it is, but sadly within the realm of the ultra high end X570 motherboards we’ve tested and seen on the market. The MSI MEG X570 GODLIKE was the same way.

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