Razer’s version of the Z690 Taichi ASRock motherboard appeared. This motherboard includes Razer Chroma RGB LEDs, but it looks identical to the regular Z690 Taichi board. The two companies previously released two AM4 motherboards together.
The motherboard was noticed by a Twitter user momomo_us. The motherboard lacks the hardware designs found in regular ASRock Taichi motherboards. Instead, the motherboard is equipped with RGB LEDs, which can be controlled individually via Razer Chroma software. The motherboard will also have the Razer Edition logo. The Razer motherboard is also largely black, with the regular Z690 having copper accents.
The Razer version appears to be identical to de reguliere Z690 Taichi. It can be seen that the Razer version again has two Thunderbolt 4 Type-C ports, an HDMI 2.1 connection, two Ethernet connectors and Wi-Fi 6E support, just like the regular variant. It is assumed that the Z690 Taichi Razer Edition will also receive support for DDR5-6400 and the same vrm design with 20 stages and Dr.MOS vrms. There are also three M.2 slots on display, two of which are supposed to provide a PCIe 4.0 interface.
It is unknown when the ASRock Z690 Taichi Razer Edition will be released or what it will cost, though Twitter user _MGKZ It is noted that the motherboard is available in a European online store for 750 euros. The regular ASRock Z690 Taichi will be released on November 4, along with the first Intel Alder Lake processors. The manufacturer has not yet shared a suggested retail price for this motherboard.
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