COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2015 is coming, and ASRock has prepared upgraded Super Alloy motherboards, an army of Intel SoC motherboards, plus a full system NUC named Beebox. Moreover, ASRock is about to debut their first wave of gaming peripherals. The Super Alloy Series will receive several upgrades, but the biggest difference of all will be Intel's 100 Series chipsets which support Intel's 6th Generation CPUs, DDR4 memory and Type-C USB 3.1.
The main spotlights of ASRock's Super Alloy Series motherboards will be the ASRock X99X Killer/3.1 and Z170 Extreme7. The new motherboard features the latest PCIe Gen3 x4 U.2 interface and Purity Sound 3. Another star of the Super Alloy Series is the ASRock X99E-ITX/ac, the first mini-ITX sized Intel X99 chipset motherboard.
ASRock's new Gaming product line includes the ASRock Z170 Gaming K6, an Intel Z170 chipset powered motherboard which mainly focuses on performance, stability, graphics and audio quality.
Besides gaming motherboards which anyone would have guessed, other ASRock Gaming products will include gaming mice, mouse pads and a 4T4R 802.11ac Router named G10.
A new legion of low temperature and power efficient Intel SoC motherboards, otherwise known as the N3000 Series will be present at COMPUTEX. ASRock is bringing out the ASRock Beebox, the first N3000 powered NUC with Type-C USB 3.1, which supports dual channel memory plus triple monitor and 4k playback.