ASRock has been hinting at upcoming LiveMixer motherboard designs for some time on social media.Today finally a PC component manufacturer launch The first two LiveMixer products. One for Intel and one for AMD processors. On the surface, it mixes a splash of color in graffiti-style lettering and a Jackson Pollock meets, fruit-infused energy drink aesthetic. Beneath the surface, these are claimed to be reliable motherboards tuned to meet the demands of creators and streamers.
First, let’s think about the design. Because this is what makes these motherboards stand out in the crowded field. With a name like “LiveMixer”, you might think it has some degree of user customization. ASRock, in its press release, agrees with the idea, stating that motherboard/design choices allow you to “show your personality.”
However, there is only one ASRock LiveMixer motherboard design for Intel Z790 chipset and AMD B650 chipset. Both designs feature graffiti and splashes of color. Intel is mostly purple and AMD is mostly orange.
Moving on to features, ASRock emphasizes that the LiveMixer board offers “superior reliability, cutting-edge performance, and enhanced connectivity.”
Despite platform chipset differences, these motherboards share many “designed for streaming” qualities and typically rely on many USB-connected devices (controllers, cameras, microphones, etc.) Appeal to users. Features common to both boards are highlighted in the screenshot below and include 23 onboard USB ports, Dragon 2.5G LAN, DDR5 memory support, Nahimic audio, automatic driver installer and Polychrome Sync lighting. increase.
Both boards feature ASRock Blazing M.2 storage connectors (PCIe Gen5 x4) with heatsink, dual PCIe x4 slots and Thunderbolt headers, optimized VRM design with Japanese capacitors, low-latency USB for keyboard and mouse port, with Ultra USB power to support stable peripherals. and (claimed) quality construction.
product page of ASRock Z790 Live Mixer (Intel) and ASRock B650 Live Mixer (AMD) Motherboard is working. If you’re interested in digging deeper into the specs of a particular product, you can check out the extensive details ASRock has to offer. Your choice will probably come down to whether you’re interested in an Intel Raptor Lake or an AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU, rather than color preference. ASRock has not said anything about availability or pricing yet.