Three million next year
Colorful is expected to ship 2.8 million motherboards globally in 2017, and the volumes are estimated to rise to three million in 2018.
To bring better Ryzen memory compatibility
MSI has announced the new A-XMP technology for its AM4 motherboards that promises to bring better memory compatibility as well as allow higher frequency DDR4 memory kits to work with new Ryzen CPUs.
Must be something in the water
The weekend saw a sudden stirring in the rumour mill centred on AMD working on Zen-based high end desktops processors and motherboards.
Crossfire works on B350 as well
According to the latest detailed specifications of the upcoming AMD socket AM4 motherboards, it appears that only the high-end X370 chipset will actually support Nvidia SLI while Crossfire will also be available on mid-range B350 chipset motherboards.
Z270 Classified K, Z270 FTW K and Z270 Stinger
Following the launch of Intel's new 7th generation Kaby Lake CPUs and the new Intel Z270 chipset, EVGA has unveiled three new motherboards, the EVGA Z270 Classified K, EVGA Z270 FTW K and the EVGA Z270 Stinger.
X370, B350 and A320 ready for Ryzen and Bristol Ridge
AMD has officially announced its newest socket AM4 motherboards that will be based on X370, B350 and A320 chipset and support its new Ryzen CPUs and the upcoming Bristol Ridge APUs.
Should help with M.2 SSD throttling
MSI will have a rather interesting new feature on its upcoming LGA1151 200-series based motherboards, called the M.2 Shield.
Four milllion this year
MSI is laughing all the way to the bank because of rising game notebook sales.
Decline and fall
Fifteen years ago, the motherboard industry was a buoyant place to be but it looks as if the glory days are all over now.