When it comes to graphics cards, the PC community has a slew of options to choose from in terms of which manufacturer to buy them from. Whether you purchase them from frontrunners AMD or NVIDIA or decide to buy a graphics card from ASUS Republic of Gamers, there are a ton of options to choose from. However, the graphics card market is getting a new player, ASRock, a PC part manufacturer that specializes in motherboards, and industrial PCs.
Today, the Taiwanese-based company officially announced it’s entering the game by unveiling the Phantom Gaming display adapters, which are based on AMD’s Radeon RX 500 line of graphics processing units. At launch, the Phantom Gaming cards will offer four different model options: The Radion RX 550 and RX 560 in 2GB or 4GB, and the 8GB Radeon RX 570 and RX 580. Each of the four cards will feature a DisplayPort (3x for those who purchase the RX 570 or 58), HDMI, and DVI outputs. The manufacturer also promised that its line of graphics cards would deliver impressive overclocking capabilities. Essentially, ASRock’s goal is to provide everything great about the AMD Radeon GPUs.
ASRock also confirmed that its line of cards would deliver everything that makes the Radeon cards great. Including FreeSync, Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition, and Radeon graphic’s highly optimized DirectX 12, and Vulkan performance.
Currently, ASRock has yet to unveil when these cards are available, nor has a final MSRP been revealed. However, if you are itching to check out additional information on the cards, including what software will be featured for each, head over to ASRock’s official website. Additionally, you can check out the announcement trailer as well as a batch of screenshots for each of the aforementioned GPUs will be provided below.