Last month ASRock released the mini-sonic processor Z790 – designed for high-end Intel Raptor Lake processors, in the context of the popular videogame series Sonic the Hedgehog. The SOS-S, which will be introduced early next month, will release the B760M PG Sonic model based on the Intel B760 chipset.

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The new Z790 PG Sonic model is made in the standard ATX form factor, but a B760 PG Sonic model uses the compact Micro-ATX format. Although this, like the older board, it also supports the DDR5 RAM standard and the PCIe 5.0 interface.

If you don’t look beyond the quality of the boards, the B760M PG Sonic is very similar to the old model. Don’t be surprised that the new product uses the same 16-phase 14+1+1 VRM power system as the Z790 PG Sonic.

The compact board has two electric connectors for the processor, as well. The entry-level board is supervised by a wireless Wi-Fi module, which was not supported in a Z790 chipset model.

Gigabyte Aorus B760I Pro DDR4 and MSI MPG B760I Edge WIFI motherboards, along with upcoming 65W Raptor Lake processors, according to VideoCardz. Both new products are built with the smallest mini-ITX shape factor. This will also support the DP6 interface. But unlike the ASRock B760M PG Sonic model, they work with DDR4 RAM and only the 8-pin connector allows them to make a transistor.

The motherboards which are the Intel B760 chipset are expected to be presented on January 3 shortly after the formal announcement of the lower versions of the 13th generation Intel Core processors.

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