AMD has recently announced that its high-end top tier X399 Motherboards architecture based CPUs, AMD Ryzen Threadripper will be coming out early August. We also know that at SIGGRAPH event is almost 10 days away and AMD Ryzen may showcase more on Threadripper, ahead of its launch. However, AMD partners are trying to make availability for the new X399 motherboard architecture ahead of the chip launch.

Meet The Experts event will commence July 25, 2017 at 3PM GST and 10AM EST. AMD has shared an insight on the partners that will provide X399 motherboards by saying:

On this month’s Meet the Experts, we will provide a deep dive on the new X399 motherboards built to support the new AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ Processors.
Guest speakers from Asus®, Gigabyte™, MSI®, and ASRock® will provide an in-depth look on the positioning, features and specifications of these new motherboards.

Till now, the known X399 architecture based motherboards are Gigabyte X399 AORUS Gaming 7, ASUS X399 ROG Zenith Extreme, ASROCK X399 Professional Gaming and ASROCK X399 Taichi.

AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors are targeted for PC enthusiasts only, since its packs massive core count and even more number of threads. Intel also aims to launch its core i9 processors for PC enthusiasts, but Threadripper processor is comparatively cheap and may come out with liquid cooler out of the box. This source information is more than enough to shake the faith of Intel fans that look forward to the launch of Core i9. Core i9 will most likely come with stock cooler that too at an additional price along with the base CPU. On the contrary, you will get additional liquid cooler in total price of a Threadripper CPU.

What do you think about X399 motherboard architecture? Do you think it will be better than Intel’s X299 motherboards? Let us know more in comments section below.