Just yesterday we received some introductory information surrounding the three main chipsets that for AMD’s Zen CPU architecture. Today we have a few slides that go more into the specifics of what those chipsets will actually include. Thankfully, overclocking is supported by more than just the X370.
X370 is looking very robust these days
The basic connectivity remains rather full, with 32-PCIe lanes to go around for various different tasks, including handling GPU duties. USB 3.1 is also of the generation 2 variety, allowing for more bandwidth. The chipset itself, X370, B350 and A320, will all have between four and eight lanes of the PCIe generation 2 variety to help provide additional bandwidth. The CPU, as we’ll be reminded, provides direct PCIe generation 3 connectivity. And of course, the more enthusiast marketed chipsets, X370, B350 and the SFF-oriented X300, will allow for overclocking with Zen. Zen will be unlocked at all levels, presumably.