All we saw were a few demos showcasing the performance of its Ryzen desktop processor and a brief glimpse of the company s upcoming graphics chip design codenamed Vega.
The expected motherboard stuff was apparently saved for CES 2017.
For starters, there are five motherboard makers at the Las Vegas tech convention displaying a total of 16 AM4-based solutions ready for AMD s upcoming Ryzen desktop processors.
They are based on the X370 and X300 chipsets, with the X370 serving the high-end desktop market that demands the ultimate performance, multiple graphics cards, and the latest motherboard features.
The X300 chipset targets performance-packed small form factor PCs using Mini-ITX motherboards.
Here are the boards on display at the show: