ASRock rumored to soon make Radeon graphics cards

ASRock could enter the graphics card market with custom AMD Radeon offerings.

Published Wed, Mar 7 2018 7:34 PM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:52 AM CST

It looks like there could be another graphics card player on the market, with rumors swirling that ASRock is preparing to enter into a new market apart from excelling in motherboards.

ASRock rumored to soon make Radeon graphics cards |

DigiTimes is reporting that Taiwanese brand ASRock is partnering with AMD to make Radeon graphics cards, but the one thing we don't know yet is whether these cards would be mining-focused cards or pure balls-to-the-wall custom Radeon graphics cards.

DigiTimes reports: "Motherboard player ASRock reportedly will enter the graphics card market in April and focus mainly on supplying AMD-based products, according to some market watchers".


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