The MEG X570 ACE shows us the goods with the heat sinks removed!
The VRM is in a 12+2 phase configuration, and it uses doublers to get the phase count up to 12 phases. The PWM controller is the new controller is the IR35201, which outputs 6 phases to six IR3599 doublers and two phases for the two SoC phases. The power stages are IR3555 PowIRstages, which are each rated 60A.
The memory VRM is controlled by a Richtek RT8125 PWM controller, which outputs to a large single phase VRM consisting of On Semiconductor PowerPAKs, which have double the number of required MOSFETs.
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