ASRock’s own rig, the Mutant X570 Motherboard, Utilizes Intel Cooling System instead of the default AM4. To date, this is probably the only motherboard that does this. Each motherboard vendor in the market today uses the AM4 socket cooler. \n \nOn its website, ASRock revealed that it’s using the LGA 115X mounting system. Those are the holes you will find when you try to install a cooling rig. You won’t find any retention bracket for the AMD, which means the board doesn’t support the AM4 cooler. \n \nThe obvious question is why? \n \nIf you look at the list of all coolers that are compatible with the Mutant X570, most of them feature AM4 brackets. \n \n \n \nBut you can also find on the list some coolers that don’t offer AM4 support, and these are geared toward the mini-ITX. \n \nThat’s not a surprise at all considering that most mini-ITX is designed to support the mounting rig from Intel. Of course, if you have a mini-ITX build, your options for a low-profile cooler are severely limited. \n \nWith the X570 Phantom, ASRock just expanded the options for these consumers. The LGA 1151 can accommodate older sockets. The board, for instance, supports the Noctua series by Intel. Noctua deservedly earned a reputation as one of the best cooler manufacturers around. The only drawback is that its products can be a little pricey. \n \nThe X570 supports the Ryzen 2000 and 3000 Series chips, DDR4 (up to 4533+), and PCIe Gen4 x 16. There are four SATA3, including one Hyper M.2, and USB 3.2 (both Gen1 and Gen2). There’s also one Type-C port from Thunderbolt and the patented Polychrome SYNC from ASRock for customized RGB lighting. \n \nThe Thunderbolt technology enables you to transfer data up to 40 gigabytes per second. Using just a single wire, you can already connect three Thunderbolt devices. \n \nThe Power Phase Design allows seamless delivery of power to the CPU. It also promises superior overclocking capability, as well as enhanced performance, while keeping the heat down. That’s good news for gamers who routinely abuse their PCs when playing their favorite titles. \n \nFor example, the Dr. MOS is equipped with the Smart Power Stage technology. You can check the temperature and running current of every phase. You can avoid CPU throttling if you are always on top of your temperature with the use of a smart sensor.