ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-I and PRIME Z390-A motherboards leaked

Published: 5th Sep 2018, 18:23 GMT   Comments

Croatian media outlet called PC Eskpert released a video showcasing two unreleased Z390 motherboards from ASUS.

ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-I and PRIME Z390-A

The video from Croatian PC Ekspert shows two motherboards from ASUS based on Z390 chipset, designed specifically for upcoming Intel 9000 series processors.

The first called ROG STRIX Z390-I motherboard is in Mini-ITX form factor. This motherboard features a huge I/O cover, fancy VRM heatsink, and even an M.2 heat spreader. There’s additional M.2 slot on the back, so it actually supports two M.2 devices.

The Z390-A from PRIME series is, on the other hand, in standard ATX form factor. Unlike ROG STRIX, these motherboards are for less demanding users. The Z390-A features three PCIe x16 slots and two PCIe x1 interfaces. This model also supports two M.2 devices.

[Video was taken down]




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