ASUS Z690 ROG STRIX motherboards for Intel Alder Lake CPUs leaked

Published: 22nd Oct 2021, 09:32 GMT   Comments

ASUS ROG STRIX alphabet of motherboards

We finally have some photos of the upcoming ROG STRIX motherboards based on the Z690 chipset.

As some of you might be quick to notice, the ROG STRIX Z690-A is pretty much identical to Z690-F, except for its color scheme. The ROG STIRX Z690-A might be an interesting alternative to people already considering PRIME Z690-A, which is to feature nearly identical black and white color scheme. The choice will come down to the specs and features, which we sadly don’t have a list of yet.

ASUS ROG STRIX Z690-A & Z690-F, Source: VideoCardz

ASUS is launching a plethora of ROG STRIX motherboards, which are not to use DDR5 memory technology exclusively because there will be DDR4 models as well. There are only small differences between the E and G series, such as a layout of the PCIe slots, the E series simply have more x16 lanes. The Z690-G model is simply a Micro-ATX form factor.

ASUS ROG STRIX Z690-E & Z690-G, Source: VideoCardz

We have a first look at ROG MAXIMUS Z690 EXTREME GLACIAL. This is a flagship motherboard from the upcoming ASUS series featuring a preinstalled monoblock for existing liquid cooling.

ASUS ROG MAXIMUS Z690 EXTREME GLACIAL, Source: VideoCardz




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