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Posted · Original PosterOP

Here are some new board running on the Intel Z390 chipset, used for the upcoming Intel 9000 series cpus, the first mainstream 8 core. One thing I find odd is

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why does Asus have the word "CPU" pointing at the back of the PCIe clip.

Asrock

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MSI

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https://videocardz.com/77792/gigabytes-z390-aorus-elite-motherboard-pictured

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https://videocardz.com/newz/gigabyte-z390-gaming-sli-motherboard-pictured

https://videocardz.com/newz/asrock-z390-series-motherboards-leaked

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6 minutes ago, NumLock21 said:

Here are some new board running on the Intel Z390 chipset, used for the upcoming Intel 9000 series cpus, the first mainstream 8 core. One thing I find odd is

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why does Asus have the word "CPU" pointing at the back of the PCIe clip.

Asrock

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https://videocardz.com/77792/gigabytes-z390-aorus-elite-motherboard-pictured

https://videocardz.com/newz/gigabytes-z390-i-aorus-pro-wifi-leaked

https://videocardz.com/78256/asus-z390-rog-maximus-xi-strix-prime-and-tuf-motherboards-leaked

https://videocardz.com/newz/gigabyte-z390-gaming-sli-motherboard-pictured

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I guess those are pcie lanes wired directly to the CPU and the other are from the chipseto.O


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8 minutes ago, NumLock21 said:

Here are some new board running on the Intel Z390 chipset, used for the upcoming Intel 9000 series cpus, the first mainstream 8 core. One thing I find odd is

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why does Asus have the word "CPU" pointing at the back of the PCIe clip.

 

 

So that you know its the PCI-e lanes from CPU and not the chipset... I hope... :D

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1 minute ago, racer243l said:

I guess those are pcie lanes wired directly to the CPU and the other are from the chipseto.O

Looks like your correct. I've noticed the word CPU is also pointed at the 2nd x16 slot.


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4 hours ago, NumLock21 said:

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Man are they trying to make me repeat myself?

 


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I'll be sticking to my not-stupid-looking Z370-E thank you very much (also cause the whole rig less the CPU and one of the drives is brand new and I don't need to upgrade although the siren call of RTX is there... nevermind it's overpriced garbage


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i take it this board is what you need to run a i7 9900K


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5 hours ago, NumLock21 said:

the first mainstream 8 core

from intel*


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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 hours ago, Dissitesuxba11s said:

I wonder if they are going to keep the words on the bottom left. Speed!

I'm afraid that's how it will be from now on.

And look at them CMOS batteries

 

31 minutes ago, Space Reptile said:

from intel*

My mind said Intel, but my fingers didn't xD


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I'm really not liking the Aorus branding the past few generations.

 

Really wish Gigabyte would bring back the SOC-Force style boards. Those looked awesome.

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I’m really hoping ASRock keeps an ITX board with thunderbolt (or someone else comes along and does it). Hard to tell from the pictures but doesn’t look promising.

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11 hours ago, Densetsu said:

I hope not. I was planning to use that board, but it looks silly.

Ugh yeah me too. Seems like ASUS is run by edgy 12 year old gamers these days. The ASrock and AORUS ITX look much better. Hopefully they have beefier VRM than the Z370 ones. And better audio.

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Who cares i bought ryzen 2600 + Gigabyte x470 Aorus UG for 300$ both,  those boards will prolly cost 300$ just the board and new 8 core i7/i9 400$+, boring intel as always, nothing exciting unless you are milionaire.

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14 hours ago, TVwazhere said:

Man are they trying to make me repeat myself?

 

ditto

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(to be fair, I'm not a fan of that particular design (the Superdry effect (nothing against Superdry because those are pretty unassuming shirts I'm okay with)), but I'm very happy Asus and Asrock et alia make posters out of the often overlooked part of the motherboard)

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21 hours ago, NumLock21 said:

Here are some new board running on the Intel Z390 chipset, used for the upcoming Intel 9000 series cpus, the first mainstream 8 core.

oh really?


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10 hours ago, 7nationarmy said:

Ugh yeah me too. Seems like ASUS is run by edgy 12 year old gamers these days. The ASrock and AORUS ITX look much better. Hopefully they have beefier VRM than the Z370 ones. And better audio.

What? I thought these new Asus motherboards seemed clean compared to what they usually are. I think they look appealing. That being said the asrock boards look the best imo. 

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24 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

What? I thought these new Asus motherboards seemed clean compared to what they usually are. I think they look appealing. That being said the asrock boards look the best imo. 

Mb I should have been more specific :P I was referring to the Strix boards specifically, with all those gaudy texts. 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 hours ago, VegetableStu said:

waaaaaaaaaiiiiitt hang on.

 

wow wtaf. that skull ._.

Asus managed to license cod black ops 4 so it gets that skull. It even says it on the m.2 heatsink. Maybe it's bundle with the game.

 


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