June 15, 2021

ASUS Z590 Motherboards announced at CES 2021

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ASUS Z590 Motherboards announced at CES 2021. CES 2021 is live and will run from Mon, 11 Jan 2021 – Thu, 14 Jan 2021. The new ASUS Z590 motherboards offer extreme speed and leverage cutting-edge technologies to maximize the capabilities of 11th Gen Intel Core processors. 

Intel announced the Z590 desktop platform at CES 2021, ASUS Z590 series motherboard lineup was soon launched which spans the entire spectrum of top-end Motherboards. Namely ROG Maximus XIII, high-performance ROG Strix, durable TUF Gaming, and steadfast Prime motherboards.

ROG Maximus XIII Extreme
ROG Maximus XIII Extreme

These motherboards are designed to maximize the full potential of the 11th Gen Intel Core processors. The same features beefed-up VRMs for responsive and reliable power delivery, along with enhanced VRM and M.2 thermal solutions. Comprehensive connectivity options include onboard USB 3.2 Gen 2X2 Type-C, up to 10 Gb Ethernet, and future-proof Intel WiFi 6E. Also, a host of AI-powered technologies — AI Overclocking, AI Cooling, AI Networking, and Two-Way AI Noise Cancelation. This allows users to optimize their system with minimal effort.

Upcoming:

A full reveal of each series coming soon.. ASUS will also be releasing a wide range of Intel 500-series boards based on the H570, B560 and H510 chipsets.

For more information on these products, please refer to the ASUS Edge Up content hub and the dedicated Intel 500-series information center.

ASUS Prime Z590
ASUS Prime Z590

Upcoming firmware updates will also enable ASUS 400- series motherboards to support the latest 11th Gen Core processors. These updates will be announced on the Intel 400-series family information page.

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