To come back to the model to which we are going to devote this article, the ROG Strix Z590-E, it is currently available at 399 euros at LDLC while the Hero version is available for 512 euros and the APEX version at 549 euros. We can therefore consider that this Strix Z590-E represents entry level in the “Republic of Gamers ” series even if my “F” version is still 50 euros cheaper by ignoring certain options such as the led debug screen . On the other hand, by looking a little, it is available at 329 euros at Alternate and there, it is a very interesting price!

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EVGA Teases AMD Motherboard

EVGA released a short teaser video for what appears to be their first AMD based motherboard offering. Traditionally, EVGA has only offered up motherboard based off of Intel chipsets, but the times are changing…


The Gigabyte Z590 Vision G is a striking motherboard. Gigabyte has once again done a good job of creating a white theme that stands out visually, but still fits a wide array of components. While the RGB LED implementation lags behind some other boards in terms of complexity, brightness, and customization, diffusion is excellent, and the placement blends in seamlessly with the board’s theme. Combined with the great storage options including four M.2 slots, the Gigabyte Z590 Vision G makes for a compelling package.

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Two premium motherboards sit atop Asus’ Z590 product stack, and we’ll be looking at both in depth below: the ROG Maximus XIII Extreme and its liquid-cooled big brother, the Extreme Glacial. Priced at $899 and $1499.99 respectively, these boards are undoubtedly tough on your wallet, but they offer some of the best hardware and one of the most comprehensive feature sets around. This includes incredibly robust power delivery, a whopping five M.2 sockets, dual Thunderbolt 4/Type-C ports, watercooling monitoring capabilities, premium audio, enough buttons and switches to keep the most skilled overclocker busy, and of course a high-end appearance that looks great with most build themes.

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MSI Announces MAG X570S Series Motherboards

[Taipei, Taiwan] At the beginning of June, MSI presented the brand-new X570S Series motherboards during MSI‘s online product launch event. The unique designs and remarkable features sparked widespread discussions. Here are more in-depth concrete details regarding the MSI MAG X570S Series.

In 2019, AMD’s X570 platform came out and became the first chipset that supports PCIe 4.0 solution. Even now, MSI X570 Series motherboards are undoubtedly a great lineup with high specifications and aggressive designs. However, MSI can’t just stop there. Our mission is to deliver the best computing experience for every gamer and creator. The new X570S Series motherboards achieved exactly that.

MSI is dedicated to product optimization so the new motherboards are made with prominent features. The MAG X570S Series is at the forefront of this launch. Inspired by military design, the MAG X570S TOMAHAWK MAX WIFI and MAG X570S TORPEDO MAX share identical looks. More excitingly, the MAG X570S TORPEDO MAX now comes in the Pacific Blue colorway, which is all the rage for our fans. Apart from the attractive designs, the imperative modification is the fanless chipset heatsink. We removed the fan to reduce dust and noise, while the ranges of the heatsink are expanded. Also, both MAG X570S TOMAHAWK MAX WIFI and MAG X570S TORPEDO MAX have M.2 Shield Frozr. The former has an All Aluminum Design while the latter has an Extended Heatsink Design. Therefore, the new MSI X570S Series motherboards enhance heat dissipation efficiency instead of sacrificing the heat dissipation performance.

In terms of the specifications, both MAG X570S Series motherboards feature 12 Duet Rail Power System with digital PWM IC to unleash the potential power of the processors. With 2 PCIe 4.0 x16 slots, both motherboards support multi-GPU CrossFire Technology. The MAG X570S Series motherboards are equipped with 2.5G LAN while the MAG X570S TOMAHAWK MAX WIFI supports the latest network solution Wi-Fi 6E for high-speed transmission. For the audio, the MAG X570S Series is upgraded to Audio Boost 5, which provides a high-tier audio experience.

Take it easy. MSI will launch new MPG and MEG Series motherboards as well and disclose the latest information on our channel. So stay tuned.

For more details, please check the product pages below:


ASRock Z590 PG Velocita – FunkyKit

Today, we’ll be taking a look at the ASRock Z590 PG Velocita Motherboard featuring the Intel Z590 chipset, and is compatible for both the previous 10th gen, and the latest 11th Gen (Rocket Lake) Intel Core processors, which is based on the LGA1200 socket. It supports PCIe 4.0 standards and memory speeds of up to DDR4-4800 (OC).

The board is packed with some great features including 2 x PCIe 4.0 x16, 1 x PCIe 3.0 x16, and 1 x PCIe 3.0 x1 slots, 6 x SATA3 ports, 1 x Hyper M.2 (PCIe Gen4 x4), 2 x Ultra M.2 (PCIe Gen3 x4 & SATA3) slots for SSDs. And for connectivity, you get 1 x Intel Gigabit LAN, as well as the latest Killer E3100G 2.5GB LAN and Killer AX1675x Wifi 6E.

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ASRock Z590 OC Formula – TechPowerUp

The OC Formula line from ASRock returns with the Z590 OC Formula. The ASRock Z590 OC Formula was designed in collaboration with Nick Shih to facilitate record breaking extreme overclocking.

The ASRock Z590 OC Formula features a powerful 16-phase VRM utilizing top-tier 90 A power stages along with a 12-layer PCB and even an OLED display. Along with the overclocking aids and features, the Z590 OC Formula also includes 2.5 Gb/s LAN and WiFi 6E, and a healthy complement of storage options. Let’s see how far the ASRock Z590 OC Formula can go!

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ASRock Z590 Taichi – ThinkComputers

With the Z590 chipset ASRock of course has a Z590 Taichi motherboard. The whole idea behind the Taichi series since it launched was to give you the consumer as many features as possible at a reasonable price. We’ve reviewed quite a few Taichi motherboards and all of them have delivered on that promise. The Z590 Taichi brings with it all of the features you would expect from the Z590 chipset, but also adds in some exclusive ASRock features as well. You get a 14-phase power design, dual Thunderbolt 4 ports, USB 3.2 gen 2×2 support, three NVMe slots, and Killer 2.5G LAN as well as Killer 802.11ax WiFi.

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Dot Esports’ Best 5 Z490 Motherboards

Some Z490 motherboards are designed for more general use, while others are specifically for gaming. Gaming motherboards boast higher performance than regular motherboards, with enough power to run the most demanding processors. Most Z490 gaming motherboards have high RAM capacity and several M.2 and PCIe slots to add NVMe drives and graphics cards. High-end Z490 motherboards even have built-in wireless adapters with up-to-date Wi-Fi 6 capability and optical ports for sound.

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MSI MEG B550 UNIFY – eTeknix

Looking to be the top B550 board out there, the MEG B550 UNIFY has quite a bit going for it. From four M.2 slot,s three of which are Gen 4 (Take notes Intel) to WiFi 6 and more, the MEG B550 UNIFY looks like one hell of a board on paper! The all-black aesthetic is going to allow it to fit in nicely with almost any build and really give users full control over how they want things to look. Is RGB slowly dying off? I highly doubt it, but it is nice to see an option without it, Kudos MSI!

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