The core specification list has largely gone unaltered. There’s still support for 10th and 11th Gen processors, as well as four DDR4 DIMM slots that can hold up to 128GB RAM with speeds of up to 4266MHz. There are two M.2 slots, four SATA ports, two full-size PCIe x16 expansion slots, and a further three PCIe x1 slots.
Just like the N7 Z490, there’s even a pre-installed Wi-Fi M.2 card, which can later be upgraded if you want faster wireless, and it’s now Bluetooth 5.2 and Wi-Fi 6E. Other than that, you can expect to see a few more USB 3.x ports on the rear I/O, as well as a few more layers to the PCB, allowing for more complex circuitry for all the additional functionality.
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