Brief Over of Z690 Motherboards – Ars Technica

Even entry-level Z-series motherboards come with their fair share of bells and whistles—truly bare-bones motherboards are reserved for cheaper chipsets that Intel hasn’t announced or released yet. In this price range, you generally get four DDR4 memory slots, though a couple (like the MSI Pro Z690-A DDR5 and Z690-A WIFI DDR5) do offer four DDR5 memory slots instead, as well as a PCI Express 5.0 x16 slot for GPUs, a couple of display outputs (usually one DisplayPort, one HDMI), and three or four M.2 2280 slots for installing multiple SSDs.

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