ASRock Z690 PG Velocita – CowcotLand

After the Asrock Z690 Extreme, it is the turn of the Asrock Z690 PG Velocita to find itself on our test benches. On the other hand, this time, it will not be with DDR4 memory, but with DDR5. Perfect, even if our two cards are not on the same price bracket, it will still allow us to make an opinion on the differences in performance between the two.

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ASRock Z690 PG Velocita – TechPowerUp

As expected, the Z690 PG Velocita also includes DDR5 and PCIe 5.0-ready solutions for those looking for the newest technology. ASRock has also added a M.2 Gen5 4x socket for when these next-gen NVMe drives reach the market in late 2022, which is not commonly found on Z690-based motherboards. To round out the experience, the ASRock Z690 PG Velocita also offers great connectivity with the newest WiFi 6E technology and 2.5G LAN for those who need to transfer data quickly. There is a lot to cover in this review, so let’s take a closer look at what the ASRock Z690 PG Velocita has to offer.

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ASRock Z690 PG Velocita – El Chapuzas Informatico

In the lower half of the motherboard, we find 3 PCIe x16 slots , each one of a generation. And it is that although the first is a PCIe 5.0 x16 with direct connection to the processor, the second is a PCIe 4.0 x16 with 4 lines and the third a PCIe 3.0 x16 also with 4 lines, as well as 2 PCIe 4.0 x1 slots . Another aspect to note is that the chipset has a small fan to improve its cooling, and you can also see the always interesting Debug LED screen in the lower right corner.

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ASRock Z690 PG Velocita – TweakTown

ASRock is the last of the big four vendors to send over an Intel Z690 platform for us to test and review. The PG Velocita is an upper mid-range platform sitting under the Taichi, but above the Extreme, Steel Legend, and Pro series. It also happens to be one of the first Z690 boards to have the Intel Killer Suite that includes the AX1675 for WiFi6e and E3100G 2.5Gbe LAN.

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