ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-E GAMING WIFI – Hexus

Power stages toe the recent overkill line. Z590-E Gaming WiFi has 16 70A (1,120A!) arranged in seven twinned phases for the CPU and a twinned pair for SoC. Good luck in getting 1,000A through an 11th Gen chip. Thirsty though they are, even a Core i9-11900K running with full ABT support consumes no more than 200A. Overkill is also apt, in a nice way, for the heatpipe-connected VRM ‘sinks. Asus also does well with the M.2 heatsinks as they’re sufficiently chunky and, for the primary one, has thermal tape on both sides.

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ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-E GAMING WIFI – Hardware-Inside

The ASUS ROG Strix Z590-E-Gaming-WiFi is currently available in stores at a price of around € 350. Above all, it convinces with its lavish features, such as PCIe 4.0 support, the very good power supply, the many USB connections, a graphics card holder, the four M.2 connections including a clever clamping device and much more. Of course, all of this has its price, which is why the mainboard is not that cheap. Nevertheless, the ASUS ROG Strix Z590-E gaming WiFi deserves a very clear recommendation.

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ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-E GAMING WIFI – HardwareCooking

As for the power stage, we have 14 + 2 phase DrMOS SPS TI CSD59880 70A power supplies with a Renesas ISL69269 controller configured in 7 + 2 phases. No phase doubler, but a “Teamed” configuration. The board has six layers of PCB. The VRMs are cooled by two heat sinks connected via a heat pipe. In addition, ASUS provides a small 40mm fan as a bundle that can be positioned above the heatsinks to help with cooling. We will test this later in this article. The audio part is managed by a SupremeFX ALC4080 chip. 

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ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-E GAMING WIFI – eTeknix

I have absolutely no qualms about the quality or design of the Z590-E. ASUS has been at this a long time as we all know the ROG and STRIX branding brings a certain expectation of quality and design with it. With a 6-Layer PCB design, 14+2 Power Stages and a built-in Digi+ VRM, ASUS have covered your power and overclocking needs effectively. As we saw, there are also FAN/AIO/PUMP 4pin headers on this board meaning ASUS have you covered for whichever type of CPU cooling you want to go with. 

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ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-E GAMING WIFI – GreenTech Reviews

ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-E Gaming WiFi is a mid-range motherboard (Intel Z590-based variants) based on top-notch components and an impressive array of useful features. It has an advanced power subsystem (like the Maximus XIII Hero) with an active cooling system (if you install the complete fan yourself), which allows you not to worry about overheating when the processor is running, even when overclocked. Compared to its predecessor, the novelty received not just a visual update and a couple of new functions, but radically differs on all fronts – we have much more various slots, ports and interfaces at our disposal, and some of them are characterized by at least twice the speed of work.

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ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-E GAMING WIFI – GinjFo

Listed at the recommended retail price of € 419.90, this ROG Strix Z590-E Gaming WIFI targets the high end, not to say the very high end. It is aimed at players looking for the latest technologies and an armed platform to accommodate muscle and an imposing graphics card. Its connectivity is generous while Asus deploys a host of so-called intelligent technologies. They affect different aspects ranging from cooling to overclocking through audio.

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ASUS Announces Z590 Motherboards

It’s a rare thing when life lets you have it both ways, but that’s exactly what you’ll find from Intel’s Z590 desktop platform, launching today at CES 2021. Z590 motherboards maintain support for the stratospheric clock speeds and impressive multithreaded performance of Intel’s 10th Gen Core processors. At the same time, they’re ready for lift-off with all of the next-gen features of the upcoming 11th Gen Core CPU family, code-named Rocket Lake. A full array of ASUS Z590 motherboards is on its way, and whether you choose from the top-shelf ROG Maximus XIII series, the sleek and speedy ROG Strix line, the rugged TUF Gaming family, or the purposeful Prime lineup, you can be sure of a smooth and reliable PC build. We’ll have full details on all of those motherboards soon, but we want you to have a taste of what to expect today.

For the ASUS Z590 lineup, we’re tapping into all of the platform features offered by 11th Gen Core CPUs to offer Intel PC DIY enthusiasts a thoroughly cutting-edge experience. When paired with those upcoming CPUs, ASUS Z590 motherboards will offer up to 16 lanes of PCI Express 4.0 connectivity direct from the processor, delivering up to 32GB/s of bandwidth for today’s highest-performance discrete GPUs. The Z590 platform also taps four dedicated PCIe 4.0 lanes from the processor for maximum performance with the latest solid-state drives.

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