ASUS ProArt B550-CREATOR – GreenTech_Reviews

ASUS ProArt B550-Creator is the second representative of the ProArt series among motherboards. The first one appeared last year and was designed to use 10th generation Intel Core processors (and already supports 11th generation). If in the case of Intel, the manufacturer made some compromises, but the heroine of this material uses the functionality of the processor and chipset to the maximum. Yes, this is an “average” AMD B550 chipset, but there are plenty of slots, ports and connectors to build a high-performance workstation for almost any task that does not require a lot of processor configuration. What came of this and are there any restrictions – we read right now.

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ASUS ROG STRIX B560-I GAMING WIFI – itndaily

The heart of the ASUS ROG Strix B560-I Gaming WIFI motherboard is the Intel B560 chipset, which is compatible with 11th Gen Intel Core (Socket LGA 1200) and PCIe 4.0. However, the main feature of the chipset is the ability to overclock the RAM . Now, to unleash the potential of high-frequency modules, it is not necessary to purchase a top-end platform based on the Z590.

ASUS ROG Strix B560-I Gaming WIFI is the perfect base for a compact gaming system or multimedia center. And all because the kit includes a smart Wi-Fi adapter that forms a reinforced concrete connection at home, in addition, the device has a lot of the most diverse “sockets” and demanded interfaces. Let’s talk about them in more detail.

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ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XIII HERO – PC Magazine

The Z590 ROG Maximus XIII Hero features an edgy aesthetic. The heatsinks and heat spreaders are all black, with a few lighter gray sections that add some contrast. Diagonal slits are cut into them to aid in cooling (allowing for more air-adjacent surface area) and make the board look even slicker. This appearance is further enhanced by RGB LEDs set over the chipset and between the fins on the VRM heatsinks.

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ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-I GAMING WIFI – TechPowerUp

The ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-I Gaming WiFi is a compact power house featuring a robust 10-phase VRM with top of the line power stages and a substantial VRM cooling solution. BIOS flashback has also been included, as well as ASUS’s excellent BIOS designed to provide an optimal, stress-free overclocking experience. The ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-I Gaming WiFi also offers great connectivity with WiFi 6, 2.5 Gb/s Ethernet, and Thunderbolt 4. All of this performance is packed into an ITX form factor with some clever engineering to make it all fit.

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Mini-ITX Z590 Roundup – Tom’s Hardware

In our testing, all boards performed well, easily mixing in with our other test results, including full-size and more-expensive options. Out of the box, the ASRock board is the most hamstrung by Intel’s power limits, while the other boards tend to run a bit more free in comparison. But all you need to do to get the ASRock up to par with the other boards is to raise its power limits. The performance difference was negligible outside of the long-running tests, where the turbo time/limits come into play. Gaming performance was similar among all the boards, as was memory bandwidth and latency testing. Outside of a couple of outliers, all boards performed similarly, especially when the playing field was leveled by removing the stock limits.

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ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-I GAMING WIFI – GreenTech_Reviews

Intel 11th generation processors required motherboard manufacturers to implement a little more functionality and change the power subsystem in their solutions. For full-size motherboards, this is not a problem, but interest is attracted by the most compact motherboards on the market – in the mini-ITX format, the available space for the flight of engineering thought is very limited. In this article, we will get acquainted with the variant from ASUS of the ROG STRIX series – Z590-I Gaming WiFi.

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ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XIII EXTREME GLACIAL – TweakTown

Memory setup includes four slots, 288-pin ready for DDR4 2133MHz up to 5333MHz with overclocking and XMP. Storage is handled by six SATA ports and three Hyper M.2 ports on the motherboard, while the Dimm.2 card supports an additional two Ultra m.2.

10Gbe is added alongside 2.5Gbe for a legit wired LAN setup, while the Intel AX210 has the best Wi-Fi possible ready to go alongside BT 5.2 support. Audio has no corners cut either deploying the Realtek ALC4082 alongside the ESS Sabre 9018 AMP/DAC.

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ASUS ROG STRIX Z590-E GAMING WIFI – Vortez

In the aftermath of the Intel 11th Gen. launch, we’re left with a multitude of Intel Z590 motherboards to examine. To take full advantage of Rocket Lake, it is advised to indulge in one of these new motherboards so that the very latest tech/features are available.

Although the ROG STRIX Z590-E Gaming WiFi is defined as ROG’s flagship (in their own words) this motherboard isn’t their top-of-the-line model, with a number of other boards being above it in the stack. Nevertheless, the Z590-E Gaming WiFi is a high-performance solution which is jam-packed with a plethora of features including 4x M.2 Slots, 2x PCIe 4.0 X16 slots, and of course, WiFi 6E.

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ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XIII EXTREME GLACIAL – Pause Hardware

This new water block is made of pure electrolytic copper plated with nickel in order to prevent oxidation. The coolant is directed by milled paths passing first on your processor, then through the M.2 slot, through the PCH and finally through the vrm. Integrated sensors at the inlet and outlet therefore transmit statistics to the Fan Xpert 4 software. You will always have an eye on the flow rate of your flow as well as on the temperature of your liquid. Finally, a small addressable RGB touch is integrated and visible through the plexiglass panels located at the ends.

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ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XIII HERO – GinjFo

Its price positioning is consistent with the key to a leading mechanism in order to optimize its configuration down to the smallest detail. Her dress is worked through a solid passive cooling. It attacks the Z590 chipset, VRMs or even various M.2 SSDs. We also find a nicely distributed RGB and a racy overall look.

In use, the performance is there with a full UEFI BIOS. Asus also offers several “in-house” technologies to simplify its configuration and the implementation of optimization. For example, AI Overclocking proposes to automatically and intelligently boost the processor through an analysis of various parameters including the performance of the processor cooling system.

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