NZXT N7 Z590 – NikKTech

The NZXT N7 Z590 motherboard is based on the LGA 1200 socket (meaning it’s still compatible with LGA 115x coolers and both 10th and 11th generation Intel CPUs) and so it features PCIe Gen v4.0 for one of its PCIe x16 slots (also EMI shielded and reinforced) and one of its M.2 2242/2260/2280 slots. It also sports a 14 power phase design (12+2DrMOS) and a total of 4 DDR4 DIMM slots allowing for up to 128GB of RAM at speeds surpassing 4600MHz. 

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NZXT N7 Z590 – Hexus

We know from previous experiences that NZXT teams up with ASRock to produce its latest boards. The N7 Z590 is no exception as it’s based on features from the Z590 PG Velocita and Steel Legend offerings, though the exact configuration here is unique. Having a large topside shroud means all fan headers and other features are located at either the top or bottom of the six-layer PCB, grouped together sensibly by function. And if the white-on-black scheme doesn’t tickle your fancy, the same board is also available in all-black livery.

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NZXT N7 Z590 – GameRevolution

Opening up the oversized NZXT N7 Z590 box immediately greeted me with the super clean black design. After reviewing both the N7 Z490 and N7 B550, you would think I’d no longer be surprised by the aesthetic, but once again I took a moment to appreciate the metal cover design. It’s also available in white, as usual, making it one of the best options for any all-white or Stormtrooper-style builds.

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NZXT N7 Z590 – Windows Central

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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NZXT N7 Z590 – TweakTown

NZXT has had solid success with these platforms, perhaps more than most give them credit for; starting with Z390, we are now in the 3rd generation of the Intel platform solution, and the Z590 motherboard is a solid entry.

That said, it’s only the second Z590 motherboard we have had in house that doesn’t support Thunderbolt at all. NZXT looks to make that up by outfitting this solution with a host of USB connectivity. They certainly didn’t disappoint in that regard; they also didn’t skimp on networking bringing over the RTL8125BG and AX210 from the N7 B550 from earlier in the year.

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NZXT N7 Z590 – Overclocking

This new card remains of course in the spirit of “NZXT” with a variation in black or white associated with its armor which conceals a large part of the PCB. Before starting this article, you should keep in mind that this card is designed to be ideally located in a full NZXT configuration . As you will be able to discover during our test, the motherboard has many connectors implanted within the PCB and compatible with the other components offered by the brand. The design is also conceived in the spirit of NZXT and will be a good basis for those who decide to go through the modding box .

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NZXT N7 Z590 – PurePC

Currently, NZXT is commissioned by ASRock to design motherboards, automatically taking over all the pros and cons of the Chinese giant’s hardware. The company traditionally releases one model for a given socket, focusing on the interest of a demanding user, especially modders looking for components with an extraordinary appearance. NZXT N7 Z590 is undeniably interesting in terms of aesthetics.

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