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A bunch of ASUS Z370 motherboards hit the market

Posted on Friday, October 06 2017 @ 11:09:44 CEST by


Most motherboard makers rolled out a couple of Z370 motherboards alongside the launch of Intel's Coffee Lake-S. We're not going to cover them all, we've already written about most new Z370 boards from the top-tier brands and here's a post with some information about the new offerings from ASUS.

In total, ASUS offers 17 boards based on the Z370 so there's plenty of choice. It's really too much to cover it all so I suggest you check out the ASUS press release for all the details.
Our latest lineup reinforces ROG’s role as both a breeding ground for new features and a proving ground where we test the absolute limits of performance. It includes standouts like the Maximus X Apex, which pushes Coffee Lake’s limits with sub-zero cooling; the Maximus X Hero, which blends leading performance with premium extras; and the Strix Z370-G and Z370-I Gaming, which bring ROG staples to smaller microATX and Mini-ITX form factors, respectively. Let’s meet the family.
The Strix Z370-I Gaming is pictured below, this Mini-ITX board will retail for $189.99.

Strix Z370-I Gaming



 



 

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