With CES 2021 upon us, we’re seeing bulletins and leaks from a number of producers of the best gaming motherboards in regards to the newest boards rocking the Z590 chipset with out-of-the-box Rocket Lake-S assist. The earlier Z490 boards will nonetheless be appropriate with Intel’s soon-to-be-released 11th gen CPUs by means of a BIOS update as the brand new chips nonetheless use the LGA 1200 socket, however solely a choose few of these boards include PCIe 4.zero assist – a standout function of Intel’s new chips, with staff purple having already had entry to the best SSDs for gaming with double the bandwidth for fairly a while.
Gigabyte has announced its two new Z590 Aorus motherboards in a press launch, with the Aorus Extreme board unsurprisingly being its prime finish board. It’s bought a fairly related design to the equal Z490 board, however with 21 energy phases as an alternative of the earlier boards 17, this could enable you overclock your CPU to an excellent larger velocity whereas sustaining stability.
MSI has additionally teased its Intel 500 collection motherboards, with the Z590 “Godlike” trying essentially the most spectacular with its black and silver shrouding protecting virtually all of the motherboard, and what seems to be like RGB lighting.
There are two different Z590 boards from MSI on the way in which: the “Tomahawk Wi-Fi” and the “Gaming Carbon Wi-Fi”. MSI has not launched any specs on the boards but, however in accordance to VideoCardz, it seems to be like its “Godlike” board has 20 energy phases, which is greater than its earlier boards, like with Gigabyte, additionally permitting for better overclocking.
And, lastly, a leak coming from Twitter consumer Harukaze5719 allegedly exhibits 4 of Asus’s upcoming Z590 motherboards, with the highest-end board being the Asus ROG Maximus XIII Extreme Glacial, pictured above. This is roofed in white shrouding with a preinstalled water block to join a radiator to – no air cooling right here.
Intel is anticipated to formally announce the 500-series motherboards at CES 2021, and we’ll see boards from extra motherboard producers cropping up within the subsequent week – forward of Intel’s 11th gen CPU launch.