ASUS PRIME Z390-A motherboard spotted

Great looking design

It looks like the launch of the upcoming Intel Z390 motherboards is just around the corner since there is yet another leak. The Croatian PC Ekspert YouTube channel has published a video about the upcoming PRIME Z390-A motherboard. The video is already offline however someone did manage to take screenshots before they removed the video.

The PRIME Z390-A is based on an ATX form factor, and ASUS is using all the space available on the PCB. Since this motherboard belongs to the vendors PRIME series, we don't expect to see an RGB LEDs infestation all around the motherboard. There are two PCIe slots that have been reinforced using sheet metal. In general the layout is quite simple and therefore featuring a total of three full-sized PCIe 3.0 x16 slots and two PCIe x1 slots.

Storage wise, there are six SATA-III ports, two M.2 slots, which are compatible with 22110 and 2280 units. Compared to the previous model, for example the SATA ports have been moved closer to the 24-pin power connector in order to make some room for a little armada of 4-pin PWM fan headers. Furthermore the heatsink has been changed, sporting an edgy design. On the back panel there is a good mix of ports but we don't see any WiFi module.

Source: Wccftech

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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