2 mins read

The prices of several ASUS boards with Z690 chipset appear in a store in Canada, some models have DDR4

With the increasingly closer launch of the upcoming Intel Alder Lake More leaks are appearing related to these new Intel CPUs with hybrid cores. From PC Canada Several models of ASUS motherboards have been leaked with Z690 chipset and LGA1700 socket that will be necessary for this new generation Alder Lake.

Although these references no longer appear from PC Canada, from the Momomo_us Twitter account we see the screenshots with the different models of ASUS Z690 boards and prices in Canadian dollars. The models listed along with their approximate price in euros are:

  • ASUS ROG MAXIMUS Z690 HERO, 540 euros.
  • ASUS ROG STRIX Z690-F GAMING WIFI, 350 euros.
  • ASUS ROG STRIX Z690-A GAMING WIFI D, 306 euros.
  • ASUS PRIME Z690-A, 262 euros.
  • ASUS TUF GAMING Z690-PLUS WIFI D4, 254 euros.
  • ASUS PRIME Z690-P WIFI, 218 euros.
  • ASUS PRIME Z690-P WIFI D4, 210 euros.
  • ASUS PRIME Z690-P 201 euros.
  • ASUS PRIME Z690-P D4, 192 euros.

Information has also been leaked from the renewal that these plates will have in the VRMon Komachi’s Twitter it has been leaked that the Hero model will have a 20+1 phase design and a power of 90 A. Those terminated in -F and -A will have a 16+1 phase design and the low range 14+1. Furthermore, we have seen some models with D4 termination that indicate that this model will have DDR4 memory.

4 models of ASUS boards with H670 and B660 chipset appear, all with DDR4 memory

ASUS includes a button to remove the PCI Express 5.0 card on the new ASUS ROG and ROG STRIX Z690 chipset boards

ASUS announces that 23 boards with Z690 chipset will be compatible with Intel Raptor Lake

More MSI and ASUS motherboard models seen with B660 and H610 chipset, most with support for DDR4 memory

3 models of ASUS PRIME boards with B660 and H610 chipset seen for sale ready for immediate shipping

Some Noctua heatsinks will not be compatible with some ASUS Z690 and B660 motherboards

ASUS will replace the ROG Maximus Z690 Hero boards affected by the misplaced capacitor problem

ASUS presents 10 ROG motherboards with Z690 chipset, WiFi-6E and PCIe 5.0 for Alder Lake

ASUS prepares 4 new boards with Z790 chipset and WiFi 7 for the launch of the Intel Raptor Lake Refresh

ASUS announces compatibility with 24 and 48 GB modules on its 700 and 600 Series chipset boards