ASUS TUF Z390-Pro Gaming LGA1151 (Intel 8th and 9th Gen) ATX DDR4 HDMI M.2 USB 3.1 Gen2 Gigabit LAN Motherboard
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- Designed for 9th and 8th generation Intel Core processors to maximize connectivity and speed with dual M.2, Gigabit LAN, USB 3.1 Gen2
- Military-Grade TUF Components like TUF Languid, TUF Chokes, TUF Capacitors, and TUF MOSFETs maximize system durability
- Gamer's Guardian with Safe Slot and Fan Xpert 4 provides hardware-level safeguards for maximum performance with dynamic system cooling
- 8-channel HD gaming audio featuring Realtek S1200A high definition audio codec driven by Japanese capacitors for warm, immersive sound
- ASUS Opti-MEM II improves memory stability and performance by improving trace isolation between PCB layers to maintain signal integrity even at higher frequencies
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TUF Gaming motherboards distill core features of the legendary TUF series to an affordable price for gamers who prioritize durability and ease-of-use above all else. The TUF foundation is laid by utilizing military-spec components to deliver stable power to critical areas.
Designed for 9th Generation Intel Core processors, TUF Z390-Pro Gaming is designed for 24/7 performance. Unlock your system’s full potential with ASUS TUF Protection featuring SafeSlot and Fan Xpert 4. Integrated dual M.2, Gigabit LAN, USB 3.1 Gen 2, and support for Intel Optane Memory maximizes connectivity and transfer speeds.
- Designed for 9th and 8th generation Intel Core processors to maximize connectivity and speed
- Military-Grade TUF Components like TUF LANGuard, TUF Chokes, TUF Capacitors, and TUF MOSFETs maximize system durability
- Gamer’s Guardian with SafeSlot and FanXpert 4 provides hardware-level safeguards for maximum performance
- 8-channel HD gaming audio featuring Realtek S1200A high definition audio codec
- ASUS OptiMem II improves memory stability and performance by improving trace isolation between PCB layers
TUF Gaming Alliance
TUF Gaming Alliance is a collaboration between ASUS and trusted PC-component brands to ensure compatibility with a wide range of parts, such as PC cases, power supplies, CPU coolers, memory kits and more. With more partnerships and components being added regularly, the TUF Gaming Alliance will continue to grow even stronger.
SafeSlot is the PCIe slot reinvented by ASUS and engineered to provide superior retention for your graphics card. Manufactured in a single step using a new insert-molding process, SafeSlot integrates fortifying metal for an inherently stronger slot, which is then firmly anchored to the PCB through additional solder points.
Military-grade TUF Chokes deliver rock-steady power to the CPU, helping to improve system stability. TUF Capacitors offer +20% temperature tolerance and 5X-longer lifespan. Military-grade MOSFETs with lower RDS(on). TUF LANGuard is a military-grade innovation that integrates advanced signal-coupling technology and premium surface-mounted capacitors to improve throughput, protecting the motherboard from lightning strikes and static electricity.
TUF Gaming motherboards include Fan Xpert 4 software that's able to intelligently control system fans based upon the input of multiple sensors, including the temperature of ASUS graphics cards. This ensures that your TUF Gaming system stays perfectly cooled, no matter how long you play. TUF Z390-PRO GAMING features the most comprehensive fan controls ever, configurable via Fan Expert 4.
OptiMem II Support
Our OptiMem II tech carefully maps memory signal pathways across different PCB layers to reduce vias and also adds shielding zones that significantly reduce crosstalk. And to further enhance overclocking headroom for fully stacked memory configurations, we've employed a highly customized T-Topology layout that delivers time-aligned signaling.
Outshine the Competition
ASUS Aura offers full RGB lighting control with a variety of functional presets for the built-in RGB LEDs as well as strips connected to the onboard RGB headers. And it can all be synced with an ever-growing portfolio of Aura-capable hardware.
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|CPU||Intel Socket 1151 for Intel Core 9000 series, 8th Generation Core i7/ i5/ i3, Pentium and Celeron processors||Intel Socket 1151 for Intel Core 9000 series, 8th Generation Core i7/ i5/ i3, Pentium and Celeron processors||Intel Socket 1151 for Intel Core 9000 series, 8th Generation Core i7/ i5/ i3, Pentium and Celeron processors||Intel Socket 1151 for 8th Generation Core Pentium/Celeron Processors|
|Chipset||Intel Z390 Chipset||Intel Z390 Chipset||Intel Z390 Chipset||Intel Z390 Chipset||Intel Z390 Chipset||Intel Z390 Chipset|
|Memory||4 / 64 GB DDR4 4133+ MHz(O.C.)||4 / 64 GB DDR4 4400+ MHz(O.C.)||4 / 64 GB DDR4 4400+ MHz(O.C.)||4 / 64 GB DDR4 4266+ MHz (O.C.)||4 / 64 GB DDR4 4133+ MHz(O.C.)||4 / 64 GB DDR4 4266+ MHz (O.C.)|
|PCIe x16 Slots||2 @ x16 or x8/x8 or x8/x4+x4 "1 max @ x4"||2 @ x16 or x8/x8 or x8/x4+x4 "1 max @ x4"||2 @ x16 or x8/x8 or x8/x4+x4 "1 max @ x4"||2 @ x16 or x8/x8 or x8/x4+x4 "1 max @ x4"||2 @ x16 or x8/x8 or x8/x4+x4 "1 max @ x4"||2 @ x16 or x8/x8 or x8/x4+x4 "1 max @ x4"|
|Audio||SupremeFX S1220A||SupremeFX S1220A||SupremeFX S1220A||SupremeFX S1220A||Realtek S1200A 8-channel high definition audio||Realtek ALC S1220A featuring Crystal Sound 3|
|32Gb/s M.2||1 x M.2 2242-22110(PCIE3.0 x 4 + SATA) "1 x M.2 2242-2280 (PCIe 3.0 x 4)"||1 x M.2 2242-22110(PCIE3.0 x 4 + SATA) "1 x M.2 2242-2280 (PCIe 3.0 x 4)"||1 x M.2 2242-22110(PCIE3.0 x 4 + SATA) "1 x M.2 2242-2280 (PCIe 3.0 x 4)"||1 x M.2 2242-22110(PCIE3.0 x 4 + SATA) "1 x M.2 2242-2280 (PCIe 3.0 x 4)"||1 x M.2 2242-22110(PCIE3.0 x 4 + SATA) "1 x M.2 2242-2280 (PCIe 3.0 x 4)"||1 x M.2 2242-22110(PCIE3.0 x 4 + SATA) "1 x M.2 2242-2280 (PCIe 3.0 x 4)"|
|Wireless||2x2 MU-MIMO 802.11ac||2x2 MU-MIMO 802.11ac||2x2 MU-MIMO 802.11ac||2x2 MU-MIMO 802.11ac||Intel I219-V||Intel I219-V|
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I went with the following components:
- Intel i7 9700K Processor
- ASUS ROG RYUO 240 Liquid Cooler
- 32GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 Ram
- Creative Sound Blaster Zx PCIe Sound Card
- Western Digital WD Blue 3D NAND 1TB PC SSD
- Logitech Z506 Surround Sound System
- EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2 Power Supply
- ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 Founders Edition Graphics Card
Defiantly feels and looks like a board that was built to last.
If you are overclocking avoid using auto settings for the voltage, It puts them way to high, I got my i9 @5ghz with 2.750v stable but the auto wanted to put it as high as 4.2v. I tried the adaptive voltage with a negative offset but then it would drop too low and ramping down and cause a failure. Just save yourself the trouble and go with manual voltage if you are gonna overclock. Results my vary but that's the fun of overclocking.
Once I placed everything together and went to take the system online, the Ethernet port wouldn’t read, I tried a variety of troubleshooting methods, including using different systems and Ethernet cables, the only one that would not connect was the system using this mb. After 2 hours of attempting to find a solution I gave up, still with no internet on my system, I left the cables plugged in and walked away. I came back 3 hours later and the system was reading the internet just fine. Being dumbfounded that it randomly started working, I just decided to accept it and go online.
Once online I noticed massive lag online while gaming. I ran multiple different speedtests several different times and the results were all the same, reading about 17 mbps download and 3 mbps upload. I was shocked because I pay for a 150 mbps internet speed, and my speedtests on other systems always reflect that, or even higher figures. I again switched the Ethernet cable between systems, only the one running this board had poor results, about 90% worse results than all other systems, even my WiFi ran faster on my phone. I gave it a few weeks to see if it would balance out like it did when it didn’t read any internet, but it didn’t come close.
Today I finally put in a new network card and have experienced great results. My lag is gone entirely and my speedtests are running excellent numbers, no issues with the motherboard apart from this. I really tried to find an error on my end, but I could not, and the problem was only resolved after connecting with a different Ethernet port than the mb’s, so I can really think of nothing else to blame for this experience but the board.
Set everything up PSU, Corsair memory, I7 CPU, Corsair cooler, Graphics card.
Powered up for the first time. We heard a snap an and it blew the breaker in the house.
I first thought it was PSU, but PSU tested good.
No LEDs on the motherboard when turn on PSU.
Talk to amazon support, and sent in for a replacement.
Received the replacement, LED when PSU is plugged in.
However, Fails to boot.
CPU LED lights up, then DRAM LED lights up, boot process stops.
Called ASUS support. They suppected issues with DRAM. (I would suspect that failed mother board probably took out the DRAM.)
They had me move DRAM around from slot to slot and keep booting.
Then behavior changed, and only CPU LED would light up and then Boot would stop.
So suspect that bad DRAM no caused another issue with mother board.
Amazon will not send a replacement, since already replaced. Have to return only. So ordered a MSI motherboard.