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Asus ROG Strix Z390-E Gaming Motherboard LGA1151 (Intel 8th 9th Gen) ATX DDR4 DP HDMI M.2 USB 3.1 Gen2 802.11AC Wi-Fi
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- Designed for 9th 8th Generation Intel Core processors maximize connectivity and speed with Dual M.2, USB 3.1 Gen 2, onboard 802.11AC Wi Fi and ASUS optimum II for better DRAM overclocking stability
- Revamped 5 way Optimization over clocks Intelligently based on smart prediction and thermal telemetry while FanXpert 4 delivers dynamic system cooling. Operating System Windows 10 64 bit
- Gamer's Guardian ensures component longevity with safe Slot, ESD guards and DRAM over current protection
- Pre mounted I/O shield ensures streamlined installation and represents ROG's attention to detail and quality
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Republic of Gamers (ROG) is an ASUS sub-brand dedicated to creating one of the world’s best gaming hardware and software. Formed in 2006, ROG offers a complete line of innovative products known for performance and quality.
Fully command your gaming experience on 9th generation Intel Core processors with the ROG Strix Z390-E Gaming featuring 5-Way Optimization for dynamic system control with AI overclocking. Dual M.2, 802.11ac WiFi and USB 3.1 Gen2 deliver maximum connectivity speeds while ASUS OptiMem II ensures better DRAM overclocking stability.
- Designed for 9th and 8th generation Intel Core processors to maximize connectivity
- Revamped 5-Way Optimization overclocks intelligently based on smart prediction and thermal telemetry
- Gamer’s Guardian ensures component longevity with SafeSlot, ESD Guards and DRAM Overcurrent Protection
- Pre-mounted I/O shield ensures streamlined installation and represents ROG’s attention to detail and quality
The overclocking module of AI Suite's 5-Way Optimization has been revamped for the Z390 platform. With a revised back-end that has the intelligence to overclock a CPU based upon smart prediction and thermal telemetry, this new version quickly delivers overclocking results that would typically take days of manual tuning.
Cooler by design
ROG Strix Z390 Gaming series features the most comprehensive cooling options ever, configurable via Fan Xpert 4 or the UEFI BIOS. Featureing a dedicated pair of PWM/DC fan headers for CPU coolers, a dedicated PWM/DC header for self-contained water-cooling setups and a dedicated header that can supply over 3A to high-performance PWM or DC water pumps.
Utilizing the S1220A codec, SupremeFX is the integrated-audio solution that's engineered to provide a flat frequency response for a neutral, detailed sound signature. And to ensure that pristine signature is perfectly preserved, the front-panel output is driven with dual op amps, delivering sonics with the scale and authority to create virtual worlds via your gaming headset.
Outshine the competition
ROG Strix motherboards deliver sterling performance and superior aesthetics to 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 header — and it can all be synced with an ever-growing portfolio of Aura-capable ASUS hardware.
DIY Friendly Design
SafeSlot provides stronger PCIe device retention and greater shearing resistance. Q-DIMM clips allow for super-simple, super-secure handling of memory modules. MemOK ll automatically fixes boot failures that arise die to memory overclocking and instability.
Pre-Mounted I/O ShieldPre-Mounted I/O ShieldPre-Mounted I/O Shield
ROG's I/O shield is finished in sleek matte black and comes pre-mounted to make it easy to install the motherboard.
|ROG Maximus XI Code||ROG Maximus XI Formula||ROG Maximus XI Hero (WI-FI)||ROG STRIX Z390-E Gaming||TUF Z390-Pro Gaming||Prime Z390-A|
|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 M.2||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||Yes1 x M.2 2242-22110(PCIE3.0 x 4 + SATA) "1 x M.2 2242-2280 (PCIe 3.0 x 4)"||Yes1 x M.2 2242-22110(PCIE3.0 x 4 + SATA) "1 x M.2 2242-2280 (PCIe 3.0 x 4)"||Yes1 x M.2 2242-22110(PCIE3.0 x 4 + SATA) "1 x M.2 2242-2280 (PCIe 3.0 x 4)"||Y1 x M.2 2242-22110(PCIE3.0 x 4 + SATA) "1 x M.2 2242-2280 (PCIe 3.0 x 4)"es||Yes1 x M.2 2242-22110(PCIE3.0 x 4 + SATA) "1 x M.2 2242-2280 (PCIe 3.0 x 4)"||Yes1 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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This motherboard is marketed towards HEDT enthusiasts yet ASUS pulled a fast one on everyone by claiming it's 8 VRM when in fact it's 4 x 2. I didn't know this when I purchased the motherboard and found out the hard way how much heat the VRMS were building up which ultimately led to the CPU needing more volts. This quickly led to some nasty temperatures and other problems (even at stock speeds) which caused me to send this piece of junk back to Amazon and purchase the Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Ultra instead (12 phase VRM).
So in summary, here are the pros and cons:
1. Best bios in the industry
2. Decent design
1. 4 phase VRM which are not enough for the 9700K/9900K at anything above stock. Results in too much heat build up and ultimately failure.
2. Expensive for what it offers compared to it's competitors (e.g. Gigabyte).
3. Cheap build quality.
Bottomline: Don't buy this motherboard. ASUS you really let us down this time.
After receiving my second Motherboard today (01/31/2019) I noticed multiple pins on the Motherboard missing or bent. That's two times I've received damage or malfuncting parts from ASUS.
But then the problem came up. This board did not remember my BIOS settings. Sure, it would for a few shutdowns, but eventually it would hang on start up and wouldn't boot. I restart the process, system starts and runs just fine- until I realize the system just cleared my BIOS settings...again. It was easy to tell, because the BIOS setting I was messing with was to turn off the RGB LEDs when my board was in a shut down state. After the failed boot process, they would suddenly be turned back on.
I've checked the CMOS battery. I've both updated AND rolled back BIOS, and this was still a problem. Thus, fearing future problems that may or may not be more serious, I returned it.
I think it's time we avoided Asus, at least for this particular generation of motherboards. They cut corners on the VRMs, one of the absolute worst places to do so on a supposedly high end board. Their quality control? A mess. A coworker of mine was building with one of Asus' ITX boards. The first one simply didn't boot. He swapped it for an identical, and when he took it out of the box a chip near the VRM assembly FELL OFF. Keep in mind this was their Z390 Strix-I model.