ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-F GAMING MOTHERBOARD with £25 Game voucher (GamesPlanet) for £189.99 @ Box
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ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-F GAMING MOTHERBOARD with £25 Game voucher (GamesPlanet) for £189.99 @ Box

£189.99£214.9912%Box.co.uk Deals
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Posted 4th Oct
Another motherboard here from Asus — the ASUS ROG Strix Z390-F Gaming. Plus, you'll get a £25 GamesPlanet voucher as a bonus when you buy from Box.

Its comprehensive cooling options and an upgraded power delivery to fuel CPUs with more cores — plus support for faster memory and storage — mean the ROG Strix Z390-F Gaming has all the essentials you'll need for top-tier gaming performance.

Specifications
  • Socket: Intel Socket 1151
  • Chipset: Intel Z390
  • Generation Support: 8th Generation
  • CPU (Max Support) :Core i7
  • Memory slots: 4x DDR4 2666
  • Memory Slot Support: Up to 64GB Memory Support
  • SATA Ports: 6x SATA 6Gb/s
  • Internal USB Connectors: 2x USB2.0, 1x USB3.1 Gen1
  • Rear USB Ports: 2x USB2.0, 2x USB 3.1 Gen1, 4x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type A, 1x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C
  • M.2 S: :2x M.2
  • DisplayPort Connector: 1 x DisplayPort
  • HDMI Connector: 1 x HDMI Port
  • DVI Connector: No DVI Onboard
  • VGA Connector: No VGA Onboard
  • RJ-45: 1x RJ-45
  • PCI-E X1 slot: 3x PCI-E X1
  • PCI-E x4 slot: N/A
  • PCI-E x8 slot: N/A
  • PCI-E x16 slot: 3x PCI-E X16
  • Form Factor: ATX
  • Dimensions: 305 x 244 mm
  • NVIDIA SLI/AMD CrossFire: Not Supported
  • WiFi: N/A
  • Operating System: Support for Windows 10 64-bit
  • Onboard Video: CPU Dependent Video
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I have this motherboard, bought it on launch. Even thought it's working perfectly fine, It's expensive for the specs (I saw the reviews AFTER building my PC). The 8 power phase is "semi-fake" because it's working in pairs. The hardware has definitely 8 power phases, but the software (BIOS) uses them as 4 power phases "beef'd up".

Gigabyte won the Z390 chipset war, they have the best mobos of this generation (true power phases, vrm temperatures, etc).
Not sure how to read that but a 9900k on that board hits 5.1Ghz on all cores with no problems just need good cooling..
Spinal2k04/10/2019 11:40

I have this motherboard, bought it on launch. Even thought it's working …I have this motherboard, bought it on launch. Even thought it's working perfectly fine, It's expensive for the specs (I saw the reviews AFTER building my PC). The 8 power phase is "semi-fake" because it's working in pairs. The hardware has definitely 8 power phases, but the software (BIOS) uses them as 4 power phases "beef'd up".Gigabyte won the Z390 chipset war, they have the best mobos of this generation (true power phases, vrm temperatures, etc).


Thanks for this, very informative
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