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ASUS has shared an article and video teasing its first AM5 motherboards in the ProArt, PRIME, TUF GAMING, ROG Strix, and ROG Crosshair series. The initial focus is on the ROG Crosshair X670E Extreme, a flagship, premium EATX motherboard that offers an exciting range of features that include support for DDR5 memory and five total M.2 slots, four of which support PCIe 5.0 x4 mode for the next generation of blazing-fast SSDs. Users will also find RGB lighting, a robust power solution, and Q-Design features such as a PCIe Slot Q-Release button, allowing for easy removal of graphics cards with one simple press. ASUS will share more information regarding its other upcoming X670 motherboards at a later date.

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Get ready for the new look of high-end. AMD’s long-anticipated AM5 platform is breaking cover, and we’re ready to share some details on our flagship motherboard in the series: the ROG Crosshair X670E Extreme. Boasting next-gen PCIe 5.0 connectivity, DDR5 RAM, and a massive power delivery subsystem primed for overclocking, this next-gen board offers those who dare an unrivalled platform for their next build. ASUS Q-Design features simplify and streamline the build process, and a robust suite of tools empowers enthusiasts to maximize system performance. At a later date, we’ll have more information to share about other upcoming X670 motherboards from our ROG, ROG Strix, TUF Gaming, ProArt, and ASUS Prime families, but for now, one thing is certain: the ROG Crosshair X670E Extreme is destined to become one of the most coveted boards of this generation.

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4 comments

  1. Honestly I am ok with my tuf gaming hoard but ASUS really needs to get its armory crate software able to see current drivers and Bios. It's otherwise useless as it thinks the most current is several revisions old.
  2. I am very happy with my current TUF x570 board. I suppose it will come down the features and price. Jus how much is this "E" going to cost and just what will it do for me that the one w/o an E wont?
  3. I am very happy with my current TUF x570 board. I suppose it will come down the features and price. Jus how much is this "E" going to cost and just what will it do for me that the one w/o an E wont?
    From what I've read so far, the "E" or "Extreme" chipset will come with 2 PCIe5x16 slots. Don't know how they're gonna manage that considering there are only 24 PCIe 5.0 lanes coming off the CPU..
  4. From what I've read so far, the "E" or "Extreme" chipset will come with 2 PCIe5x16 slots. Don't know how they're gonna manage that considering there are only 24 PCIe 5.0 lanes coming off the CPU..
    Yea I imagine I'd be fine with a non e version.

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