With Intel, NVIDIA and AMD all coming out with new parts, ASUS ROG has a lot of new toys in their laptop line including a new gaming tablet
ASRock's H670, B660 and H610 lineup debuts with Steel Legend and Pro RaceSport (RS) models providing DDR5 and DDR4 support as well as memory overclocking capabilities for maximizing memory performance
Intel Alder Lake goes into mobile with H-series CPUs and brings DDR5 and USB4 with it, will go head to head with AMD's Zen3+ Ryzen 6000 Mobile family of CPUs
The ASUS ProArt Z690-Creator WIFI gets an upgrade with an overbuilt VRM, a denser PCB and more I/O for storage that can see a system built with this board hooking up to a 10GbE NAS, at Thunderbolt4 or USB3.2 Gen2x2 DAS as well as an internal SATA and M.2 RAID array, its definitely build with growing creators in mind but will people get over the fact that it does not have RGB lighting? Find out if the ASUS ProArt Z690-Creator WIFI is the motherboard for you in this #B2G review.
An increased price premium requires an equal amount of value and the ROG MAXIMUS Z690 HERO balances build quality, features and performance to deliver a well rounded motherboard for the new Intel 12th-gen Intel Core CPUs.
Intel will be releasing non-K SKUs of their 12th-gen Core lineup in a later wave but a Canadian dealer seems to have leaked the pricing for Intel's unreleased SKUs including the Core i5-12400F at a potential $200
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An overview of the ASUS ProArt Z690-Creator motherboard: IO-rich foundation motherboard for content creators