ASUS has previously released a number of X670E motherboards, including ROG Crosshair X670E Extreme, ROG Crosshair X670E Hero, ROG Strix X670E-E Gaming WiFi, and TUF Gaming X670E-Plus WiFi. However, these motherboards are all ATX specifications, which cannot meet the needs of some users.
Recently, Asus announced
several X670E motherboards, including models with Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX specifications. Among them, the Micro-ATX specification is ROG Crosshair X670E Gene, the Mini-ITX specification is ROG Strix X670E-I Gaming WiFi, and there are ProArt X670E-Creator WiFi and Prime X670E-Pro WiFi. Many players have worried that the dual FCH design of the X670E will cause motherboard manufacturers to abandon the development of the Mini-ITX X670E motherboard. However, ASUS has given its own answer with its strong R&D strength.
said that the first combination of AMD’s Zen 4 architecture-based Ryzen 7000 series CPU, PCIe 5.0, and DDR5 memory will attract the attention of content creators, gamers, and overclocking enthusiasts. Therefore, targeted products have been launched for different categories of users.
ROG Crosshair X670E Gene is powered by 16+2 phases (110A), has only two DDR5 memory slots, and is equipped with PCIe 5.0 and M.2 PCIe 5.0 slots, provides USB4 ports and supports 60W charging USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type-C ports.
ROG Strix X670E-I Gaming WiFi adopts a unique design, one of the FCH chips is placed on the modular PCB, not on the PCB of the motherboard itself. This motherboard has an active cooling system, provides two M.2 slots (one each for PCIe 5.0 and one for PCIe 4.0), and has a very compact layout.
The overall design of ProArt X670E-Creator WiFi follows the simple lines of previous products in the same series, providing a wealth of connection ports and high-speed storage options, allowing users to create a perfect creative workstation. The Prime X670E-Pro WiFi features a low-profile, simple design, making it a more affordable and cost-effective option.