ASUS has launched three Z790 motherboards before, namely ROG Maximus Z790 Apex, TUF Gaming Z790-PLUS WiFi, and ProArt Z790-Creator WiFi. Both are equipped with PCIe 5.0 slots and PCIe 5.0 M.2 slots to support Intel’s latest 13th-generation Core processors. Entering 2023, ASUS continues to expand the Z790 motherboard product line, and at the same time releases new H770 and B760 motherboards.
This time ASUS brought two ROG Strix series Z790 motherboards, namely ROG Strix Z790-A Gaming WiFi and ROG Strix Z790-H Gaming WiFi. Both provide PCIe 5.0 slots, and there is also a Prime Z790M-Plus, which is equipped with three M.2 slots in addition to PCIe 5.0 x16 slots, and is ready for Thunderbolt and provides connector support.
The H770 is for users who want to get the expansion capabilities of the Z790 without overclocking. For this reason, ASUS released the TUF Gaming H770-Pro WiFi and Prime H770-Plus D4. The former has the features and performance gamers need, offering a PCIe 5.0 x16 slot, as well as four M.2 slots, and comes with an Intel 2.5 Gbps Ethernet port that supports Wi-Fi 6 wireless connectivity. The latter reduces the cost of users building a system by supporting DDR4 memory. Coupled with the more affordable price and scalability of the motherboard itself, it is believed to attract users who have higher requirements for cost performance.
The Asus B760 motherboard is aimed at the widest range of user groups and builds a platform that does not require overclocking and moderate performance. It is aimed at the needs of different market segments, including ROG Strix, TUF Gaming, ProArt, and Prime series products. There are ROG Strix B760-F Gaming WiFi, ROG Strix B760-A Gaming WiFi D4, ROG Strix B760-G Gaming WiFi D4, ROG Strix B760-I Gaming WiFi, ProArt B760-Creator, TUF Gaming B760-Plus WiFi D4, TUF Gaming B760M-Plus WiFi D4, and TUF Gaming B760M-Plus D4.