Asus releases TUF Gaming B760M-BTF WiFi D4 motherboard
Asus showcased a specially designed M-ATX motherboard during an event in October of last year. The biggest difference from a regular motherboard is that this model uses a hidden interface design on the back, meaning that the power supply, fan power interface, and SATA interface are all moved to the back of the motherboard. This approach simplifies cable management for users and gives the front a neater appearance.
It appears that Asus has decided to release this product, named the “TUF Gaming B760M-BTF WiFi D4,” as related information has been posted on the official website. The “BTF” part of the name stands for “Back To (the) Future,” which is rumored to be a substitute for direct use of the term due to copyright restrictions.
The TUF Gaming B760M-BTF WiFi D4 is equipped with an Intel B760 chipset and supports Intel’s 12th/13th generation Core processors. It features a 12+1 phase power supply design, provides four DDR4 memory slots with a maximum capacity of 128GB, and comes with one PCIe 5.0 full-length slot (x16 mode), one PCIe 4.0 full-length slot (x4 mode), and one PCIe 4.0 x1 slot. There are also two PCIe 4.0 M.2 slots on the front, both supporting the 2280 specification, as well as an additional M.2 slot and four SATA III ports on the back. It also has a Wi-Fi 6 module, a 2.5Gbps Ethernet card, and is equipped with three USB-C ports, including one USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 with a speed of up to 20Gbps.
Asus has not yet provided pricing or specific release dates for the TUF Gaming B760M-BTF WiFi D4 motherboard.