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ASUS reveals four new passively cooled X570 Ryzen motherboards

ROG, TUF, and ProArt are all represented

ASUS reveals four new passively cooled X570 Ryzen motherboards

ASUS reveals four new passively cooled X570 Ryzen motherboards

ASUS has confirmed that they have four new X570 motherboards on the horizon, all of which feature passively cooled chipsets. These motherboard designs do not require fans on their chipset heatsink, eliminating a potential source of noise while also increasing the reliability of these motherboards by removing a potential failure point.  

ASUS' planned X570 passive motherboards are the new ROG CrossHair VIII Extreme, the ROG Strix X570-E Gaming WIFI II, the ProArt X570-CREATOR WIFI, and the ASUS TUF GAMING X570-PRO WIFI II. These new motherboard models follow up on the success of ASUS' CrossHair VIII Dark Hero, which launched in late 2020 with a passively-cooled X570 chipset. 

Sadly, ASUS will be keeping the full details for these motherboards under wraps until next month. These disclosures will likely happen during Computex 2021. 

 

     Following up on the popularity of the ROG CROSSHAIR VIII DARK HERO, we will be introducing four more additional ATX motherboards based on the X570 chipset featuring a passively cooled chipset.

For our ROG flagship series of boards, we have the long-awaited introduction of the EXTREME for the X570 chipset. Designed for the most demanding PC DIY enthusiasts, overclockers we have the CROSSHAIR series.

ROG CROSSHAIR VIII EXTREME

For our ROG STRIX series of boards designed for gamers and PCDIY enthusiasts, we have any update to continually popular and well regarded -E.

ROG STRIX X570-E GAMING WIFI II

For prosumers and professionals in the creative space, we have a board that complements our ProART B550-Creator and Workstation Pro WS X570-ACE.

ProArt X570-CREATOR WIFI

Lastly we an update to our entry gaming series with a follow-up to the extremely popular and community favorite TUF GAMING X570 PLUS and TUF GAMING GAMING X570 PRO.

TUF GAMING X570-PRO WIFI II

When can we get all the details on these boards?
Soon, we will be hosting a PCDIY live stream diving into all of these boards and their respective features, functions, specifications, and overall design.

Please leave your questions below and we look forward to answering them in the stream or in a follow-up announcement post.

We are targeting a stream next month and will communicate the date and time via our social media channels.

 

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30-05-2021, 16:00:44

Dawelio
Shame it's only ATX boards, no ITX ones, which is an platform that is growing a lot.Quote

30-05-2021, 16:39:08

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Shame it's only ATX boards, no ITX ones, which is an platform that is growing a lot.
Honestly wouldnt like to have an ITX build with the 11th Gen. The heat produced in those small boxes would be too much.Quote

30-05-2021, 23:52:09

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Honestly wouldnt like to have an ITX build with the 11th Gen. The heat produced in those small boxes would be too much.
You'd be surprised how good itx cases are at removing heat. The quality ones at least.Quote

30-05-2021, 23:56:17

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Honestly wouldnt like to have an ITX build with the 11th Gen. The heat produced in those small boxes would be too much.
Isn't the X570 chipset for Ryzen CPUs though? Not sure where you got 11th Gen from? ...Quote

31-05-2021, 05:49:25

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Isn't the X570 chipset for Ryzen CPUs though? Not sure where you got 11th Gen from? ...
Yes, you are right, I meant Ryzen, but for some reason Intel popped into my head too.
I was basically commenting on small cases with low rad space.Quote
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