NZXT launches its N7 Z490 motherboard for Comet Lake processors

NZXT launches its N7 Z490 motherboard for Comet Lake processors

NZXT launches its N7 Z490 motherboard for Comet Lake processors

NZXT has revealed its latest N7 series motherboard, updating the company’s motherboard offerings to deliver support for Intel’s LGA 1200 socket and 10th Generation Comet Lake processors. Meet the NZXT N7 Z490. 

Unlike other NZXT motherboards, the N7 Z490 has not been designed in collaboration with ECS. This time, NZXT has partnered with ASRock to create their N7 Z490, offering consumers stronger BIOS support and design elements which are more focused on overclocking. 
   
The NZXT N7 Z490 is designed to be integrated into the NZXT CAM ecosystem, allowing users to easily control their fan speeds and RGB lighting with a single utility. NZXT’s N7 Z490 also features support for Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth V5.1, both of which are built into the motherboard. Through NZXT’s CAM software, users can control up to 4 RGB lighting channels and seven fans. Additional fans and RGB lights can be controlled using NZXT fan controllers or lighting kits.  

Like NZXT’s previous motherboard designs, the N7 Z490 features NZXT’s clean styling, offering users an integrated I/O shield to simplify the PC building process. NZXT will also release this motherboard with both black and white colour options.  

NZXT launches its N7 Z490 motherboard for Comet Lake processors  

NZXT has confirmed that its N7 Z490 motherboard will release in the US for $229.99.   

N7 Z490 Features

– Designed with Intel Z490 Express Chipset
– Compatible with Intel 10th Generation Core i9, Core i7, Core i5, and Core i3 processors
– 8+2 DrMOS Power Phase Design
– Intel Wi-Fi 6 wireless connectivity and Bluetooth V5.1
– Intel Optane Memory Ready
– Two M.2 connectors for storage devices
– Multi-GPU support with AMD CrossFireX Technology
– Supports memory overclocking speeds of up to 4266 MHz and Intel XMP 2.0
– 8-channel high-definition audio

 
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