ASUS ROG Strix B760-F WiFi Review

ASUS ROG Strix B760-F WiFi Preview

Introduction

We often talk about the insane popularity of the Strix models in the ASUS Republic of Gamers range, and the B760 launch demonstrates this succinctly. There are four different Strix variants available, two black and two white. The two white models we’ll show off in a different preview you can also read here, so here we’ll focus upon the black ATX version. There is an ITX model too, but we haven’t got that on hand yet.

The B760 chipset brings the relative affordability of the non-Z Intel chipsets to their LGA1700 platform, just as the B660 chipset did. However, here you get out of the box support for the 13th Generation of Intel processors as well as DDR5 support on this particular motherboard, and all the latest high bandwidth technologies that let you enjoy your system without any of the frustrating waiting. Even a casual glance at the specifications for the ASUS ROG Strix B760-F WiFi show it to be deserving of finding itself beneath the Republic of Gamers umbrella.

Given how the B760 chipset is the entry step on to the Raptor Lake ladder, and the majority of motherboards we’ve reviewed are DDR4, the ASUS Strix B760-F with its DDR5 support is the last rung before you reach the full-fat Z790 range. If you’ll forgive us stretching the ladder metaphor a little. We’ve already seen that the difference in performance between a DDR4 setup and DDR5 isn’t spectacular at the top end, how much of a difference does it make on the B760 chipset? There is only one way to find out.

Technical Specifications

ASUS ROG Strix B760-F WiFi Preview  
ASUS ROG Strix B760-F WiFi Preview