Today we look at the Z390 Phantom Gaming 7, which was actually under NDA until just recently. While we are unsure of why this motherboard was under NDA, it does have a healthy feature set, ASRock's first integrated IO shield, and it's the first motherboard that uses USB-IF's new USB 3.2 renaming scheme. Let's see what this motherboard has in store for us today.
The Z390 Phantom Gaming 7 features two M.2 slots, 2.5G LAN, Intel LAN, USB 3.2 (USB 3.0 and USB 3.1), and SATA6Gb/s.
The Z390 Phantom Gaming 7 cost is currently unknown, but probably cheaper than the Phantom Gaming 9.
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