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ASUS next-gen Z270 motherboard lineup leaked

ASUS's entire Z270 motherboard line up has been detailed, led by the Maximus IX Code
By: Anthony Garreffa | Motherboards News | Posted: Nov 30, 2016 8:30 am

Intel is ramping up towards their release of Kaby Lake, led by the enthusiast Core i7-7700K processor (which runs at 100C under load) - and now, we have leaked details on the entire Z270-based line up from ASUS.

 

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ASUS's next-gen Maximus, Strix, and TUF series products are on their way, and they look delicious. ASUS will be revealing 8 motherboards based on the Z270 chipset, but there will be other H170-based boards released, aimed at mid- and budget-minded consumers. All of the ASUS Z270-based boards will be enthusiast/overclocker/gaming boards, and we are beyond excited.

 

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The best of the best from the Z270 series by ASUS will be the ROG Maximus IX Formula, with the usual upgrades over the Z170-based motherboards, but it rocks an awesome integrated I/O and backplate.

 

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ASUS will also release the Strix Z270G Gaming motherboard, with the Strix gaming line up continuing to blur from the graphics card market and into the motherboard market with the Strix brand.

 

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The ASUS Strix Z270G Gaming motherboard looks like it could be a kick ass micro-ATX motherboard, with some impressive specs to boot.

 

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ASUS has always put the feelers out with its TUF series of motherboards, with the new Kaby Lake-capable TUF Z270 motherboards set to include the usual Tough Inside, Thermal Armor, TUF Networking, TUF Audio, Ultimate Cooling, 24/7 Durability, and more.

 

We should see ASUS reveal its next-gen Z270 motherboards at CES 2017 in early-January, we'll be there with bells on.

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