All of them supporting AMD’s 7nm-based, 3rd-generation Ryzen processors
Together with the launch of AMD’s third generation, 7nm-based Ryzen CPUs, ASUS unveiled its X570 series of motherboards. The new motherboards support AMD’s new processors, PCI Express 4.0, up to 128GB of DDR4 RAM, and WiFi 6 for WiFi-equipped models.
Headlining the X570 series is the ROG Crosshair VIII. Featuring the liquid-cooling ready Formula, mini-DTX friendly Impact, and mainstream Hero (in both WiFi and non-WiFi flavors), all X570 ROG Crosshair motherboards use top-notch components to deliver the best performance for gamers.
Those who don’t need the ROG Crosshair’s bells and whistles but want ROG’s style and overclocking cred can opt for the X570 ROG Strix. Those who prefer this line of motherboards can choose either the ROG Strix X570-E and X570-F Gaming for full-sized ATX builds or the Strix X570-I Gaming for compact ITX builds.
Those who are on a budget need not compromise with the X570 TUF Gaming motherboards. Featuring both vanilla and WiFi-equipped models, the TUF Gaming X570-Plus come with Dr. MOS power stages and TUF chokes to ensure the clean power supply to the CPU, TUF capacitors for higher heat tolerance, and three hybrid chassis headers (with a dedicated AIO cooler) for optimal cooling.
Pricing and availability of all X570 motherboards have not been set as of this writing.