In what seems to be a flurry of leaks over the past few days, ASUS has also seemingly let slip some of the details on one of its upcoming motherboards.
The Z490-PLUS motherboard was spotted by Twitter user momomo_us and shows us a couple of images as well as a bit of information on what we can expect from ASUS’ new TUF Gaming Z490-PLUS motherboard.
What Does The Leak Show Us?
Unfortunately, this leak is a bit sparse on the details when compared to some of the others. We can see from the images that this motherboard will offer two PCIe x16 slots and three PCIe x1 slots. It also appears that this Z490-PLUS motherboard will ship with an onboard WiFi module as well as two M.2 storage slots.
According to the product page, this motherboard will be “engineered with military-grade components, an upgraded power solution and a comprehensive set of cooling options”.
It looks like the ideal motherboard for gamers who need something both robust and powerful.
When Do We Expect To See This?
While we don’t have an official release date as of yet, it looks like we could see the official launch of the Z490-PLUS series of motherboards around mid-May.
As these leaked images appear to show what looks like a product page, it looks like we’ll start to see manufacturers adding these motherboards to their sites to sell pretty soon.
This ASUS TUF Gaming Z490 motherboard joins a list of other recently leaked motherboards from Twitter users KOMACHI and momomo_us. We’ve already seen the ASUS Maximus XII series come up as well as MSI’s three-series of motherboards and an offering from AMD in the form of the B550.
It looks like an exciting time for the motherboard market but as with all leaks, we should wait until we get official confirmation before we get too ahead of ourselves. If we hear any updates in the meantime, we will keep you updated here.
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