With AMD seemingly taking the lead position in the race for CPU dominance – with their Ryzen 3rd Gen CPUs – it was only a matter of time before Intel fired back with their own, newly-designed, high-performance hardware. Alongside a new line of CPUs, Intel will also be unveiling their new Z590 platform come the 11th of January.
Intel will use CES 2021 as their launchpad for the new hardware, catapulting both the Z590 motherboard and 11th Gen CPUs into the public eye. Whilst it’s not yet clear what the new hardware will bring to the table in terms of performance, it’s safe to say that it should be a huge step forward when compared to their current 10th gen products.
The z590 is Intel’s latest motherboard chipset offering. The new motherboards will come to the table equipped with the LGA1200 socket, meaning they should be compatible with Intel’s recent lineup of 10th CPUs.
As far as 11th Gen CPUs are concerned, buyers looking to purchase a Z590 motherboard on launch day will have to wait until the end of February/early March to get their hands on the new CPUs.
Intel Z590 Motherboard Specifications:
- Z590 Chipset
- LGA1200 Socket
- DDR4 RAM Support
Intel has decided to utilize CES 2021 as its launch platform, making the Z590 motherboards available the very same day. That means come the 11th of January, users will be able to access a whole host of Z590 motherboards from all your favourite manufacturers.
Whilst the pricing of the Z590 is not yet known, we can draw some conclusions based on the current Z490 launch.
Depending on what motherboards are released, we can expect budget options to be around the $200 marker, mid-range options to be anywhere up to $400, and high-end options to be $450 and above.
Like always, all the latest Z590 motherboards will be available from the biggest online retailers – including Amazon, Newegg, Best Buy, and Walmart. We’ll also be posting available stock levels for most of Europe, Canada, and Australia. Below is a list of where to buy the Z590 motherboards available right now.
Remember, we will be updating this list daily leading up to the official launch:
All the Intel Z590 where to buy links for the major retailers in the US will be listed below. Remember, thanks to recent events, stock levels will likely be lower than normal – meaning, you’ll have to get in early if you want to secure a Z590 motherboard.
Intel Z590 Motherboard Listings, Pre Order, & Prices – Amazon US
Intel Z590 Motherboard Listings, Pre Order, & Prices – Best Buy
Intel Z590 Motherboard Listings, Pre Order, & Prices – Newegg
UK retailers also haven’t yet started to list Z590 motherboard pages. That said, we will be populating the below retailers with links as and when they go live.
Intel Z590 Motherboard Listings, Pre Order, & Prices – Amazon UK
Intel Z590 Motherboard Listings, Pre Order, & Prices – Scan
Intel Z590 Motherboard Listings, Pre Order, & Prices – Overclockers
Intel Z590 Motherboard Listings, Pre Order, & Prices – Ebuyer
Intel Z590 Motherboard Listings, Pre Order, & Prices – Currys PC World
Intel Z590 Motherboard Listings, Pre Order, & Prices – Novatech
Unfortunately, major retailers in Canada are yet to post Z590 motherboard listings live yet. However, you can rest assured that when they do, we’ll have all the best places linked below.
Intel Z590 Motherboard Listings, Pre Order, & Prices – Amazon CA
As we know, Europe is usually at the forefront when it comes to the latest hardware releases. For that reason, we’re outlining some of the best places to purchase a Z590 across Europe.
Where To Buy An Intel Z590 Motherboard: France
Where To Buy An Intel Z590 Motherboard: Germany
Where To Buy An Intel Z590 Motherboard: Spain
Where To Buy An Intel Z590 Motherboard: Italy
So, that’s it, all the up to date links for anyone looking where to buy a Z590 motherboard this January. We’ll be keeping this list bang-up-to-date so that you don’t have to scour the web for the best deals on offer. Whether you’re in the US, UK, or Europe, we’ll be updating this page with all the links on where to buy a Z590 motherboard from the internet’s biggest retailers.