ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-F Gaming
It's a motherboard in the ASUS ROG range of the Intel Z390 chipset. It is undoubtedly the best-selling range as it has a myriad of configuration options and features that are not envious of those high levels.
It has SupremeFX audio with codec S1220A, Two M.2 slots (one with a heatsink) with SATA or PCIe 3rd X4 support by NVMe, digital power management, RAM support up to 4000 MHz, HDMI and DisplayPort etc.
We will never forget its 10-phase digital system, its 6 SATA 3.0, PCSe 3.0 X16 or its operating system RGB AURA
Its price stands at 228,89 euros, but after this offer we can get it for a very affordable price 194.89 euros, a 13% price drop.
ASUS ROG B450-F Games
Granted, it's not the highest chipset from AMD for its active users, but the benefits will be scarce in this model. And that as a good ROG board we will have AURA Sync lighting, dual PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 SSD support with RAID, Intel I211-AT card, SupremeFX card with codec audio S1220A
It supports three generations of Lyzen CPUs in the market, allowing us the best options for setting up our own team, or when coming from another Ryzen team, making a large leak at a much lower cost than those on Intel.
It's not a chipset with PCIe 4.0 like its older siblings, but it gets its version 3.0 with ports from x16 to x1, as well as support for CrossFire or SLI.
It supports useful software such as GameFirst V, RamCaché II or Ai Suite 3, which are managed by ASUS itself and are able to improve performance across different program areas.
To date, this motherboard was listed at 132.89 euros, but after that the price was reduced by 9%, which gives us a lump sum 119.90 euros. Undoubtedly an unbearable contribution if we want to take a boost in running or installing a new PC on the Ryzen base, all thanks to the low cost on existing rendering and CPUs as we saw days ago.
Do not let them run away because they will be limited units until the stock is gone!