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|· LGA1151 socket for 9th/8th -gen Intel® Core™ desktop processors|
|· Synchronized RGB lighting technology works with a vast portfolio of Aura Sync-capable PC gear and includes support for addressable light strips and Phillip Hue|
|· Perfected cooling with dedicated water header zones, M.2 heatsink and various fan control|
|· Gaming connectivity: Intel Gigabit Ethernet , LANGaurd, dual M.2, USB 3.1 Gen 2, Wi-Fi with 802.11|
|· 5-way Optimization: Automated system-wide tuning, providing AI Overclocking and cooling profiles trailor-made for your rig|
The ASUS ROG Z390 MAXIMUS XI HERO (WI-FI) LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard ((ROG MAXIMUS XI HERO (WI-FI)) is designed to let you take advantage of the power, speed, and efficiency offered by Intel's 9th and 8th generation processors. Engineered for esports gaming and 4K content production, the MAXIMUS XI HERO WiFi-enabled motherboard features an LGA 1151 CPU socket, four dual-channel DIMM DDR4 slots, two M.2 storage sockets, six 6GB/s SATA ports, Intel I219V Gigabit LAN and Wireless-AC 9560 connectivity, together with a host of I/O ports make the ATX motherboard a versatile cornerstone for building a high-performance desktop PC.
Leave all the guesswork to the AI and save yourself time and effort from tuning your system for hours. ASUS 5-Way Optimization will have everything calibrated and configured for enhanced gaming performance with the best cooling measures enabled.
Four Aura Sync headers (two 4-pin AURA RGB plus two 3-pin addressable) lets you flaunt your build with LED lighting effects that synchronise with all attached AURA-enabled devices and components.
The ASUS ROG Z390 MAXIMUS XI HERO (WI-FI) ATX motherboard gives you complete freedom to build your gaming rig the way you want to. Outfit the ROG Z390 ATX motherboard with the best gaming-grade components and have a truly immersive gaming experience playing next-gen VR titles.
Find out more about the ROG Z390 MAXIMUS XI HERO WI-FI Motherboard on ASUS' Website.