ASUS Announces Micro-ATX and Mini-ATX X670E Motherboards For AMD’s Zen4

A while back, we came across the pricing for ASUS’s Zen4 motherboards. Today, we got to know about the OC capabilities of these X670E motherboards from ASUS. Der8auer, a renowned overclocker was given the opportunity to visit ROG Gamescom 2022 .

Two New OC Features

-Dynamic OC Switcher

The first feature is dubbed as ‘Dynamic OC Switcher‘ which essentially allows you to switch between your manual overclock and Precision Boost Overdrive (PBO) based on the temperatures. This feature is reportedly arriving on the complete X670 lineup. PBO allows for faster single-threaded performance wheras Manual OC is more inclined towards with those who want higher multi-core performance.

-Ryzen Core Flex

A rather interesting name indeed! This new feature basically allows you to enter thresholds and inputs using free algorithms offering faster and better overclocking abilities.

The Return of GENE

The ROG CROSSHAIR X670E GENE features 16+2 power stages rated at 110 Amperes. Support for PCIe Gen 5.0 is included as expected along with the brand new USB4 technology. Support for a USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type-C with Quick Charge 4+ (60W) is also provided.

ROG CROSSHAIR X670 GENE | ASUS via Wccftech

ASUS ROG STRIX X670E-I

Let alone the mATX form factor, ASUS also announced its first mITX Ryzen 7000 supporting motherboard. The ASUS ROG STRIX X670E-I features your typical dual-chipset socket configuration as is with all X670 motherboards. The motherboard has active VRM cooling along with DDR5/PCIe Gen 5.0 support.

As per Wccftech, the motherboard comes with a 10+2 phase power design. 

ASUS ROG STRIX X670E-I | ASUS via Wccftech
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