ASUS has announced twelve new X570-based motherboards to coincide with the announcement of the 3rd generation AMD Ryzen processors. The new motherboards are spread across the company’s ROG Crosshair, ROG Strix, TUF Gaming, Prime, and Pro brands.
The new lineup of motherboards is headed by the ROG Crosshair VIII Formula, ROG Crosshair VIII Hero (WiFi), ROG Crosshair VIII Hero, and ROG Crosshair VIII Impact. The Formula is the company’s top-end, liquid-ready model while the Hero is more laid back with both WiFi and non-WiFi options. Lastly, the Impact is the family’s Mini-DTX variant for smaller builds.
Following the ROG Crosshair VIII line is the new ROG Strix X570 series, with the ROG Strix X570-E, ROG Strix X570-F, and ROG Strix X570-I. The ROG Strix X570-E features more ports and more connectivity options than the ROG Strix X570-F, while the ROG Strix X570-I is the set’s Mini-ITX option.
For those on a budget but still want a reliable motherboard for their rig, the new TUF Gaming motherboard could fit the bill. It’s equipped with digital VRM with Dr. MOS power stages and TUF chokes, TUF capacitors, three hybrid chassis fan headers, and a dedicated AIO cooler header. The TUF Gaming X570-Plus comes in both a WiFi and non-WiFi variant.
Closing out the new X570 motherboards are the new Prime and Pro series models. The Prime X570-Pro and Prime X570-P are designed for more mainstream users who want more discreet builds while the Pro WS X570-ACE is targeted at workstation and office builds.
No local pricing and availability have been announced for the new ASUS X570 motherboards but they should be expected to release around the time the 3rd generation AMD Ryzen processors become available.