Intel’s Z790 Motherboards With PCIe Gen 5 M.2 Support To Be Revealed In Q3 2022 But Existing Boards Will Be Good To Go Too
Launching as the premier 700-series platform for 13th Gen Raptor Lake CPUs are Intel's Z790 motherboards
We can promise you that if you are using a Z690 motherboard
you are in fine shape even though these motherboards are anticipated to have some new I/O features that will offer you a reason to choose them over the current 600-series devices.
Intel's Raptor Lake-Ready Z790 Flagship Motherboards To Be Revealed In Q3 2022 With PCIe Gen 5 M.2 Support
Later this fall, the Intel 13th Gen Raptor Lake CPU range will be available, and the blue team will be prepared to support it on both the current 600-series motherboards and the next 700-series boards
These boards will be available in three flavours: Z790, H770, and B760. They have already been made public.
The H610 boards will replace the H710 motherboards and continue to be available in the entry-level market, therefore it appears that the H710 motherboards have been discontinued.
The PCIe Gen 5 M.2 SSD support will be added to Intel's Z790 motherboards, but not all motherboards will have it, just like AMD's AM5 platform
according to Moore's Law is Dead. Due to the increased expenses associated with adding more PCB layers and redrivers for Gen 5 hardware
it appears that only the top-tier motherboards (premium products) will support Gen 5 M.2, while the standard line will not support PCIe Gen 5.0.
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