ASUS upcoming Intel B760 motherboards have leaked ahead of their CES 2023 launch and come in different flavors, from ROG STRIX to TUF Gaming.
ASUS prepares Intel B760 motherboards in several entry-level and budget options, ITX and mATX designs pictured
The latest images of the upcoming Intel B760 motherboards from ASUS have been leaked by a leak, momomo. The images give us a first look at the latest ROG STRIX & TUF Gaming options for casual and budget users. There are three Asus ROG Strix and one TUF design in the leaked images.
Starting at the top, we have the ASUS ROG STRIX B760-A Gaming WIFI DDR4 motherboard which comes in ATX form and appears to carry a 16-phase VRM design with an 8 + 4-pin connector layout. The motherboard has a PCIe Gen 5.0 x16, PCIe 3.0 x4 and PCIe 3.0 x1 slot. There are three M.2 slots, all covered by heatsinks. The top of the PCIe slot comes with an easy GPU release button. For storage, there are four SATA III ports.
Next we have the ASUS ROG STRIX B760-G Gaming WIFI DDR4 motherboard which comes in mATX form and appears to carry a similar 16 phase VRM design with 8 + 4 connector layout. The motherboard has PCIe Gen 5.0 x16, PCIe Gen 4.0 x4 and 2 slots PCIe Gen 4.0 x1. There are two M.2 slots and storage options include four SATA III ports.
ASUS also has a Mini-ITX Intel B760 motherboard in the form of the ROG STRIX B760-I Gaming WIFI that carries two DDR5 DIMM slots and a 10-12 phase VRM design powered by a single 8-pin header. The motherboard comes with one PCIe Gen 5.0 x16 slot and one M.2 slot as well. It packs four SATA III ports and the aesthetic of a player, too.
There is also one ASUS TUF Gaming motherboard based on B760 chipset, B760-P PLUS WIFI DDR4. The motherboard has a similar power supply to the ASUS ROG STRIX B760-A but with its own TUF Gaming black and yellow accents.
In addition, several Intel B760 motherboards from Gigabyte and MSI were also leaked a couple of days ago by Videocardz which can be seen below:
Intel and AMD will compete in the mainstream segment with the 13th Gen Non-K and Ryzen 7000 Non-X CPU families. Both CPU families will take full advantage of budget motherboards to entice gamers. While AMD has its B650 lineup which is DDR5 only, Intel has both B660 (DDR4 + DDR5) and B760 (DDR4 + DDR5) motherboards coming for gamers and consumers in general.
There are reports that the upcoming lineup will cost up to 10% more than existing B660 designs but that remains to be seen. Intel B760 motherboards and 13th Gen Non-K CPUs will be available in the first week of January, just a week before the launch of the AMD Ryzen 7000 Non-X CPU.