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Intel Z590 Motherboard Pricing Detailed by ASUS, ASRock, and MSI

Intel’s 11th Gen Rocket Lake-S CPUs are slated to launch at the end of this quarter with an aim to take back the gaming crown from AMD. A new core architecture along with even higher boost clocks are two key highlights of Intel’s new processors. However, with every new CPU family, there’s usually a new chipset and therefore, a new motherboard lineup from different board partners.

Three of Intel’s primary partners have confirmed the pricing of their next-gen Z590 offerings. These include MSI, ASUS, and ASRock. Both the US and EU pricing has been detailed, and they’re as follows:

Motherboard NameMSRP is USDMSRP in Euro
MEG Z590 GODLIKE1019999
MEG Z590 ACE489479
MEG Z590 UNIFY389379
MEG Z590I UNIFY329319
MPG Z590 Gaming Carbon WiFi324314
MPG Z590 Gaming Force314310
MPG Z590 Gaming EDGE WiFi284279
MPG Z590 Gaming PLUS264260
MAH Z590 TOMOHAWK WiFi239235
MAG Z590 TORPEDO229225
Z590 PRO WiFi209205
Z590-A PRO189185
Motherboard NameMSRP in EurosAvailability
ROG MAXIMUS XIII EXTREME GLACIAL1516Q1 / 2021
ROG MAXIMUS XIII EXTREME960Q1 / 2021
ROG MAXIMUS XIII HERO505Beginning of February 2021
ROG MAXIMUS XIII APEX505Q1 / 2021
ROG STRIX Z590-E GAMING WIFI378Beginning of February 2021
ROG STRIX Z590-F GAMING WIFI341Beginning of February 2021
ROG STRIX Z590-A GAMING WIFI328Beginning of February 2021
ROG STRIX Z590-I GAMING WIFI378Q1 / 2021
PRIME Z590-A277Beginning of February 2021
TUF GAMING Z590-PLUS WIFI252Beginning of February 2021
TUF GAMING Z590-PLUS239Q1 / 2021
PRIME Z590-P201Q1 / 2021
PRIME Z590M-PLUS189Q1 / 2021
Motherboard NameMSRP in USD
Z590 Taichi$429.99 US
Z590 PG Velocita$289.99 US
Z590 Extreme4$224.99 US
Z590 Steel Legend WiFi 6E$209.99 US
Z590 Steel Legend$194.99 US

As you can see, the Z590 boards start at around just $200 and go as high as $1,500+. Most of the popular enthusiast products such as the Z4590 Taichi, ROG Maximus Hero, and Apex, and the MSI MEG ACE cost around the $500 mark just like their X570 counterparts. The absolute top-end parts do, however, come at a rather ridiculous premium. You should be able to buy a Z590 board starting from early Feb or perhaps even by the end of this month.

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