The Intel Z390 motherboard will be used for 8 cores. Its data has appeared on Intel's official website twice. The results have been deleted. There are not many major changes, involving native USB 3.1 Gen2 and 802.11ac Wave2/Bluetooth 5 support, and up to three 32Gbps M.2/U.2 interfaces. The PCIe 3.0 channel is the same as the Z370, or 24.
According to the news from VideoCardz, Intel originally planned to launch the Z390 motherboard and the 8-core processor in August/September, but because AMD decided to launch the second generation of thread tearer at the Taipei Computer Show, and the CPU share picked up, it forced itself. Accelerate the pace.
Although Intel's high-end 8-core or even 18-core processors are all available, the mainstream level is the first time early adopters. In fact, under the circumstances that the LGA1151 interface remains unchanged, the only remembrance is of course compatible with the Z370.