Today's high-end motherboards generally have multiple PCI-E 3.0 x16 expansion slots, but are subject toprocessorThe number of PCI-E channels can only support x8/x8 when dual parallel.
ASUS board is equippedFour PCI-E 3.0 x16 slots with a PCI-E 3.0 x48 bridge chip that supports single x16, dual x16/x16 (first and third), three x8/x8/x16, Four way x8/x8/x8/x8There is also a PCI-E x4 slot supported by a chipset.
Other configurations, ATX standard board type, 10-phase power supply,24-pin main power supply interface and 8+8+6-pin auxiliary power supply interfaceBut the heat sink is not very exaggerated. Four DDR4 memory slots with a maximum frequency of 4266MHz and a maximum capacity of 64GB. Six SATA 6Gbps, two M.2-22110 32Gbps (both covered heatsinks), two U.2 32Gbps.
Intel I210-AT, I219-LMDual Gigabit NIC.Realtek ALC S1220AEight-channel sound card, signal-to-noise ratio 120dBA, support DTS, with electromagnetic shielding and audio capacitors.
The USB interface is also very rich, includingThe Z390 chipset supports six native USB 3.1 Gen.2 (back), six USB 2.0 (back), two USB 2.0 (pin), and two master USB 3.1 Gen.2 (back one) For Type-C), two USB 3.1 Gen.1 (back), also with lightning interface pins.
The back also provides HDMI, DisplayPort output interface.
The price is definitely high,The foreign media is estimated to be around $350, but the Z270-WS is still in the country at $45,000.