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|Model||MAG Z390 TOMAHAWK|
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** RAM support may also depend on the CPU memory controller
|ECC RAM Support|
|Audio Chipset||Realtek ALC892|
7.1-Channel High Definition Audio
Supports S/PDIF output
|LAN Chipset||Intel I219-V|
|Max LAN Speed||Dual 10/100/1000Mbps|
|PCI-Express x16 Slots||3|
|PCI-Express x4 Slots||0|
|PCI-Express x1 Slots||2|
|SATA 6 Gbps Ports||6|
|SATA Express Ports||0|
|M.2 Devices support||
|Maximum Supported RAM||64GB|
|Onboard USB 2.0||2|
|Onboard USB 3.2 Gen 1||2|
|Onboard USB 3.2 Gen 2||0|
The Z390 Tomahawk pushed half of our four-DIMM DDR4-2933 kit to an astounding DDR4-4174. Unfortunately, that's the only thing it did remarkably well. Its extra Gigabit Ethernet controller is offset in value by its loss of CPU PCIe bifurcation, cheaper...
MSI's board is the cheapest Z390 product in this group, and it certainly punches above its weight: it has a decent specification that can support mainstream builds with single GPUs and overclocked CPUs, and it has solid gaming performance. Its weaker...
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