In a recent news, Intel has finally unveiled its Z390 chipset. The Z390 is Intel’s latest chipset and Intel claims that it will revolutionize the way you game and work. At a glance, the Intel Z390 Features such technologies as 1st generation Integrated Intel Wireless-AC support, Intel Optane memory support, overclocking, USB 3.1 Gen 2, Bluetooth 5 and a load of other features.
Moreover, it seems like Intel’s primary focus is on the overclocking capabilities of this new chipset as can be seen throughout their marketing materials for the chipset.
Intel Z390 Features: Integrated Wireless, 8th Gen Processor Support, 4K Video and
Intel Wireless-AC support:
In a first, Intel has now implemented wireless support for its Z390 chipset whereby users will be able to connect to the internet without having to use an ethernet cable. The Z390 integrates an Intel wireless 802.11ac support, which will enable you to connect to up to a Gigabit Wifi speed.
The Intel Z390 features Bluetooth 5 support as well which means you will be able to connect your smartphones and other devices via the Bluetooth and transfer data at unprecedented speeds.
USB 3.1 Gen 2:
The Intel Z390 features USB 3.1 Gen 2 support. USB 3.1 Gen 2 is capable of speeds up to 10 Gb/s.
Intel Optane Memory Support:
The Intel Optane Memory technology provides fast app response as well as performance improvements. The fast app response time accelerates all system processes when paired with an Intel Optane memory module.
Overclocking is a big deal when it comes to Z390 chipset. All 8th Gen unlocked Intel Core Processors are fully overclockable. Core, graphics and memory frequencies can be easily overclocked.
All in all, this some very exciting stuff for gaming and computer enthusiasts all over the world. We hope to see some real-life tests and benchmarks soon when the Z390 chipset finally hits the shelves.
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