ASUS is excited to launch their latest motherboards based on the new Intel Z390 chipset. The collection is led by a diverse cast from the Republic of Gamers that elevates gaming and overclocking to new heights. ROG Strix offers more streamlined alternatives that include a mighty Mini-ITX model, while TUF Gaming focuses on the essentials to hit more affordable price points.

ROG Maximus XI Code

There’s an ROG or ASUS Z390 motherboard for everyone, whether you’re someone who builds or mods professionally, a hardcore gamer, or even someone new to the hobby of building PCs. 

Since 2006, the Republic of Gamers has set the standard for gaming and enthusiast motherboards, and with each new generation their designers and engineers refine the formula in pursuit of better performance and more customization options, all with a better overall gaming experience in mind.

ROG Maximus XI Formula

For Z390, the Maximus XI Series embraces their inner Batman with blacked-out boards in multiple sizes and variations. It leads with the unparalleled Maximus XI Extreme for dream builds, which is followed by the armour-clad Maximus XI Formula. Meanwhile the Maximus XI Gene rethinks the approach to microATX, while Maximus XI Hero strikes the right balance.

ROG Maximus XI Hero WiFi CE

If the Maxmimus series is there to cater to the high-end spectrum of gaming, the ROG Strix series fills the space just below that with more affordable options, all while retaining the look and feel everyone expects from the Republic of Gamers. These models keep the must-have features for gaming and overclocking but are not as extreme as their ROG siblings. In the Z390 series, the  full-.sized ATX boards: the Strix Z390-E, Z390-F, and Z390-H Gaming, are joined by their little brother, the Mini-ITX Strix Z390-I Gaming.

ROG Maximus XI Hero Wi-Fi

TUF on the other hand offers something new with gaming hardware that combines builder-friendly features with battlestation-ready themes. Its unique aesthetic and focus on reliability and gaming essentials are shared by a growing collection of additional hardware ASUS has developed in-house, plus contributions from a broader TUF Gaming Alliance made up of industry titans that produce compatible parts. You can already buy matching memory, coolers, and power supplies along with a TUF Gaming case, and additional hardware is on the way.

ROG Strix Z390-E Gaming

The TUF Gaming Z390 series will be represented by the TUF Z390-Plus Gaming (Wi-Fi).

The Z390 motherboards will be available starting November of 2018, prices for the motherboards will be as follows:

Model Price
ROG Maximus XI Extreme 25,970 php
ROG MAXIMUS XI Formula 23,870 php
ROG MAXIMUS XI Hero (WI-FI AC) COD4 Edition 19,310 php
ROG MAXIMUS XI Hero(WI-FI AC) 18,600 php
ROG STRIX Z390-E Gaming 14,360 php
ROG STRIX Z390-F Gaming 13,320 php
ROG STRIX Z390-H Gaming 11,960 php
ROG STRIX Z390-I Gaming 13,320 php
TUF Z390-Plus Gaming (WI-FI) 11,280 php
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