ASUS announces their Z170 Pro Gaming/Aura motherboard

ASUS announces their Z170 Pro Gaming/Aura motherboard

ASUS announces their Z170 Pro Gaming/Aura motherboard

ASUS announces their Z170 Pro Gaming/Aura motherboard

 

ASUS has announced their new Z170 Pro Gaming/Aura motherboard, which comes in a neutral colour scheme with RGB lighting and customizable parts thanks to 3D Printing. 

This will be the newest Z170 board in ASUS' Pro Gaming Range, featuring two reinforced PCIe connections for SPI and Crossfire as well as M.2 SSD support. From what we can see this motherboard does not have an RGB header, which means that this motherboard cannot be used to control your PCs lighting, apart from the motherboard itself. 

Below are pictures of the motherboard and a version which has been personalised with one of ASUS' custom 3D Printable parts, which should become available to download from ASUS soon. 

 

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Right now ASUS says that this motherboard will hit retail shelves at a price of £145.99 including VAT. 

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' Z170 Pro Gaming/Aura motherboard on the OC3D Forums

 

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27-07-2016, 12:07:27

xnax2802
inb4 rants about RGB lightingQuote

27-07-2016, 14:01:59

Steffen
The Idea with the 3D Printed Parts is nice but i donĀ“t think that an "Enthusiast" that Owns a Printer that could Print that in Decent Quality would buy an Mainboard at that Price Point, we shall see how many of them end up just stock ot of the box.Quote

28-07-2016, 17:19:50

dwatterworth
It's definitely a cool idea to give 3D board models.
If it was detailed enough and someone had access to a mill, you could even make your own waterblocks or heatsinks!
I know around me there are several establishments that allow group use of fabrications tools and workspaces which for small-run or individual parts that one could model at home and then produce on an as-needed basis.
Technology! Huzzah!Quote
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