The manufacturer’s new motherboard follows the usual design scheme and appears to have broken with the previous OEM.
Of course, NZXT isn’t missing out on the good stuff either, and it’s cutting its own small segment of the upper mid-range for the Socket AM5 platform, launching N7 B650E The motherboard is distinguished by the type, the name of which already includes the type of control bridge located on it.
Up to 128GB of DDR5 memory can be run in the four DIMM slots of the new ATX format, within tuning limits up to and including an effective clock of 6000MHz, and of course XMP and EXPO technology are supported. There are a total of three x16 PCI Express rails on the board, of which the 5.0 metal-reinforced base instance, while its 4.0 counterparts comply with the 4.0 standard, although the latter two are connected for x4 and x2 bandwidth.
Our spare stock is waiting for you with three rib-covered M.2 2242/2260/2280 sockets; One works with x4 PCI Express 5.0, the other two with x4 and x2 PCI Express 4.0 interfaces, but there are also four SATA ports. We can connect to the network with 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet routed via the Realtek RTL8125BG controller, but the Wi-Fi 6E / Bluetooth 5.2 pair is also not missing from the board’s arsenal equipped with the Realtek ALC1220 eight-channel audio codec, which can be selected in both white and black “shield”.
From the fixed I/O shield are two antenna connectors, one HDMI output, one USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C port, two USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-A ports, and four USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-A ports that blind us to the above-mentioned RJ. 45. In addition to the CMOS and BIOS flashback buttons, the five audio jacks, and the optical audio out.
Five PWMs plus CPU_FAN and AIO_PUMP pins. There are four NZXT RGB LEDs and two 5V ARGB connectors on the black PCB, while one USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C port, four USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-A ports, and six USB 2.0 ports can be connected to the front panel. On the deck equipped with four status LEDs, there is a power button and a reset button, which is an extra convenient thing especially for bench press users.
A paper that will be sold with a 3-year guarantee will not be pleasant at all, as it will cost 430 euros at the exit in the EU.
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