ASUS’s next Intel B760 motherboards have been leaked before their CES 2023 introduction and are available in a variety of flavors, from ROG STRIX to TUF Gaming. The first images of future ASUS Intel B760 motherboards have been released by leaker Momomo_US. The images provide an initial glance at the most recent ROG STRIX and TUF Gaming alternatives for mainstream and budget buyers. The leaked images depict three ASUS ROG STRIX and one TUF Gaming design.
The ASUS ROG STRIX B760-A Gaming WIFI DDR4 motherboard comes in an ATX form size and has a 16 Phase VRM architecture with an 8+4 pin connection configuration. A single PCIe Gen 5.0 x16, PCIe 3.0 x4, and PCIe 3.0 x1 slot is available on the motherboard. There are three M.2 slots, and each one has a heatsink on it. The highest PCIe slot features a GPU-release button. There are four SATA III ports for storage.
The ASUS ROG STRIX B760-G Gaming WIFI DDR4 motherboard follows, with a mATX form size and a comparable 16-phase VRM architecture with an 8+4 connection arrangement. There are PCIe Gen 5.0 x16, PCIe Gen 4.0 x4, and two PCIe Gen 4.0 x1 slots on the motherboard. Storage choices include four SATA III connections and two M.2 slots.
The ROG STRIX B760-I Gaming WIFI from ASUS is a Mini-ITX Intel B760 motherboard with DDR5 DIMM slots and a 10 – 12 phase VRM architecture that is powered by a single 8-pin socket. Additionally, the motherboard has one PCIe Gen 5.0 x16 slot and one M.2 slot. It also features four SATA III connections and a gaming-inspired design.
B760-P PLUS WIFI DDR4 is the sole ASUS TUF Gaming motherboard based on the B760 chipset.
The motherboard’s power supply is comparable to that of the ASUS ROG STRIX B760-A, but it has a distinct TUF Gaming look with black and yellow accents. Additionally, Amazon has listed many ASUS B760 motherboards which we have pricing for below…
ROG Strix B760-F Gaming WiFi — €336
ROG Strix B760-A Gaming WiFi D4 €288
ROG Strix B760-G Gaming WiFi D4 — €280
TUF Gaming H770-PRO WiFi — €265
TUF Gaming B760-PLUS WiFi D4 €258
ROG STRIX B760-I Gaming — €258
Prime B760M-A WiFi D4 €228
Prime B760-PLUS D4 — €204
Prime B760M-K D4 €163
Moreover, various Gigabyte and MSI Intel B760 motherboards were leaked a few days ago. Intel and AMD will compete in the general market with their 13th Generation Non-K and Ryzen 7000 Non-X CPU families, respectively. Both CPU types will maximize the affordability of motherboards to entice gamers. For gamers and general users, Intel offers both the B660 (DDR4 + DDR5) and the forthcoming B760 (DDR4 + DDR5) motherboards, but AMD’s B650 range is exclusive to DDR5.
There are rumors that the forthcoming range will be up to 10 percent more expensive than the current B660 models, although this remains to be seen. Intel’s B760 motherboards and 13th Gen Non-K processors will be available in the first week of January, a week before the release of AMD’s Ryzen 7000 Non-X processors.
Images Credit: @Momomo_US