ASUS has recently announced the local pricing and availability of its X470 motherboards, built for AMD’s Next Generation Ryzen 2000 series processors. codenamed Pinnacle Ridge, while maintaining backward compatibility with current Ryzen processors.
The new X470 series features 6 motherboards, each with a unique identity that caters to a different type of user. The ROG Crosshair VII Hero and its Wi-Fi equipped counterpart are the leaders of the lineup, featuring a stealthy design for serious overclockers, savvy enthusiasts and gamers.
The Strix X470-F on the other hand delivers easy tuning and next-level customization while remaining affordable.
The Strix X470-I shrinks everything down to mini-ITX size for that powerhouse but compact build.
The TUF X470 Plus Gaming utilizes military-grade components and is conceptualized by an alliance of industry partners with a focus on features that go beyond just cosmetic matching.
The PRIME X470-PRO on the other hand, provides an alternative for those who are into content creation and everyday productivity.
Pricing and Availability
The X470 motherboards are now available in stores. Pricing is as follows:
|ROG CROSSHAIR VII HERO (Wi-Fi)||PhP21,700|
|ROG STRIX X470-F Gaming||PhP13,950|
|ROG STRIX X470-I Gaming||PhP13,620|
|TUF X470 PLUS GAMING||PhP10,540|
For a more in-depth overview of these motherboards, click here.