ASUS Launches New TUF GAMING B650 Series Motherboards with AMD Chipsets

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ASUS introduced two new motherboards: the ATX form factor "TUF GAMING B650-E WIFI" and the MicroATX "TUF GAMING B650M-E", both featuring AMD's B650 chipset. The "TUF GAMING B650-E WIFI" motherboard is designed for robust performance with an 8+2-phase power supply circuit that includes 60A PowerStage components. It incorporates MIL-standard TUF choke coils and TUF capacitors, alongside a substantial VRM heatsink. This model supports DDR5 memory across four slots, capable of handling up to 192GB at speeds up to 8,000MHz. For storage, it features one PCI Express 5.0 (x4) M.2 slot and one PCI Express 4.0 (x4) M.2 slot, both supplemented with dedicated heatsinks. Expansion capabilities include various PCI Express slots and comprehensive network support with Realtek 2.5 Gigabit LAN alongside Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.3. The motherboard also includes multiple USB ports and video outputs such as DisplayPort and HDMI.

The smaller "TUF GAMING B650M-E" follows a similar design philosophy with a slightly altered 8+2+1 phase power supply circuit and similar cooling and durability features. It supports up to 192GB DDR5 memory, with operation speeds up to 7,600MHz. Storage options also include PCI Express 5.0 and 4.0 M.2 slots, each with its own heatsink. It offers fewer expansion slots than its ATX counterpart but includes a similar array of USB and display connections, backed by Realtek 2.5 Gigabit LAN for network connectivity.

These motherboards are part of ASUS's commitment to advancing personal computing with the integration of powerful AMD chipsets, aimed at providing top-tier performance and connectivity for gamers and tech enthusiasts.

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