Two of the boards, the TUF Gaming Z690-Plus D4 and what we presume is the ROG Strix Z690-A Gaming D4, but the Wi-Fi version, as there are no Prime gaming boards, top out at 5,333 MHz. However, this shouldn’t come as a surprise, as both boards rely on DDR4 and the highest memory speed is on par with ASUS’ current Z590 boards.
Next we have the Prime Z690-A, which seems to be a mid-range non ROG board and it looks like it’ll top out at 6,000 MHz. The last model appears to be a board that hasn’t leaked as yet, but which we presume is the ROG Strix Z690-F Gaming, as there’s a DDR4 version of this board. Here memory speeds are slightly higher at 6,400 MHz, but this still seems fairly low, as there have been leaks of a board from Gigabyte with memory clocks of 8,000 MHz, so either ASUS is playing it conservatively on its lower-end boards, or these are not the final overclockable memory speeds for these boards.
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