Popular PC case maker NZXT announces its first motherboard

Jack Baker 10 January 2018 NEWS


The stylish N7 Z370 offers cover customisation and overclocking support.

NZXT is all about beautiful and streamlined design with its popular cases, fans and all-in-one water coolers -- and now, motherboards. At CES 2018 it announced the N7 Z370 motherboard running the latest overclock-enabled Intel Z370 chipset, supporting LGA 1151 processors such as the i7 8700K.

The motherboard is packed full of features and ports with two M.2 connectors (which can be used for super-fast SSDs, among other things); support for 2-way Nvidia SLI and AMD Crossfire for multi-GPU setups; support for 4 sticks of DDR4 memory (up to 64GB); XMP memory overclocking support; NZXT’s HUE+ RGB lighting controller; cover customisation (with the heatsink covers being available in red, blue purple, black and white); and other proprietary NZXT features.

With both black and white options available, the motherboard will blend nicely with many existing mainstream PC cases such as offerings from Corsair & Cooler Master but will also, and this is the presumed point of this entire exercise, match the style and colours of NZXT’s range. The heat sink covers are customisable and come in black or white as standard while for US$14.99, you can purchase blue, purple and red versions.


The motherboard is expected to ship later on this month and will start at US$299, with no comment on Australian pricing or availability as of yet.

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