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  1. Depends on how you look at it. Its 16 PCIe lanes...

    Depends on how you look at it. Its 16 PCIe lanes multiplexed to three PCIEx4-NMVEs (12 lanes total) plus a graphics card with potentially 16 lanes. Of course the bandwidth at any given time is still...
  2. At the YT time index in your link he's talking...

    At the YT time index in your link he's talking about a plx chip, as well. So the WS Z390 Pro (for which I'm asking about VRM details) is exactly that: the intel platform which Asus did the same...
  3. Well, in case of the WS Z390 Pro, it multiplexes...

    Well, in case of the WS Z390 Pro, it multiplexes all 16 CPU driven PCIe lanes between the 4 slots. As I use my graphics card mostly for a triple 4k monitor setup and not gaming or other GPU intensive...
  4. Carlyle2020, thanks, I already watched the...

    Carlyle2020,
    thanks, I already watched the review of hardware unboxed. Unfortunately, they only reviewed the Hero and another low end ASUS board, but not the WS Z390 Pro. And as the WS Z390 Pro is...
  5. I'm planning to use a pre-binned 9900K because...

    I'm planning to use a pre-binned 9900K because my use case needs very high single / low thread performance as well as good multithread performance.
    Thats why I will have to OC it as well as...
  6. ASUS WS Z390 Pro - please help with VRM details and buying decision

    Does anybody know, what VRM components are used on the ASUS WS Z390 Pro (https://www.asus.com/us/Commercial-S...WS-Z390-PRO/)? I couldn't find anything on google and ASUS support isn't helping out...
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