The ASUS ROG Strix X670E-I Gaming WiFi crams the latest tech into the diminutive mini-ITX footprint and then branches out with the ROG Hive to put vital controls and I/O at your fingertips. At motherboard level, PCIe 5.0 slots for graphics and storage ride alongside dual-channel DDR5 to bring large-scale bandwidth to games and CPU-intensive workloads.
Heavyweight power delivery and vertically-stacked heatsinks crush thermals and lay a potent foundation for exclusive ROG overclocking tools to push performance boundaries. With all this and more, this tiny titan dishes up a space-saving AM5 build that allows you to comfortably host larger displays and a spread of ROG gaming peripherals on your desktop.
Chipset: AMD X670
CPU Socket: AM5
Supported CPU: AMD Ryzen 7000 Series
Memory Slots: 2
PCIe Gen 5 X16 Slots: 1
Form Factor: Mini-ITX
10 + 2 power solution
Stacked heatsink design
An x16 and on-board M.2 slot are PCIe Gen 5-ready
Dual USB4 Type-C ports
AI Cooling II
About the ASUS ROG Strix X670E-I Gaming WiFi Motherboard
The ASUS ROG Strix X670E-I Gaming WiFi neatly increases mini-ITX expansion capabilities with vertically-stacked PCIe 5.0 and PCIe 4.0 M.2 slots. PCIe 5.0 support also extends to the x16 slot, which is reinforced with SafeSlot, providing structural support and bandwidth to handle large and powerful next-gen GPUs.
10 + 2 power stages, strategically teamed to rapidly respond to load changes and drive Ryzen 7000 through any workload. A multi-layered printed circuit board design quickly dissipates heat around the voltage regulators to improve overall system stability and provide the CPU with more overclocking headroom.
For those who want to fly past stock DDR5 speeds, the ASUS ROG Strix X670E-I Gaming WiFi is primed and ready for enthusiast-grade kits courtesy of vast AMD EXtended Profiles for Overclocking (EXPO) support. Seasoned veterans can further tweak performance via the extensive array of settings in the UEFI.
High-quality Thermal Pads
High-quality thermal pads are utilised between power stages and heatsinks, helping to improve heat transfer and reduce VRM operating temperatures.
The VRM heatsink extends over the rear I/O to maximise surface area and includes active cooling to deftly handle power thermals of the latest AMD processors – while leaving clearance for large CPU coolers.
M.2 and Chipset Heatsinks
To save space, both on-board M.2 slots and heatsinks are stacked together over the chipset. And to keep the thermals of installed high-performance drives in check, the entire array is cooled by an embedded fan.
The ATX experience thoughtfully scaled into mini-ITX: build easier the ROG FPS-II card, and grace your desktop with the ROG Hive, dual USB4 ports, and support for the latest WiFi 6E standard.
ROG Strix Hive
The all-new ROG Strix Hive brings critical controls and I/O within arm’s reach, moving them from the cramped quarters of an SFF chassis to a compact peripheral that sits on the desktop. DIY-friendly buttons and diagnostic LEDs are brought front and center along with a large volume dial. On the sides, a varied group of I/O ports handle audio input and output and provide convenient connectivity for grab-and-go peripherals.
ROG FPS-II Card
The ROG FPS-II card groups I/O onto a vertically-mounted card, saving valuable on-board space and tidying cable management. Connections can be made before the card is installed, greatly simplifying installation in cramped quarters. On board are two SATA ports, front panel headers, two USB 2.0 headers (allows for three USB 2.0 connections), a CPU_OV jumper for extreme overclocking, an Alteration mode switch, and a Clear CMOS header to reset BIOS to factory default.
Onboard WiFi 6E technology takes advantage of newly available spectrum in the 6 GHz band to provide up to seven 160 MHz channels for ultrafast throughput and better performance in dense wireless environments.
Intel 2.5G Ethernet
Onboard Intel 2.5 Gbps Ethernet gives your wired connection a boost, with speeds that are 2.5 times faster than standard Ethernet connections for speedy file transfers, low-latency gaming, and high-res video streaming.
Undeniably ROG Strix
A perforated metal mesh design on the I/O shield and M.2 heatsink can catch the light of internal RGB accessories or elegantly fade into the darkness of stealthy builds. Cypertext and angular accents make this board an unmistakable member of the ROG Strix series.