ASUS TUF Z370-Pro Gaming Motherboard Review
Peter Donnell / 12 months ago
ASUS TUF Z370-Pro Gaming
Do you need a motherboard that’s a little more robust and unique? Then the ASUS TUF series is usually a safe choice. Their new Z370-Pro Gaming is on our test bench today, and it’s already only of the most unique looking Z370 motherboards we’ve seen in the office, or anywhere for that matter.
It comes equipped with TUF Protection and TUF Components, ensuring your system stays running in demanding tasks, 24/7. That’s good news for those who plan to overclock their hardware and run their system with demanding tasks extensively.
For your investment, you’ll get DTS Custom Audio, a nice assortment of voltage protection systems, and high-end components such as TUF Chokes, and MOSFETs. Add to that Xpert 4 fan control and in M.2 storage, and you’ve got a pretty complete package.
- ASUS OptiMem: Careful routing of traces and vias to preserve signal integrity for improved memory overclocking
- Exclusive DTS Custom audio: Delivers positional cues to stereo headphones, helping you to pinpoint enemies and action
- TUF Protection: SafeSlot, ESD Guards, DDR4 overvoltage protection, Digi+ VRM, and stainless-steel back I/O for long-term reliability
- TUF Components: TUF LANGuard, TUF Chokes, TUF Capacitors, and TUF MOSFETs for maximum durability
- Fan Xpert 4 Core: Ensures every fan achieves the best balance of cooling performance and acoustics
- Native M.2: Built-in interface for latest SSDs, delivering lightning-fast storage speeds of up to 32Gbps
What ASUS Had to Say
“TUF Gaming motherboards are built to survive and thrive on every battlefield. Infused with the military spirit of The Ultimate Force (TUF) and styled to strike fear into the hearts of every enemy, TUF Z370-Pro Gaming is the perfect foundation for your ATX battle rig: a solid, durable and camouflaged force that’s fit for today’s fights, and with the durability to handle multiple upgrades for the campaigns of tomorrow.” – ASUS
What’s in the Box
In the box, you’ll get the owners manual, a backplate, some SATA cables, a few screws, and an SLI bridge. That’s not a lot of stuff, but at least the board is packed with features to make up for it.