Asus Z97 and H97 Motherboard Prices Revealed – Starting at $109.99 Only
Asus is expected to be officially launching their new Legacy, TUF and ROG motherboards this coming April 30, featuring the latest Intel Series 9 Express Chipsets; Z97 for the mid to higher end tier motherboards and H97 for their budget line. But right before the official announcement of their new motherboards, some of the boards’ respective prices have already been revealed, thanks to Legit Reviews. Check them out below.
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You can grab an Asus Z97 motherboard starting at $169.99 with their Gryphon Z97 motherboard; or if you are on a budget and don’t really need all those overclocking features, you can go with their H97-Plus or H97I-Plus for only $109.99. The Asus ROG Z97 motherboards won’t be the most expensive boards featuring the Z97 chipset. The most expensive is the Asus Z97-Deluxe (NFC and WLC) variant with a whooping price tag of $399.99. I’m not sure if the prices below are final or not, but we will definitely find that out very soon. In addition, the list of the Asus Z97 and H97 motherboards with their prices below is just a partial list only. Some motherboards are not listed below.
Asus Z97 and H97 Motherboard Prices
Z97-DELUXE (NFC & WLC) – $399.99
Z97-DELUXE – $289.99
MAXIMUS VII HERO – $229.99
MAXIMUS VII GENE – $219.99
SABERTOOTH Z97 MARK 1 – $249.99
Z97-PRO (WIFI AC) – $219.99
SABERTOOTH Z97 MARK 2 – $179.99
Z97-A – $149.99
Z97-C – $139.99
Z97-K/CSM – $129.99
Z97M-PLUS – $134.99
Z97I-PLUS – $159.99
GRYPHON Z97 – $169.99
H97-PLUS – $109.99
H97M-PLUS – $114.99
H97M-E/CSM – $104.99
H97I-PLUS – $109.99
You can find out more information about a particular motherboard by clicking their respective links. Expect that more Asus motherboards with Z97 and H97 chipsets will be revealed and detailed very soon, including their respective manufacturer’s suggested retail prices.
What do you think guys? Are you an Asus motherboard board fan? Which one are you planning buy or upgrade to next?