There are two M.2 slots, one of which is vertically headed beneath the 24 pin ATX connector while the other is featured right below the PCH heatsink which also provides cooling for the M.2 storage device.
The motherboard has a solid 10 phase power delivery system which is delivered power through an 8 and 4 pin connector configuration.
The rear panel IO includes 8 USB 3.0, 2 USB 3.1 ports, triple RJ45 LAN ports, a 7.1 channel audio jack, BIS flashback switch, a single optical S/PDIF port and a Wi-Fi wireless adapter.
The board will cost 0 US at launch on 10th August.
The motherboard has the massive SP3 socket which is also known as TR4.
It features the TR4 socket which fully supports the AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors.
Power is provided through a dual 8 pin connector configuration along with a 24 pin ATX connector.
There are a total of eight DDR4 DIMM slots on the board along with a fifth DIMM.2 slot which can support up to two NVMe M.2 drives.
It comes with quad channel DDR4 memory support and has eight DDR4 DIMM slots scattered across the socket.
The CPU is powered by dual 8 pin connectors which provides a massive influx of power to the board.