The Z390’s have been out for a while, however, some new ones have come out due to the release of Intel’s 9th Generation, featuring CPU’s such as the I5 9600K, I7 7700K and the I9 9900K along with many more.
The good news is that for people who already owned High-End Z390’s all they (probably) have to do is update their BIOS from their Motherboards Brand Website and your firmware will probably be up-to-date and ready to use with both the 8th and 9th generation of Intel CPUs. This is also good news because there’s a chance that your z390 may very well be compatible with Intels next generation (which is very very far from us considering the 9th was just released).
The purpose of this guide is to help you find the best & cheapest option for your needs, if you don’t feel like ditching out 300$ for a high end motherboard, that’s fine and perfectly understandable, for most people a low-end Z390 is more than enough for overclocking & doing whatever it is they need to do.[amazon bestseller = “Z390 Motherboard” items = “5” template=”table”]
MSI Z390-A PRO[amazon box=”B07J6Z9KJ2″ template=”horizontal”]
This motherboard features everything you will ever need, be it overclocking, having 4 RAM Slots, Heat Dissipator, plenty of USB entries and many more features to offer.
The only downsides are not having inboard WIFI, not having the latest & best sound cards, not the best heat dissipator & limited RAM Overclocking capabilities.[amazon bestseller=”Z390 Motherboard” items=”5″]
Can you overclock with the MSI Z390-A Pro?
Yes, you can indeed, you don’t have to worry about that as it’s been crafted with the ability to overclock as its main feature.
Is it compatible with both, Intel’s 8th and 9th Generation of Processors?
Yes, it’s compatible with both generation so it doesn’t matter if you have 8600K or a 9700k, you can use any of them with this motherboard & be satisfied with the results.