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Budget Micro ATX Z490 Roundup: Inexpensive ASRock, Asus and Gigabyte Boards Battle

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Budget Micro ATX Z490 Deals

ASRock Z490M Pro4



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Asus Prime Z490M-Plus



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Gigabyte Z490M Gaming X



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All of our boards are of the smaller Micro ATX form factor, and with them also being so inexpensive, some features will be missing or not the same quality as other more premium (and expensive) boards. We’ll see SATA port counts range from four to six, one or two M.2 sockets, Gigabit Ethernet and different audio codecs than pricier options. Read on for a complete list of specifications and features from each board, see how they performed in testing and which board receives our nod of budget-friendly approval.

Motherboards come in all shapes, sizes, and price points. Recently, we looked at the least expensive B550 motherboards we could find and pair them with a high-end CPU. Fast forward to today and we’ve done the same thing but with Z490-based motherboards. Like the B550 roundup, we’ll look at inexpensive Micro ATX boards and see how they perform with our flagship i9-10900K compared to much pricier offerings.

We were able to procure three boards for this roundup, an ASRock Z490M Pro 4 ($134.99 ), Asus Prime Z490M-Plus ($149.99 ), and a Gigabyte Z490M Gaming X ($159.99 ). Missing from this roundup is the MSI MPG Z490M Gaming Edge Wi-Fi ($179.99 ). The company wasn’t able to get us a sample in time.

Performance on our three boards ended up where expected for the most part. The ASRock board held to Intel standards more than the other board. So in certain longer-running tests, it ends up slower. The Asus board performed the best out of the group using its ‘optimizations’ that stray the furthest from intel specifications. Gaming performance was similar among our participants, however. Surprisingly (despite sticking to the more conservative spec), our ASRock sample managed to use the most power of any Z490 based motherboard, peaking at 352W during our testing.

Specifications — ASRock Z490M Pro4

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Socket LGA 1200
Chipset Z490
Form Factor Micro ATX
Voltage Regulator 10 Phase (8+2) 50A MOSFETs
Video Ports (1) HDMI (v1. 4)
Row 5 — Cell 0 (1) DisplayPort (1.4)
Row 6 — Cell 0 (1) D-Sub
USB Ports (1) USB 3.2 Gen 2, Type-C (10 Gbps)
Row 8 — Cell 0 (1) USB 3.2 Gen 2, Type-A (10 Gbps)
Row 9 — Cell 0 (4) USB 3.2 Gen 1, Type-A (5 Gbps)
Network Jacks (1) GbE
Audio Jacks Analog
Legacy Ports/Jacks
Other Ports/Jack Wi-Fi Antenna
PCIe x16 (2) v3.0 (x16, x16/x4)
PCIe x8
PCIe x4
PCIe x1 (2) v3. 0 (x1)
CrossFire/SLI AMD Quad-GPU CrossfireX, 2-Way CrossfireX
DIMM slots (4) DDR4 4400+(OC)
M.2 slots (1) PCIe 3.0 x4 / SATA + PCIe (up to 80mm)
Row 21 — Cell 0 (1) PCIe 3.0 x4 / SATA + PCIe (up to 80mm)
Row 22 — Cell 0 (1) PCIe 3.0 x4 (Key E for CNVi Wi-Fi)
U.2 Ports
SATA Ports (4) SATA3 6 Gbps (RAID 0, 1, 5 and 10)
SATA Ports (1) USB v3.2 Gen 2 (Type-C)
Row 26 — Cell 0 (1) USB 3.2 Gen1
Row 27 — Cell 0 (2) USB v2.0
Fan/Pump Headers (6) 4-Pin (PWM/DC supported)
RGB Headers (2) Addressable RGB (3-pin)
Row 30 — Cell 0 (2) RGB (4-pin)
Legacy Interfaces
Other Interfaces FP-Audio
Diagnostics Panel 4 LED Debug
Internal Button/Switch
SATA Controllers
Ethernet Controllers (1) Intel I219-V (1 GbE)
Wi-Fi / Bluetooth
USB Controllers ASMedia ASM1543
HD Audio Codec Realtek ALC1200
DDL/DTS Connect ✗ / ✗
Warranty 3 Years

Starting quickly with the accessories, ASRock’s Z490M Pro4 includes SATA cables, M. 2 screws, manuals/driver disk and more, a basic assortment of what you need to get started. Below is a complete list of what comes in the box with the motherboard.

  • Quick Installation Guide
  • Support CD
  • I/O shields
  • (2) SATA cables
  • (3) Screws for M.2 socket
  • Standoff for M.2 socket

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Looking at the ASRock Z490M Pro4 motherboard, we’re greeted by a jet-black PCB with silver/aluminum heatsinks scattered around the board. Additionally, there’s a white-lined pattern that runs through the PCIe and DRAM area as well as a second white accent line streaking through the socket area. Overall, the board looks good for the price. As far as RGB lighting is concerned, two RGB LEDs are found on the bottom side of the board by the SATA ports. If these aren’t enough, there are four RGB headers (two ARGB, two RGB) as well.

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Focusing on the top half of the board, we’re able to get a closer look at the large aluminum heatsinks that cover the VRM banks. The left heatsink reaches out over the rear IO, cleaning up the appearance. On top, a portion is finished in a brushed-aluminum style with the PRO Series naming in a darker grey. Between the VRM heatsinks are 8-pin (required) and 4-pin (optional) EPS connectors for sending power to the CPU.

To the right of the socket are four DRAM slots. As expected at this price point, none are reinforced. Memory support is listed at speeds of up to DDR4 4400+(OC), with capacity listed as 128GB — standard fare. The memory slots lock on both sides, and with a video card installed, the bottom latches push into the GPU a bit. This makes it difficult to push the PCIe latch down to remove the GPU. This isn’t a big deal, but can easily be mitigated by using single-sided locking slots.

Flanking the DRAM slots at the top of the board are two (of six) 4-pin fan headers capable of controlling both PWM and DC fans (auto-detect on most ports). The CPU/Water Pump header, to the right of the DRAM slots, supports up to 2A/24W, while the remainder support 1A/12W. This should be plenty for most system configurations.

On the right edge of the board, we spy the first RGB headers: a grey 3-pin (ARGB) and white 4-pin (RGB). Sliding down that edge, you’ll come across the 24-pin ATX connector for board power, two front-panel USB 3.2 Gen1 headers, and two SATA ports oriented vertically. The Z490M Pro4 supports RAID 0, 1, 5 and 10 modes on the SATA ports.

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Looking at the power delivery in detail, we see an 8+2 configuration for the Vcore and SOC. Control over the VRMs is handled by a UP9521R (X+Y=7, 4+2 here, doubled) feeding 50 PDEC3908 (high side) and PDEC3906 (low side) MOSFETs using UP1961S phase doublers to reach ‘8’ phases. This isn’t the most robust setup, but it handled our flagship Intel Core i9-10900K at stock speeds without issue. As far as overclocking, the board was hindered by current limits and wouldn’t overclock manually.

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Moving down to the bottom half of the board, we’ll start with the audio section in the left-hand corner. Here we see the Realtek ALC1200 codec, along with a couple of capacitors dedicated to audio. You’re not going to find any EMI covers or more costly audio caps on this board. That said, the solution should still be sufficient for most users.

In the middle of the board are four PCIe slots and three M.2 sockets (two meant for SSDs). The lowest M.2 is offset to the right, located just below the chipset. Both M.2 Key M slots support PCIe and SATA based M.2 modules up to 110mm long. The small M.2 socket in the middle is Key E and supports Wi-Fi/BT cards. There is some lane sharing going on between SATA and M.2. In this case, if M2_1 (top socket) is occupied, SATA port 3 will be disabled. ASRock doesn’t list any kind of PCIe 4.0 support, so we’ll assume it goes without regardless of the CPU used.

There are a total of four PCIe slots, with two full-length slots for video cards and two x1 size slots for additional accessories. The problem here is the x1 slots will be hidden by any 2. 5 slot or great video card. So be aware of this if you plan to use one of the small slots. The top slot is fortified with Gigabyte’s PCIe Steel Slot for additional support for heavy graphics cards. The Z490M Pro4 supports AMD Crossfire X as the slots break down to x16 or x16/x4, with the bottom slot’s lanes sourced from the chipset.

To the right of the PCIe slots is the chipset, which is cooled by a small pushpin-attached heatsink. Outside of that, we see the second set of SATA ports, oriented horizontally.

Across the bottom edge of the board are several headers for various functionality. This includes fan and USB headers, clear CMOS and more. Worth noting is to the right of the chassis fan 3 header is a 4 light debug LED. If there is a problem in POST, one of the four LEDs (VGA, Boot, DRAM, CPU) will stay lit up, giving you an idea of where the problem was on boot. We’ve listed all of the headers from left to right below.

  • Front panel audio
  • Chassis fan
  • 4-pin RGB LED
  • 3-pin ARGB LED
  • Thunderbolt header
  • Chassis fan
  • TPM header
  • (2) USB 2. 0 headers

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Looking at the rear IO, we clearly see the difference between these budget-level boards and others up the product stack. On the USB front, we see a total of six out back. This includes two USB 3.2 Gen2 ports (Type-A and Type-C), and four USB 3.2 Gen1 ports. It’s great to see a USB Type-C port out back and 3.2 Gen 2 speeds, but some users will need more.

Video outputs consist of D-Sub, HDMI and DisplayPort. so you’ll have plenty of options when using an integrated GPU. The audio stack contains three analog ports —you won’t find SPDIF here. Other items include the Intel Ethernet port, a legacy PS/2 port as well as a bracket for adding Wi-Fi.


On the software side, ASRock includes programs for a variety of applications, including RGB lighting control, overclocking and an App Shop designed to download and update your applications and drivers. ASRock doesn’t have a single program to house all of these applications, so you will have to download them separately. Below we’ve captured several screenshots of the App Shop, Polychrome Sync, A-Tune, and the Nahimic 3 audio program.

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To give you a sense of the Firmware, we’ve gathered screenshots showing a majority of the BIOS screens.

ASRock’s BIOS is one of the more user-friendly and good-looking UEFIs out of the major brands. Using a black background with white writing and sky-blue highlights, it’s easy to read. The Taichi’s gear/clockwork theme also finds its way in here.

At first boot, you’re greeted by Easy Mode, a more information-based page than tweaking, though you can adjust some things (XMP profiles, canned fan settings, etc). Going into the Advanced Mode, we see several headings across the top. The BIOS is deep and includes a lot of functionality, with the most frequently used items easily accessible and not buried within sub-menus.

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Z490 GAMING X (rev. 1.0) Key Features | Motherboard

















USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-A


Internet Connection through Intel® GbE LAN


Advanced Thermal Design with Integrated IO Armor

• 5 W/mK LAIRD Thermal Conductivity Pad


Ultra Durable PCIe Armor


Audio Noise Guard


M. 2 Connector with Thermal Guard


High-End Audio Capacitors


Direct 11+1 Phase Digital VRM Solution with DrMOS


Supports 10th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor


Solid Pin Power Connectors

• 24 pin ATX Power Connector
• 8+4 pin CPU Power Connector


Dual Channel DDR4, 4 DIMMs Ultra Durable Memory Armor


2-Way CrossFire™ Support


M.2 Connector




RGB Pin Header


Support for DDR4 XMP Up to 4600MHz and Beyond*

GIGABYTE is offering a tested and proven platform that ensures proper compatibility with profiles up to 4600MHz and beyond. All users need to do to attain this performance boost is to ensure that their memory module is XMP capable and that the XMP function is activated and enabled on their GIGABYTE motherboard.

Shielded Memory Routing

All memory routing is under the PCB inner layer shielded by a large ground layer to protect from external interference.

2-Way CrossFire™ Multi-Graphics

Multi-graphics configuration offers better graphics performance for gaming enthusiasts who demand the highest frame rates without compromising on resolution.

PCIe 4.0* Hardware Design

For most of prosumers and gamers, high bandwidth storage and high performance graphics card are critical for their applications. To support most cutting edge devices, this motherboard uses the groundbreaking PCIe 4.0 grade hardware design.

* Product uses PCIe 4.0 grade material, actual support varies by hardware configuration.

Dual NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 Connectors

GIGABYTE Motherboards are focused on delivering M.2 technology to enthusiasts who want to maximize their system’s potential.

M.2 Thermal Guard

GIGABYTE Ultra-Efficient M.2 Thermal Guard

With durability in mind, GIGABYTE provides a thermal solution for M.2 SSD devices. The M.2 Thermal Guard prevents throttling and bottlenecks from high speed M.2 SSDs as it helps to dissipate heat before it becomes an issue.

Thermal Throttling As Temperature Rises


Intel® GbE LAN with cFosSpeed Internet Accelerator Networking

Intel® GbE LAN features cFosSpeed, a network traffic management application which helps to improve
network latency and maintain low ping times to deliver better responsiveness in crowded LAN environments.

The Industry’s Leading LAN Static-Electricity & Surge Protection

GIGABYTE motherboards use ICs with up to 3 times the ESD resistance levels compared to traditional ICs. This helps to better protect the motherboard and its components against potential damage caused by static electricity. GIGABYTE motherboards also feature special anti-surge ICs that protect your motherboard, and your PC from any surge in power delivery that may occur, helping to ensure that your PC is equipped to deal with any potentially irregular and inconsistent power delivery.

Native Intel USB 3.2 Gen 2 Controller

Intel’s native USB 3. 2 Gen2 host controller provides USB 3.2 Gen2 ports with speeds up to 10Gbps. Available over the USB Type-A connector, the USB 3.2 Gen2 is much improved with twice the bandwidth compared to its previous generation as well as backwards compatibility with USB2.0 and USB 3.2 Gen1.

Pre-Installed I/O Shield

    With an integrated I/O shield, building an GIGABYTE Ultra Durable PC is even easier.


Smart Fan 5

With Smart Fan 5 users can ensure that their gaming PC can maintain its performance while
cool. Smart Fan 5 allows users to interchange their fan headers to reflect different
sensors at different locations on the motherboard. Not only that, with Smart Fan 5 more
fan headers that support both PWM and Voltage mode fans have been introduced to make the
motherboard more liquid cooling friendly.

Fan / Water Pump Connectors

Internal Temperature Sensors

Different models have different number of fan pin headers and temperature sensors. Smart Fan
5 function may vary by model.

Temperature Sensors

Hybrid Fan Headers

■ 5 Fan / Water Pump Connectors

■ 6 Temperature Sensors

■ All Fan Pin Headers Upgraded to Hybrid Fan Headers

■ Interoperable Fans and Sensors

■ Intuitive UI for Fan Control


Hybrid FAN Header

Smart Fan 5 Software

Achieve fan silence. With Fan Stop, map any fan to stop
when temperatures drop below a specified threshold. Which fan stops, based on
readings from which sensor, and at what temperature—all of it can be customized
your liking.

Intelligent Fan Control Design

Hybrid Fan Pin Headers

Assume complete control over your liquid cooling setup! Smart Fan 5 receives
up-to-the-second information
on flow-rate and water-temperature through the Hybrid Fan Pin Headers—giving
you absolute mastery over your PC.

• All Hybrid Fan Headers can automatically detect the type of cooling device
whether it be fan or
pump with different PWM or Voltage mode.

New Smart Fan 5 Software

Choose from different modes, Quiet to Full Speed, to match your system usage

For each fan or pump, you can use the intuitive fan curve to define trigger
and corresponding
fan speeds.



With Z490 Gaming X Motherboard , RGB Fusion 2.0 is even better with Addressable LEDs.* RGB Fusion 2.0 offers users the option to control onboard RGB and external RGB / Addressable LED light strips for their PC. Already feature filled with colors and patterns, RGB Fusion 2.0 on Z490 Series Motherboards are now upgraded with Addressable LED support. With external Addressable LED strips*, where each LED is digitally addressable, users can experience even more patterns, styles, and illuminations.

* Addressable LEDs are available only on select Motherboards, external LED Strips, Addressable LED Strips are not included with Motherboard purchase.

RGB Fusion 2.0 Software

RGB Fusion APP

With an integrated intuitive user interface, the RGB Fusion 2.0 provides you a
solution for customizing the lighting effects across all supported devices. From
motherboards, graphics cards to the peripheral products, you can personalize your
rig with your own style and show off your build by sharing the profiles. In
the new gaming mode makes the lighting effects interactive with selected games to
you the most immersive gaming experience.

Sync with one click

Individual control as you wish


Don’t just make your PC shine, make it a work of art that friends will envy. With the
mobile app users can watch as they control the lighting within their gaming PC. This
gives users
ease of access as they try and adjust colors and speeds for different modes, all
can be achieved
away from the keyboard and monitor of their PC.


High-End Audio Capacitors

GIGABYTE motherboards use high-end audio capacitors. These high quality capacitors help deliver high resolution and high fidelity audio to provide the most realistic sound effects for gamers.

Audio Noise Guard

GIGABYTE motherboards feature an audio noise guard that essentially separates the board’s sensitive analog audio components from potential noise pollution at the PCB level.


GIGABYTE Patented Double Locking Bracket

Ultra Durable™ PCIe Armor

Industry Leading Ultra Durable™ PCIe Armor

The innovative one piece stainless steel shielding design from GIGABYTE reinforces the PCIe connectors to provide the extra strength required to support heavy graphics cards.

Ultra Durable™ Memory Armor

GIGABYTE exclusive one piece stainless steel shielding design prevents against PCB distortion/twisting and plate bending, in addition to preventing any possible ESD interference.

Solid Pin Power Connectors

Z490 motherboards feature solid plated ATX 24pin & ATX 12V 8pin + 4pin power connectors for offering stable power supply while CPU overloading.

Solid Pin Power connector advantages

  1. Larger contact area for electricity
  2. More metal quantity to sustain higher power and generated heat
  3. Ultra durable and longer lifespan


Sulfur compounds in the air can penetrate tiny onboard resistors creating chemical change and causing
these resistors to open or short. If either of these occurs the motherboard will fail to function.
By equipping resistors with an Anti-Sulfur Design GIGABYTE gives Ultra Durable Motherboards a
whole new meaning.

Q-Flash Plus

Update the BIOS easily without installing the CPU, memory and graphics card.

With GIGABYTE Q-Flash Plus, you don’t need to install the CPU, memory and graphics card
nor enter the BIOS menu to flash
the BIOS. Just download and save a new BIOS file (rename to gigabyte.bin) on the USB
flash drive, then press the
dedicated Q-Flash Plus button and you’re good to go!


GIGABYTE BIOS & Applications





System Information Viewer

Refreshed BIOS

The BIOS is essential for users during initial setup to allow for the most optimal settings. With a new GUI and easier to use functionalities, GIGABYTE has been able to reinvent the BIOS to give users a better experience while setting up their new system.

* Photos are for reference only. Product features may vary by model.


GIGABYTE APP CENTER is an useful portal of all GIGABYTE MB utilities and drivers, you can choose any utility you want to
install from APP CENTER and keep you updated with latest utilities and drivers version.


GIGABYTE’s EasyTune™ is a simple and easy-to-use interface that allows users to fine-tune their system settings or adjust system and memory clocks and voltages in a Windows environment. With Smart Quick Boost, one click is all it takes to automatically overclock your system, giving an added performance boost when you need it the most.


The GIGABYTE @BIOS app allows you to update your system’s BIOS from within Windows using a simple and slick graphical user interface. @BIOS can automatically download the latest version from the GIGABYTE servers or you can update your BIOS from a file on your computer. @BIOS also allows you to save your current BIOS to a file, recover your previous BIOS from an image and backup your BIOS to an image.

System Information Viewer

GIGABYTE System Information Viewer is a central location that gives you access to your current system status. Monitor components such as the clocks and processor, set your preferred fan speed profile, create alerts when temperatures get too high or record your system’s behavior; these are the possibilities of the System Information Viewer.

XSplit Gamecaster + Broadcaster: Cast Your Game
Anytime, Anywhere

Now set up your stage and share the greatest gaming moments with XSplit
Gamecaster +
Broadcaster! Fully optimized social
media integration is ready for real-time chats—keeping you notified yet focused
the game. It takes
just one click to stream your gameplay to Twitch. Host your game like a pro!

* Free 14 days XSplit Gamecaster + Broadcaster Premium License.

4K Ultra HD Support

4K resolution is the next technological milestone in high-definition content delivery, utilizing approximately 4,000 pixels on the horizontal axis, more than four times today’s standard HD pixel density. GIGABYTE motherboards provide native 4K support with integrated Intel® HD Graphics via HDMI.

HDMI™ — The Next Generation Multimedia Interface

HDMI™ is a High-Definition Multimedia Interface which provides up to 5Gb/s video transmitting
bandwidth and 8-channel high quality audio all through a single cable. Able to transmit superior,
uncompressed digital video and audio, HDMI™ ensures the crispest rendering of digital content
up to 1080p without the quality losses associated with analog interfaces and their digital-to-analog
conversion. In addition, HDMI™ is compatible with HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection),
allowing the playback of Blu-ray/HD DVD and other protected media content.

* Product specifications and product appearance may differ from country to country. We recommend that you check with your local dealers for the specifications and appearance of the products available in your country. Colors of products may not be perfectly accurate due to variations caused by photographic variables and monitor settings so it may vary from images shown on this site. Although we endeavor to present the most accurate and comprehensive information at the time of publication, we reserve the right to make changes without prior notice.



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