New NZXT N7 Z490 Motherboards in Black & White

Staff Writer By Staff Writer - October 8th, 2020
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The awesome team at NZXT have two exciting new motherboard options incoming to New Zealand, perfect for those building with the latest Intel 10th gen CPU options.

With the Z490 chipset used these can support the most powerful unlocked options too, so if you're thinking about building one of the fastest gaming PC in the world, with an i9-10900K series for example - these new motherboards are ready to go.

NZXT motherboards are famously clean in their design, and the N7’s white or black covers look like they’ll blend seamlessly within a PC chassis. Additional features to enjoy include built-in Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, an integrated fan controller, and lots of RGB accessory support.


  • Nvidia SLi + AMD CrossFire Ready
  • 1x USB 3.2 Gen2 Internal Header (ready for the latest case options!)
  • AX WiFi 6 with MIMO
  • 4x DDR4 RAM Slots (max 128GB, upto 4133 speeds)
  • 5x System Fan Headers + 1x Pump + 1x CPU Fan

The N7 layout streamlines installation with an integrated rear I/O shield and optimally placed headers for easier setup.

Picture of NZXT Z490 N7 Motherboard

These new NZXT Z490 motherboards have a large range of RGB ports that can be used to make a system look spectacular, these include 2x NZXT RGB LED connectors, as well as 1x 5V Addressable RGB Header and another 1x 12 RGB LED Header too!

Picture of NZXT Z490 N7 motherboard and shield
The coloured shield attaches to the NZXT Z490
Picture of NZXT Z490 motherboard in white
Fully assembled, it's an extremely clean design
Picture of NZXT Gaming PC with Z490 N7
Builds look very tidy, like modern works of art!

Looking for an amazing motherboard, the N7 Z490 delivers a solid, stylish, feature-packed platform on which we can build an incredible gaming PC.

Check out the latest in the NZXT Store today!

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