The N7 Z790 supports Intel's latest CPUs and has everything needed to build a modern system. The full black or white cover blends seamlessly within your build and includes optimally placed headers and built-in fan & lighting controls via NZXT CAM.
The Latest and Greatest
The N7 Z790 allows for a great look without sacrificing the build experience with an integrated rear I/O and optimally placed headers.
Build your dream system with a full metal cover that blends aesthetically with black or white cases for a seamless backdrop for your prized components.
The N7 Z790 includes key features from the NZXT RGB and Fan Controller, allowing intuitive control of six RGB lighting channels and seven fan channels through NZXT CAM. Lighting accessories from all manufacturers are supported as well as 5V ARGB.
- 16+1+2 DrMOS Power Phase Design with 2oz Copper PCB
- Full cover in black or white with integrated heat spreader for the top-most M.2 slot
- Digital RGB lighting control through CAM for numerous preset and custom modes
- Convenient fan profiles within NZXT CAM for seven independent fan channels
- Integrated rear I/O shield and efficient layout for optimal setup
- Compatible with Intel® 13th and 12th Generation Core™ i9, Core™ i7, Core™ i5 processors
- Designed with Intel® Z790 Express Chipset with Wi-Fi 6E wireless connectivity and Bluetooth V5.2
- Three M.2 connectors for storage devices
- Supports memory overclocking speeds of up to 6000 MHz and Intel® XMP 3.0
- 8-channel high-definition audio
Inside the Box
N7 Z790 Motherboard1
SATA cables (2 x 90°, 2 x 180°)4
CPU & Socket
Intel® Socket LGA 1700 for Intel® 13th and 12th Generation Processors:Intel® Core™ Processors. Please refer to CPU support list.
Intel® Hybrid Technology:Supported
Turbo Boost Max 3.0 Technology:Supported
Intel® Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB):Supported
Intel® Adaptive Boost Technology (ABT):Supported
DIMM Slots:4, DDR5 only
Max Memory Support:128GB, DDR5
OC Frequency:6000+(O.C.). Please refer to memory QVL.
Intel® Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) 3.0:Supported
PCIe 5.0 ×16 slot (PCIEX16_1), supports ×16 mode:1 (Supports NVMe SSD as boot disks)
PCIe 4.0 ×16 slots (PCIEX16_2 and PCIEX16_3), support ×4 mode:2 (Supports NVMe SSD as boot disks)
PCIe 3.0 ×1 slots (PCIEX1_1 and PCIEX1_2)*:2 (Supports NVMe SSD as boot disks)
M.2 Socket (Key E), supports Type 2230 Wi-Fi/BT PCIe Wi-Fi module and Intel® CNVio/CNVio2:1
M.2_1, Type 2242/2260/2280 (PCIe 4.0 ×4 mode):1
M.2_2, Type 2242/2260/2280/22110 (PCIe 4.0 ×4 mode):1
M.2_3, Type 2242/2260/2280 (PCIe 4.0 ×4 and SATA 6Gb/s mode):1
SATA 6Gb/s ports:4
Intel® Volume Management Device (VMD):Supported
NVMe SSD as boot disks:Supported
Realtek®:RTL8125BG 2.5G LAN
Dual Band Wi-Fi 6E:Supported
Wireless antenna SMA connectors:2
USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 Type-C port:1
USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports:2
USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports:3
Clear CMOS button:1
LAN (RJ45) port:1
Optical S/PDIF Out port:1
24-pin ATX power connector:1
8+4-pin ATX 12V power connector:1
4-pin CPU_FAN connector:1
4-pin AIO_PUMP connector:1
4-pin SYS_FAN connectors:5
NZXT RGB LED connectors:4
5V ARGB LED connector:2
USB 2.0 header (Up to 4 USB 2.0 ports):2
USB 3.2 Gen1 header (Up to 2 USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports):1
USB 3.2 Gen2x2 front panel header (For USB Type-C):1
Front panel audio connector:1
Operating System:Windows® 11/10 64-bit
Model Number:N7-Z79XT-W1 (White) / N7-Z79XT-B1 (Black)
UPC:810074843003 (White) / 810074843010 (Black)
EAN:5056547202945 (White) / 5056547202952 (Black)
- Will the i9 13900k be compatible with this board?
Yes, the N7 Z790 Motherboard is compatible with
- Intel® 13th Generation Core™ i9, Core™ i7, Core™ i5 processors
- Intel® 12th Generation Core™ i9, Core™ i7, Core™ i5 processors
- How many nvme slots does the N7 Z790 have?
The NZXT N7 Z790 motherboard includes the following NVME slots:
- PCIe 5.0 ×16 slot (PCIEX16_1), supports ×16 mode:1 (Supports NVMe SSD as boot disks)
- PCIe 4.0 ×16 slots (PCIEX16_2 and PCIEX16_3), support ×4 mode:2 (Supports NVMe SSD as boot disks)
- PCIe 3.0 ×1 slots (PCIEX1_1 and PCIEX1_2)*:2 (Supports NVMe SSD as boot disks)
- M.2 Socket (Key E), supports Type 2230 Wi-Fi/BT PCIe Wi-Fi module and Intel® CNVio/CNVio2:1
- What is a motherboard and why is it important?
A motherboard is the backbone of your computer, providing the connections and pathways for all your other hardware components. It's kind of like the central nervous system of your PC, except it doesn't have the ability to feel pain (unfortunately). Without a motherboard, your computer would be a bunch of expensive parts sitting on a desk, doing nothing. So, you know, it's pretty important.
- What should I look for when choosing a motherboard?
There are a few key things to consider when choosing a motherboard. First, you need to make sure it's compatible with your CPU. Otherwise, you'll be stuck with a really expensive paperweight. You'll also want to consider the number and type of expansion slots, as well as the number of USB ports and other connectivity options. And of course, don't forget about the all-important RGB lighting. You want your motherboard to look as flashy as possible, right?
- Are all motherboards the same size?
Nope! Motherboards come in a variety of sizes, also known as form factors. The most common form factors are ATX and Micro-ATX, but there are also smaller ones like Mini-ITX and even larger ones like Extended-ATX. You'll need to choose a motherboard that fits in your computer case, so make sure to measure your case and check the motherboard's dimensions before making a purchase.
- Can I overclock my CPU with any motherboard?
Well, technically you can, but you probably shouldn't. Overclocking is a delicate art that requires a lot of knowledge and experience to do safely. And even then, there's no guarantee that it will work. So unless you're a seasoned overclocking pro, you're probably better off leaving it to the professionals (or just leaving it alone altogether).
- Is it worth getting a high-end motherboard?
That depends on how much money you have burning a hole in your pocket. High-end motherboards often come with design consideration, extra features and more robust components, but they also come with a higher price tag. If you're a hardcore PC enthusiast then yes, go for it. But if you're on a budget, you can still get a perfectly capable motherboard without breaking the bank.
- Can I upgrade my motherboard?
In theory, yes, you can upgrade your motherboard. But in practice, it's not always a good idea. Upgrading your motherboard means replacing the entire backbone of your computer, which can be a complex and expensive process. Unless you're an experienced PC builder and you have a really good reason for upgrading your motherboard, you're probably better off reaching out to a friend (like our PC Building Experts!) for help, sticking with what you have or upgrading your PC.