N7 B650E

AMD Motherboard with Wi-Fi and NZXT CAM Features

$319.99

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Leverage the full value of your AMD Ryzen 7000 series CPU with the AMD B650 chipset. The N7 B650E features upgraded compatibility as well as N7 favorites, such as digital RGB and fan control, Wi-Fi 6e, and more.

Maximum Control:
Easily customize lighting and cooling modes via NZXT CAM, with access to six RGB lighting channels. Configure lights and fans from any manufacturer.
Finishing Touch:
A white or black metal cover conceals the inner workings, blending seamlessly with your case. The heat fins have been expanded to cool the PCIe Gen 5 enabled NVMe drive slot.
Ready To Rock:
Integrated Wi-Fi 6E, rear I/O shield, and clever port placement makes the build process easy—plenty of room on board for upgrades down the line.
Stunning Craftsmanship:
Build your dream system with a full metal cover that blends aesthetically with black or white cases for a seamless backdrop for your components.
CPU and Socket:
Supports AMD Ryzen 7000 Series Processors.

  • 16+2+1 Power phase design with 90A Smart Power Stage
  • Seamless cover with integrated heat spreader
  • Digital RGB lighting control through CAM
  • Digital fan control for convenient fan profiles with seven independent fan channels

Inside the Box

  • N7 B650E Motherboard1

  • SATA cables (2 x 90°, 2 x 180°)4

  • M.2 screws2

  • Wireless antenna2

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Tech Specs

CPU

  • AMD Socket AM5 Ryzen™ 7000 Series Processors:Supported

Chipset

  • AMD:B650E

Memory

  • DIMM Slots:4, DDR5 only

  • Max Memory Support:128GB

  • Memory Architecture:Dual-Channel

  • OC Frequency:DDR5 Non-ECC, Un-buffered Memory up to 6000+ (OC). Please refer to Memory QVL on NZXT’s website (www.nzxt.com) for more information.

  • Extreme Memory Profile (XMP):Supported

  • EXTended Profiles for Overclocking (EXPO):Supported

Expansion 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 ×2 mode:2 (Supports NVMe SSD as boot disks)

  • M.2 Socket (Key E), supports Type 2230 Wi-Fi/BT PCIe Wi-Fi module:1

Integrated Graphics

  • Integrated AMD RDNA™ 2 graphics:Supported

  • HDMI 2.1 TMD Compatible:1

  • HDR:Supported

  • HDCP 2.3:max. resolution up to 4K 60Hz

Storage

  • M.2_1, Type 2242/2260/2280 (PCIe 5.0 ×4 mode):1

  • M.2_2, Type 2242/2260/2280 (PCIe 4.0 ×4 mode):1

  • M.2_3, Type 2242/2260/2280 (PCIe 4.0 ×2 mode):1

  • SATA 6Gb/s ports:4

  • RAID 0/1/10 for SATA storage devices:Supported

  • RAID 0/1/10 for M.2 NVMe storage devices:Supported

  • NVMe SSD as boot disks:Supported

LAN

  • Realtek®:RTL8125BG 2.5G LAN

Wireless

  • 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6E Module:Supported

  • Bluetooth:V5.2

Audio

  • Realtek®:ALC1220 Codec

Rear I/O

  • Wireless antenna SMA connectors:2

  • HDMI™ port:1

  • USB 2.0:2

  • USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port:1

  • USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports:2

  • USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports:4

  • Clear CMOS button:1

  • BIOS Flashback button:1

  • LAN (RJ45) port:1

  • Audio jacks:5

  • Optical S/PDIF Out port:1

Internal I/O

  • 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 6 USB 2.0 ports):3

  • USB 3.2 Gen1 header (Up to 4 USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports):2

  • USB 3.2 Gen2x2 front panel header (For USB Type-C):1

  • Front panel audio connector:1

  • Power button:1

  • Reset button:1

  • POST LEDs:4

General

  • System Requirements:NZXT CAM software requires Microsoft Windows® 11/10 operating system.

  • Form Factor:ATX

  • Warranty:3 years

  • Certifications:FCC, CE, WHQL, ErP/EuP Ready

  • Model Number:N7-B65XT-W1 (White) / N7-B65XT-B1 (Black)

  • UPC:810074842877 (White) / 810074842884 (Black)

  • EAN:5056547202815 (White) / 5056547202822 (Black)

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.

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?

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.

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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.

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