Test report ASRock Z790 Taichi motherboard

Now seems like the perfect time to build a new PC. We’ve got new processors from both Intel and AMD and new graphics cards from the usual suspects. Plus, there really isn’t a shortage of parts either, so you can easily build or upgrade your system without worrying about whether your local PC store or online store has the part you’re looking for. With Intel introducing their 13th generation Raptor Lake processors, we have the brand new Z790 chipset. Today we’re going to take a look at ASRock’s flagship Z790 motherboard, the Z790 Taichi! This board features a 24+1+2 power phase design, PCI-Express 5.0 support for both graphics and storage, USB 3.2 gen 2×2 support, WiFi 6E, and of course that cool Taichi design we know from ASRock! Is this the board you need for your new Rocket Lake system? Read on as we find out!

Special thanks to ASRock for providing the Z790 Taichi motherboard for testing.


The Z790 Taichi comes in ASRock’s typical motherboard packaging. The front simply says “Z790 Taichi” and the back details some of the main features.

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The front of the box actually opens up so you can get a good look at the board itself. As for the accessories, you get four SATA cables, a USB bracket, WiFi antenna, two Velcro straps, an ASRock keycap, M.2 screws, an ASRock postcard and the user manual.

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