Wednesday, April 17th 2019

Colorful Announces CVN-Z390M Gaming V20 Micro-ATX Motherboard

Colorful Technology Company Limited, professional manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards, and high-performance storage solutions is proud to announce its latest motherboard featuring Intel Z390 chipset which supports unlocked 8-core 9th-gen as well 8th-gen processors from Intel. The new COLORFUL CVN Z390M GAMING V20 is aimed at enthusiasts, system builders, and gamers looking for a serious foundation for an mATX build. This motherboard allows mainstream to high-end builds without breaking the bank while still delivering a performance and features for a wide range of use.

The new COLORFUL CVN Z390M GAMING V20 will feature support for both 8th-gen and 9th-gen Intel processors in the LGA1151 package. This allows users to upgrade from Intel's 8th-generation processor to the 9th-gen CPU that increases core count to give you a performance upgrade. The motherboard also supports DDR4 memory higher bandwidth so applications can run as fast as possible. The motherboard also supports overclocking on unlocked processors for increased performance.
The motherboard supports modern standard in storage expansion supporting a variety of interface and connectivity for your various storage needs. The CVN Z390M GAMING V20 supports the up to 5 SATAIII while expanding on those with M.2 that support both PCIe and Intel Optane memory for high-speed storage.

The CVN Class Look for Modern, Robust Hardware
CVN Class comes from the Carrier Vessel Nuclear. These series of products strive to give customers a powerful platform where they can expect performance and well as quality. COLORFUL aims to meet the challenge of bearing the weight of the name.

The new streamline look of the COLORFUL CVN Z390M GAMING V20 also allows it to be a foundation for a gaming build while maintaining a serious, streamline look for serious builds. Featuring steel reinforced PCIE bracket, these give the motherboard a premium feel as well as refined look. The entire motherboard features a contrasting color scheme and the motherboard is adorned with prints that greatly accentuate the trim of the motherboard.
For more information, visit the product page.
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8 Comments on Colorful Announces CVN-Z390M Gaming V20 Micro-ATX Motherboard

#1
kastriot
Doesn't look so colorful.. ;)
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Toothless
Tech, Games, and TPU!
They should really stop using CVN for their naming. It really downplays the US Navy and their ships.
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#3
Ferrum Master
Toothless
They should really stop using CVN for their naming. It really downplays the US Navy and their ships.
That would be fine...

To me sounds like - The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) number...
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btarunr
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Toothless
They should really stop using CVN for their naming. It really downplays the US Navy and their ships.
This is a mainland Chinese brand. "CVN 79" is their bogeyman. They probably got the idea from PowerColor's "Devil 13."
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#5
Toothless
Tech, Games, and TPU!
btarunr
This is a mainland Chinese brand. "CVN 79" is their bogeyman. They probably got the idea from PowerColor's "Devil 13."
I'd be scared of the John F. Kennedy too.
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#6
Caring1
Toothless
They should really stop using CVN for their naming. It really downplays the US Navy and their ships.
As a non-American, how does CVN relate to the U.S. navy?
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#7
Xzibit
Caring1
As a non-American, how does CVN relate to the U.S. navy?
CVN is ther ship's "hull classification symbol" while 76 is the hull number. "C" means aircraft carrier, "V" indicates fixed wing (vice rotating wings as on helicopters), and "N" stands for nuclear powered. So CVN means (in Navy-speak) "aircraft carrier, fixed wing, nuclear powered".
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#8
Tsukiyomi91
they should ditch the DVI port & replace it with mDP or full sized DP or both. it's nearly Q2 2019 for pete's sake...
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