Asus is showing off the Asus Hyper M.2 X16 GEN 4 Card at CES 2020. It comes in the form of a long, single-slot add-in-card. The card relies on a sleek brushed aluminum slab that covers its entire casing for cooling. A small blower-style fan inside the slab helps out, too, but it can be disabled for people who need total silence.
Naturally, to get the best performance out of the unit you’ll have to install it in an AMD X570 or TRX40 system, because Intel does not have a solution with PCI-Express 4.0 support yet.
There’s no word about the release of the card or how much it will cost.