The Tech Report published an overview of Intel's new entry level boards and chips which were introduced to compete with AMD's Ryzen 3 2200G and Ryzen 5 2400G. Along with the look at the new silicon comes a review of a new Gigabyte board which is wee bit different from the one Morry reviewed. Even with the small stature of the H370N WiFi, Gigabyte still included a pair of M.2 ports, two HDMI ports of which one is HDMI 2.0, DP 1.2, four USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A and a single Type-C. If you are looking to build a fully functional and yet affordable SFF system you should check this out.
"Intel's H370, B360, and H310 chipsets promise to power the kinds of affordable boards that have been sorely missed alongside locked Coffee Lake CPUs. We explore what kinds of load-outs builders can expect from this new silicon and check out Gigabyte's H370N Wifi to see how motherboard makers might implement H370's fresh features."
Here are some more Motherboard articles from around the web:
- Intel B360 vs. Z370 Chipset: Finally an 8th-Gen Budget Platform @ TechSpot
- Gigabyte Aorus H370 Gaming 3 WIFI @ Guru3D
- Gigabyte Aorus B360 Gaming 3 WIFI @ Guru3D
- MSI B360 Gaming Pro Carbon @ Guru3D
- ASUS ROG STRIX H370-F Gaming @ Guru of 3D
- EVGA X299 Dark Motherboard Review @ Hardware Asylum
- Gigabyte MZ31-AR0: EPYC Motherboard With Dual 10Gb/s LAN, 16 SATA Ports, Seven PCI-E Slots @ Phoronix