At an MSRP of £109, the board is going up against Gigabyte’s AB350N-Gaming WiFi, and the latter is certainly a little more attractive with a less obvious brown PCB and some red details compared to the slightly generic black theme going on with the MSI board.

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But compared to boards supporting AMD’s massive Ryzen Threadripper CPUs, they are a bargain. MSI’s X399 Gaming Pro Carbon AC, for example, sells for more than $380. The MSI Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon AC we’re checking out today can readily be found for $10 or $20 below what seems to be a $209.99 list price.

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ASRock X299 Taichi XE

Recently we had tested on the X299 Taichi High-End motherboard from ASRock and today we want to see the latest ASRock X299 Taichi XE in comparison. Because in the meantime ASRock has added a new XE version for different ASRock motherboards. We will see if ASRock again has improved their powerful Intel LGA 2066 motherboard.

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The Z370 HD3P supports all 8th generation Intel CPUs, and it carries many features that are targeting power users who might not only want a gaming-centric motherboard. The Z370 HD3P is an affordable motherboard that looks to hit the nail on many heads, so let’s take a look at what it has to offer.

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ASRock X399M Taichi

Overclocking features are still maintained, and overall quality doesn’t seem to have taken a hit. Many vendors have opted not to venture into the niche market of small form factor motherboards, but ASRock goes head first into these markets as we have seen with ASRock’s Intel HEDT motherboards, so let’s see what they have for AMD’s HEDT platform.

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Despite the diminutive form factor ASUS Have managed to squeeze and awful lot on the Strix ITX PCB. From the features we’ve come to expect such as the SupremeFX audio, AC WiFi and GameFirst LAN, there are a few that we’re pleased to see have made the journey from their ATX motherboards, including dual M.2 ports, dedicated water pump headers and even a USB 3.1 front panel connector.

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Today we take a look at one of GIGABYTE’s much more affordable Gaming series motherboards, the Z370 Aorus Gaming 3. The new motherboard looks to offer support for Intel’s latest processors and also offers up all native platform features but cuts out some extras to keep prices in the affordable range. Let’s take a look.

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The K3 version of the motherboard has not yet hit the US market, but it could down the line as a much more affordable Z370 motherboard. The market for affordable Z370 motherboards is huge since the B and H series motherboards are not currently available, so if you guys a non-K 8th CPU you still need a Z370 motherboard to run it.

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EVGA Z370 Micro

Thanks to EVGA, we’ll be taking a quick look at their Z370 Micro ATX Motherboard. A few months ago, we reviewed their X299 Micro motherboard, which proved to be a great all-rounder and a solid performer. The EVGA Z370 Micro should be no different. The EVGA Z370 Micro is one of the first Z370 motherboards on the market that comes in a micro ATX form factor, and is suitable for all Intel 8th genCore processors (Coffee Lake). 

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