ASRock H310M-G/M.2

ASRock’s Micro-ATX H310M-G/M.2 motherboard doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, although few motherboard model names do. But this roughly $120 (£71) board is a well-rounded –though not perfect– solution for Intel-based builders who don’t plan on overclocking and are looking to save some money over a Z390 alternative.

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MSI X470 GAMING M7 AC

The black and silver cooling plate that covers the southbridge extends over the two M.2 slots, providing cooling and protection for your SSDs. The first of these uses the CPU’s PCIe 3.0 x4 connection, while the second is routed through the motherboard chipset, and is actually a PCIe 2.0 x4 connection.

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ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 7

Today, I will be taking a look a the latest arrival in ASRock’s Phantom Gaming motherboard portfolio, the Z390 Phantom Gaming 7. The Phantom Gaming lineup was first introduced when ASRock launched their AMD based Radeon RX 500 series graphics cards but this gaming oriented lineup will now be replacing their iconic FATAL1TY brand. 

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ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 7

Firstly, while it supports the addition of an M.2 WiFi adapter, it does not ship with one installed. Secondly, the ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 7 takes the modern Phantom Gaming style to a new level with an updated aesthetic that includes such luxuries as better RGB illumination and an integrated rear I/O shield. 

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ASUS ROG ZENITH EXTREME ALPHA

As a refresh to their HEDT product lineup, the ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme Alpha became ASUS’s flagship X399 series motherboard. The motherboard has a lot in common with ASUS’s ROG Zenith Extreme, the most high-end X399 motherboard for the Ryzen Threadripper lineup at the time of launch but the Alpha takes the design methodology of the original a notch ahead.

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MSI H310M GAMING PLUS

The H310M Gaming Plus supports the latest 8th and 9th gen Intel Core, Pentium Gold, and Celeron processors with DDR4 memory support up to 32GB with speeds up to 2666 MHz (the speed limitation here is baked into the chipset). The Micro-ATX board includes a single M.2 slot and the full chipset complement of four SATA ports, along with an Intel-based Gigabit NIC rounding out some of the basic features.

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ASRock Z390 Steel Legend

In this review, we peek at a more mainstream Z390 motherboard from ASRock, meet the Z390 Steel Legend. Ready for 8th or 9th Gen processors this board is about performance, aesthetics, and features. The board looks great, a PCH cover. and black and grey style with some gear imagery really looks nice.

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ASRock Z390 Steel Legend

The Steel Legend series is similar to what ASUS is doing with TUF. ASRock has opted for extensive cooling of the motherboard with associated controllable LED lighting. The top pcie x16 slot is additionally protected with a steel bar. The motherboard comes with more expensive Nichicon 12K Black capacitors that in theory should last longer.

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MSI X470 GAMING PRO

The MSI X470 GAMING Pro is part of MSI’s performance gaming line which is underneath “Enthusiast” and above its “Arsenal” gaming line. Like I said, this doesn’t really make much sense without looking into the hierarchy of MSI’s product stack via its website. 

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