MSI B360M MORTAR TITANIUM

On the plus side, even though the MSI B360M Mortar Titanium we’re looking at today is a ¬£100 board, we get full-fat USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A and Type-C ports powered by the B360 chipset itself. The downsides¬†mainly focus on the number of general purpose PCIe 3.0 lanes, which fall from 24 with Z370 to 20 with B360, while the maximum number of high speed I/O lanes falls from 30 to 24.

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