ASRock B660 Steel Legend – CowcotLand

ASRock B6Now that we’ve tested several motherboards based on the Z690 chipset, let’s tackle the B660 chipset. A chipset which will have fewer features than the Z690 but which will satisfy the vast majority of users. And above all, for a more affordable price. And the first B660 in this test series is the ASRock B660 Steel Legend. A board with white heatsinks on a PCB with a military print. A pretty card that will appeal to those who want to set up a white setup. The B660 Steel Legend is designed to work with DDR4 memory, which should reduce the bill.

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ASRock B660 Steel Legend – Tom’s Hardware

At $159.99, the B660 Steel Legend is priced right and comes with a feature set comparable to the competition, including multiple M.2 sockets, a USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 port, and some bright RGB lighting. Performance was off in some heavily multi-threaded tests due to thermal throttling, but a simple voltage adjustment should mitigate this concern, as would running a lesser processor.

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ASRock B660 Steel Legend – FunkyKit

Today, we will taking a look at the ASRock B660 Steel Legend Motherboard. This motherboard uses Intel’s B660 chipset and is suitable all of Intel’s latest 12th Gen Alder Lake processors on the LGA1700 socket. It supports DDR4 ram with memory speeds of up to DDR4-5000 (OC), and comes with 1 x PCIE 5.0 x16 steel slot, 1 x PCIe 4.0 x16, and 2 x PCIe 3.0 x1 slots.

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ASRock B660 Steel Legend – PC Gamer

That puts it in the mid-range of B660 pricing and, at that kind of price, it’s important not to expect too much. Though if you think about it, you can add an i5 and 32GB of DDR4-3200, with your choice of GPU, and it should easily be able to sit at the heart of an eminently affordable gaming system. But the big question is: Do you have to give up a lot of important features compared to more expensive motherboards?

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