ASRock Fatal1ty H370 Performance

I responded carefully, immediately aware of what this board should offer. Here, we have a chipset that restricts performance-tuning options like overclocking and memory speeds above 2666 MHz, so this ASRock Fatal1ty H370 Performance board is clearly for those more interested in the non-K Intel CPU SKUs, which aren’t exactly what we enthusiasts would consider “performance-oriented”.

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GIGABYTE H370N WIFI

Under observation we have the GIGABYTE H370N WiFi – a Mini-ITX motherboard offering WiFi functionality via 802.11ac. This could be the ideal foundation for building a mini-powerhouse without having to spend the extra cash that Intel Z370 demands.

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ASRock H370M Pro4

Sure there’s the 10-phase voltage regulator, the dual M.2 storage interfaces, and an I/O panel with all the same connectors in all the same places. And heck, even the Intel i219V Gigabit PHY and older Realtek ALC892 codec are there from the Z370M model, but finer details reveal that this mobo is based on a completely different circuit board.

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ASRock Fatal1ty H370 Performance

Today, we will be taking a look at the ASRock Fatal1ty H370 Performance Motherboard. It utilizes the Intel H370 chipset, which is designed with performance in mind, for both mainstream users and gamers alike. It features a 10 Power Phase Design and supports DDR4 2666, Intel Optane memory, AMD Quad CrossFireX, Dual M.2, Intel Gigabit LAN, ASRock Polychrome RGB, as well as Creative Sound Blaster™ Cinema 5 audio.

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ASRock Fatal1ty H370 Performance

Today we test on OCinside.de another Intel motherboard with H370 chipset, the ASRock H370 Performance. As already introduced in the ASRock Polychrome RGB Video, this gaming motherboard now supports addressable LED lighting. Of course we have the focus on practical suitability of this new Intel LGA1151 motherboard from ASRock and show some thermal images which are very helpful especially on extremely hot summer days.

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ASRock H370 Pro4

Of course you will see also interesting thermal images and a 360 degree view as well as several benchmarks. Let’s take a look at where the strengths and weaknesses of the inexpensive ASRock H370 Pro4 motherboard may be. And although we are still running an ASRock X299M Extreme4 Intel LGA2066 competition, this ASRock H370 Pro4 Intel LGA1151 motherboard will also be in the draw.

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GIGABYTE H370N WIFI

The short list of uncommon features Gigabyte adds to this board includes a DisplayPort-to-HDMI 2.0 adapter for one of the three display outputs, a pair of Intel Gigabit Ethernet ports, and Intel’s latest CNVi-based 1.73Gb/s Wi-Fi module. Gigabyte also adds a second NVMe-compatible M.2 storage slot, the omission of which we decried on the competing ASRock H370M-ITX/ac. 

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GIGABYTE H370N WIFI

With that in mind, we have had an opportunity to look at the GIGABYTE H370N WIFI Mini-ITX motherboard. The SFF board gives users nearly all the connectivity wanted in a 6.7″ x 6.7″ package. The H370N includes dual M.2 slots for high-speed storage, four SATA ports for HDDs/SSDs, an 802.11ac Wave2 Wi-Fi module with 1.73 Gbps bandwidth, and a USB Type-C port on the back panel.

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