MSI Pro H610M 12VO Debuts ATX12VO

MSI looks set to roll out its first H610 chipset motherboard with support for the ATX12VO power connector standard. The MSI Pro H610M 12VO(opens in new tab) featured briefly in an MSI Insider broadcast in mid-January when mainstream Alder Lake processors were fresh, but only now is it being readied for retail, with its product page providing a features overview, gallery, and full specs. In January, we thought this might become a system integrators only product, but its appearance on the consumer site confounded this notion.

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Intel H610/H670 w/Raptor Lake-S & SO-DIMM DDR5-5200 Support

The company lists Raptor Lake-S CPU support for its PH12ADI Mini-ITX industrial motherboard. The CPU allegedly supports up to 5200 MHz (or MT/s if you prefer) through non-EEC SO-DIMM memory. This speed is above JEDEC’s standard of 4800 MT/s, which may lead us to believe that this is the lowest frequency natively supported for SO-DIMM memory on Raptor Lake.

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H610 Motherboard Roundup – Tom’s Hardware

H610 motherboards are the most affordable onramp to Alder Lake, and Asus’ Prime H610M-A D4 is the best model we’ve tested. It’s a good option for gamers and mainstream productivity users who don’t need all of the connectivity, overclocking, and extra expense of other chipsets. Just know that, while flagship i9 CPUs are supported, you’re better off with an i5.

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ASUS PRIME H610M-D D4 – Overclockers Russia

Maybe it is at such a time that budget models look the most relevant because you have to buy some devices to replace the old ones. Something can be repaired, but there are really difficult situations where repairs become unprofitable. However, on the other hand, the new Intel platform still needs a processor… Nevertheless, I continue to study budget models of ASUS motherboards, and today ASUS Prime H610M-D D4 is next in line.

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ASUS PRIME H610M-K D4 – Overclockers Russia

In this generation of motherboards, the very design of the packaging has changed. There is no longer a dark gloomy background, but a calm gray color. This shows the board itself. The image occupies the entire left half, and on the right is the manufacturer’s logo and model name. Everything is in large white characters, and along the bottom edge there is, perhaps, a record number of different icons

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ASUS PRIME H610M-A WIFI D4 – Overclockers Russia

In fact, I expected it to be worse, but it turned out to be not so bad and in general the functionality is acceptable. Why did I choose ASUS? Oddly enough, there was no choice. First of all, almost the entire range of motherboards from this company based on the Intel H610 chipset appeared on the market. And the most affordable offer was ASUS Prime H610M-K D4. I was lucky to find a board a little more expensive, but really a step up.

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BIOSTAR H610MH – Vmodtech

Even though it is a small chipset H610, BIOSTAR H610MH motherboards provide a full range of features to use in a small, cost-effective motherboard, such as Super Hyper PWM , Super Durable Solid Caps , PCIe. 4.0 , PCIe M.2 32Gb/s , Intel GbE LAN , Debug LED , Smart Update , BullGuard Internet Security (90 days FREE trial) , UEFI BIOS , AI FAN , Debug LED , HD Audio , can be assumed to be used.

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ASUS PRIME H610M-D D4 – GreenTech_Reviews

ASUS Prime H610M-D D4 comes in a box with an updated Prime design, which is also relevant for some other motherboards based on the Intel Z690 chipset. The manufacturer changed the design from the black and blue color scheme to gray. The name of the board, its image, as well as a set of logos of the technologies used are placed on the front side of the box.

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Intel H670, B660 and H610 Motherboards Leak

Popular Twitter hardware leaker @momomo_us, has just shared an image of over 50 new motherboard models based on Intel’s H670, B660, and H610 chipsets. The board’s models come from Asus, Gigabyte, ASRock, MSI, and Biostar and come in all standard form factors.

Asus appears to have 22 motherboards on the list, consisting of 15 B660 boards, four H610M models, and just three H670 boards. There will be 4 B660 ROG Strix models in the mix, including a -I, -A, -G, and -F. The -A model will have DDR4 support. The -I should be one of Asus’ only mini-itx B660 boards on the market for now.

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