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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The motherboard has a nice matte-black finish, and you can see and well as feel the excellent overall build quality. There are no diagnostic LEDs or onboard power on/off or reset buttons, but it does come with several large heatsinks located around the processor socket and this helps cool the VRM/Mosfets. There’s also 2 RGB design feature on the right-side of the board (top and bottom) and this is controlled via Asus’s AURA Sync software. For extra RGB confogurations, there’s 1 x 4-pin RGB header and 3 x 3-pin RGB headers.

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ASRock H670 PG Riptide – Hardwareluxx

ASRock would like to bring the H670 PG Riptide to the public for well under 200 euros. The PG stands for Phantom Gaming. Of course, an extensive armada of connection options and additional features cannot be expected here. Instead, the ASRock H670 PG Riptide is suitable for particularly inexpensive builds that want and should be limited to the bare essentials. But the cheap mainboard representatives do not necessarily have to be bad. This is one of the things we want to find out in this test.

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The motherboard equipped with the Intel H670 chipset is the main character of this time, “MAG H670 TOMAHAWK WIFI DDR4” . Although it belongs to the “MAG” series , which is positioned as an entry class in MSI’s gaming motherboard, it is equipped with a robust power supply circuit with a total of 16 phases that adopts highly efficient “Dr.MOS” for the power supply circuit.

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ASUS TUF GAMING H670-PRO WIFI D4 – GreenTech_Reviews

TUF motherboard designs vary from model to model. In our case, this is a black and gray color scheme with rare yellow accents. It is based on a 6-layer black printed circuit board. Unlike the previous model (TUF Gaming H570-Pro), many changes are immediately visible regarding the number of expansion slots, the power subsystem and its cooling system, and, of course, the processor socket itself. The slots for RAM modules remain the same, since the board is only compatible with DDR4 modules.

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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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Intel H670, B660 and H310 Mobo Specs Revealed

The specifications H670, B660 and H610 motherboard specifications have leaked courtesy of @momomo_us. If they turn out to be accurate—and given momomo’s track record, we have no reason to doubt they won’t be—it points towards H670 and B660 series chipsets being highly capable, though we don’t expect too much from cheap H610 boards. Affordable boards to pair with upcoming i3 and i5 CPUs will be very welcome indeed, though.

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