ASRock Fatal1ty X370 Gaming-ITX/ac

The AMD AM4 ITX motherboard has been tested and overclocked with an AMD Ryzen 5 1600 and an AMD Ryzen 7 1800X CPU. The ITX motherboard results and the features almost match the large ATX AM4 motherboards. How high the ASRock X370 Gaming-ITX motherboard could be overclocked and what great features it has to offer on the smallest space we show in the following review.

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Of course, layout is key for such a small PCB. You may think that Gigabyte would take the existing Z270N WiFi, upgrade the circuity to meet 8th Generation Core standards, and be done with it. That’s not the case because the board has had a solid redesign. 

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The Asus Republic of Gamers STRIX Z370-I Gaming is the first mini-ITX motherboard that to arrive with Intel’s new Z370 chipset and revised LGA 1151 socket – which means it’s the first small board we’ve seen to support Coffee Lake processors. This new mini-ITX board tries to cram in as many features as possible onto its 17cm-square black PCB: there are two M.2 sockets, loads of USB 3.1 ports, improved memory speed support and the ubiquitous RGB LEDs.

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ASRock Fatal1ty Z370 Gaming-ITX/ac

Today we take a look at ASRock’s Mini-ITX Z370 motherboard designed for enthusiasts and gamers. It carries the Fatal1ty name, which means it is designed for gaming, but it also carries high-end hardware designed for overclocking as well. It is one of few Z370 motherboards with Intersil’s Smart Power Stages, and it even has Thunderbolt 3, making it extremely unique. The motherboard is also all black, which is something many builders like since it will match pretty much any build

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ASRock X299E-ITX/ac

ASRock’s X99 Mini-ITX was one of a kind, and with the advent of Intel’s X299 chipset, ASRock once again breaks the monotony of full-sized ATX motherboards and shrinks the HEDT X299 platform for small form factor (SFFPC) builds. The X299E-ITX/ac has many advantages over its predecessor.

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The wait is over, though, and while Gigabyte (as well as Biostar and ASRock for that matter) beat Asus to the finish line with its B350-based AB350N-Gaming WiFi, the ROG Strix X370-I Gaming is far more enthusiast orientated with better cooling albeit a similar six-phase power delivery.

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We’ve seen the launch of three ranges of mainstream Ryzen CPUs as well as the high-end desktop Threadripper ones , but while you could build a micro-ATX Ryzen system a while ago, it’s only been recently that the likes of Biostar, ASRock, and Gigabyte have taken up the mini-ITX mantle; MSI and Asus are still absent.

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The box for the AB350N Gaming Wifi is of course much smaller than the full ATX boards but it did does stick with the normal Gigabyte Gaming look. It has a black background and red trim and lettering with Gigabyte Gaming across the front in RGB. There are a few badges that show the boards features and the Ryzen logo as well.

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BIOSTAR offers just two fan headers, which is a reasonable amount for a mini-ITX motherboard. Most mini-ITX motherboards only feature two fan headers. BIOSTAR’s fan headers are 4-pin PWM-only headers that won’t control voltage (3-pin) fans, instead voltage mode fans will run full speed. PWM fans can be controlled through the UEFI or Windows.

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