Thursday, March 15th 2018

Sneak Peek of Upcoming H370, H310, and B360 Motherboards from ASUS, ASRock, Gigabyte, MSI

Coffee Lake processors were launched along side the high-end Z370 motherboards. While the Z370 chipset certainly brings many innovative features to the table, different consumers have different levels of needs. Some consumers simply don't need all the bells and whistles that the Z370 chipset has to offer. That's why other mainstream chipsets like H370, H310, and B360 still hold their value, and many consumers are waiting for motherboards based on one of the aformentioned chipsets to come out. Unfortunately, Intel still haven't shared a concrete launch date with the public. But as online stores have started to list the new H370, H310, and B360 motherboards, our guess is that they will be available real soon. Since some of you are probably planning your next budget PC build with one of these chipsets, we've rounded up the images of the different models that are currently floating around the internet. You can get a sneak peek at the offerings from major manufacturers like ASRock, Gigabyte, and MSI. There are 29 models in total that range from the mini-ATX form factor to the conventional ATX form factor.

ASUS
  • ASUS STRIX H370-F GAMING
  • ASUS TUF H370-PRO GAMING (WiFi)
  • ASUS PRIME H370-PLUS
  • ASUS PRIME H370-A
  • ASUS PRIME B360M-K
  • ASUS STRIX B360-G GAMING
  • ASUS TUF B360-PLUS GAMING
  • ASUS TUF B360M-E GAMING
  • ASUS PRIME H310-PLUS
  • ASUS PRIME H310M-A
  • ASUS PRIME H310M-D
  • ASUS PRIME H310M-E
  • ASUS PRIME H310M-K
  • ASUS TUF H310 PLUS GAMING
  • ASUS TUF H310M PLUS GAMING
  • ASUS STRIX H370-I
  • ASUS STRIX XB360-I
ASRock
  • ASRock B360 Pro4
  • ASRock B360M-HDV
  • ASRock B360M-ITX/ac
  • ASRock H370 Pro4
  • ASRock H370M-ITX/ac
  • ASRock H310M-ITX/ac
  • ASRock H310M-HDVP
  • ASRock H310M-HDV
  • ASRock H310M-G/M.2
  • ASRock H310M-DGS
Gigabyte
  • GIGABYTE H370 HD3
  • GIGABYTE H370M D3H
  • GIGABYTE H370M DS3H
  • GIGABYTE H370N WIFI
  • GIGABYTE H310M S2H
  • GIGABYTE H310M DS2
  • AORUS H370 Gaming 3 WiFi
MSI
  • MSI B360 GAMING ARCTIC
  • MSI B360M MORTAR TITANIUM
  • MSI B360-A PRO
  • MSI B360M MORTAR
  • MSI B360M PRO-VD
  • MSI B360M PRO-VH
  • MSI H370 GAMING PRO CARBON
  • MSI H370 GAMING PLUS
  • MSI H370M BAZOOKA
  • MSI H310M PRO-M2
  • MSI H310 PRO-VD
  • MSI H310 PRO-VH
Source: VideoCardz
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20 Comments on Sneak Peek of Upcoming H370, H310, and B360 Motherboards from ASUS, ASRock, Gigabyte, MSI

#2
owen10578
So i guess motherboards are gonna be a hell of a lot more confusing
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#3
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
Oh good, some cheap 300 series boards. I'm tired of putting locked processors in Z370 boards.
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#4
zo0lykas
nothing personal, but asROCK motherboard so ugly :-/ they should get a new designer :-D
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#5
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Im sold on that White Arctic MSI board!!
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#6
TheLostSwede
zo0lykas, post: 3813607, member: 152086"
nothing personal, but asROCK motherboard so ugly :-/ they should get a new designer :-D
You mean "designer" designer? As the board layout designer did a better job than MSI and Gigabyte's counterpart.
And they're not exactly that different from Gigabyte's boards.
Never owned one of their products, as they're not readily available where I live and their BIOS/UEFI has left a bit to be desired, but their boards don't look too bad to me in terms of features.
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#7
jabbadap
zo0lykas, post: 3813607, member: 152086"
nothing personal, but asROCK motherboard so ugly :-/ they should get a new designer :-D
Heh everyone with their own. I don't really care, out of sight out of mind. Haven't really watched my motherboard after I installed it years ago, to be honest I rather take good one rather than pretty one.
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#8
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
zo0lykas, post: 3813607, member: 152086"
nothing personal, but asROCK motherboard so ugly :-/ they should get a new designer :-D
Of course its personal.

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Beauty is very subjective. Its a very personal thing.

What makes things easier is beer. After a few pints she'll be looking like a porn star in no time
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#9
GoldenX
"Intel, what took you so long?"
Finally, some real budget Pentium and i3 builds. Will we see a price reduction on AM4 boards? I think they could be cheaper, especially the A320 ones.
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#10
jabbadap
GoldenX, post: 3813704, member: 160319"
"Intel, what took you so long?"
Finally, some real budget Pentium and i3 builds. Will we see a price reduction on AM4 boards? I think they could be cheaper, especially the A320 ones.
Hmm where can you buy coffee lake pentiums?

And yeah I would say a320 is a Dodo. Can't OC with that, bad memory support and it ain't that much cheaper than B350s.
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#11
GoldenX
No pentiums yet, but tell me that using an i3 8100 or 8400 on a Z370 was wise, best Intel processors since the G4560, and no motherboard to pair them.
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#12
_JP_
Man, MSI sure went overdrive on the designs! ASRock went sober.
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#13
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
_JP_, post: 3813755, member: 83671"
Man, MSI sure went overdrive on the designs! ASRock went sober.
Yeah, AsRock tends to go with function over form on their lower chipset boards, which some prefer.
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#14
jabbadap
GoldenX, post: 3813731, member: 160319"
No pentiums yet, but tell me that using an i3 8100 or 8400 on a Z370 was wise, best Intel processors since the G4560, and no motherboard to pair them.
That I can agree. While cheapest z370 boards are not overly expensive(cheapest one in amazon is $100). They are still bundled with unnecessary features for locked processors, while features which might be useful are removed and might be included with lower end chipsets for cheaper prize.
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#15
_JP_
newtekie1, post: 3813756, member: 20670"
Yeah, AsRock tends to go with function over form on their lower chipset boards, which some prefer.
I for one. :)
I'm surprised MSI's slogan isn't "You'll have a BLAST!", considering all the explosive naming :laugh:
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#16
Flanker
figures, a month after I bought my Z370N for a 8400. Oh well, still loving the little thing.
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#17
Nihilus
Everything is labeled as 'gaming' as always with MSI. After 2 bad boards, I am done with them. I need my mb to work, not look and sound cool.
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#18
NJM1564
owen10578, post: 3813594, member: 165994"
So i guess motherboards are gonna be a hell of a lot more confusing
B is for business.
H is for home.
Z is for overclocking.
That help at all?
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#19
Chino
Article updated with ASUS models.
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