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BIOSTAR Introduces the Latest H410 Series Motherboards

BIOSTAR, a leading brand of motherboards, graphics cards, and storage devices, today introduces the new 400 series H410MHG and H410MH motherboards designed to run the latest 10th Gen Intel Processors. Aimed at business, and casual usage, the H410 series motherboards are built to last with high-grade material and jaw-dropping functionality suitable for many use cases.

Built with practicality and reliability in mind, the H410MHG and H410MH motherboards introduced by BIOSTAR are engineered with superior functionality that rivals any motherboard of their class in the market. Designed in the sleek Micro ATX form factor that takes minimal real estate inside a PC case, the BIOSTAR H410 series motherboards come with highly desired features like USB 3.2 Gen1 that delivers compelling performance boosts and can be used to connect multiple devices without worrying about compatibility. It is capable of data transfer speeds up to 5 Gbps and backward compatible with all existing USB products.

ASRock H410 Chipset Motherboard Lineup Pictured

The H410 chipset denotes the entry-level for the upcoming LGA1200 platform. This chipset will go into the vast bulk of low-cost desktops powered by Pentium, Celeron, and Core i3 processors, which [usually] don't game, and make do with integrated graphics. The lineup consists of mostly Micro-ATX boards, including the H410M-HDVP, H410M-HDVP2, H410M-HVS, H410M-HDV, and the H410M-HDV/M.2. These boards differ with a few differentiators such as HDMI, WLAN, and PCIe slots. The lineup also includes a Mini-ITX board in the H410M-ITX/ac, and a DTX board in the form of the H410M-HVS. All boards feature simple 5+2 phase VRM setups (a step up from the previous generation that used 3+1), which could slightly step up board costs.
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Intel 10th Generation Comet Lake Desktop Processors and 400-Series Chipsets Announced, Here's what's New

Intel today launched its 10th generation Core desktop processor family and its companion Intel 400-series chipsets. Based on the 14 nm++ silicon fabrication process and built in the new LGA1200 package, the processors are based on the "Comet Lake" microarchitecture. The core design of "Comet Lake" and its IPC are identical to those of "Skylake," however Intel brought significant enhancements to the processor's clock-speed boosting algorithm, increased core- or thread counts across the board, and introduced new features that could interest enthusiasts and overclockers. The uncore component remains largely unchanged from the previous-generation, with support for DDR4 memory and PCI-Express gen 3.0. Use of these processors requires a new socket LGA1200 motherboard, they won't work on older LGA1151 motherboards. You can install any LGA115x-compatible cooler on LGA1200, provided it meets the thermal requirements of the processor you're using.

At the heart of the 10th generation Core processor family is a new 10-core monolithic processor die, which retains the same basic structure as the previous-generation 8-core "Coffee Lake Refresh" die, and 4-core "Skylake." The cores are arranged in two rows, sandwiched by the processor's uncore and iGPU blocks. A ring-bus interconnect binds the various components. The cache hierarchy is unchanged from previous generations as well, with 32 KB each of L1I and L1D caches; 256 KB of dedicated L2 cache per core, and 20 MB of shared L3 cache. The iGPU is the same Gen 9.5 based UHD 630 graphics. As we mentioned earlier, much of Intel's innovation for the 10th generation is with the processor's microcode (boosting algorithms).
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Dozens of GIGABYTE Intel 400-series Chipset Motherboards Show Up at the EEC

Intel is inching closer to the launch of its socket LGA1200 mainstream desktop platform based on its 400-series chipset and 14 nm "Comet Lake-S" silicon. The platform provides a forward upgrade path to the company's 10 nm "Ice Lake-S" processors when they come out. "Comet Lake-S" is a derivative of the "Skylake" microarchitecture that's been scaled up to 10 CPU cores, and HyperThreading enabled across the board, with clock speeds pushed to the limits of the 14 nm silicon fabrication process. The TDP of some of these parts is reportedly set as high as 125 W. GIGABYTE is ready with dozens of motherboards for these processors, based on one of five chipsets - Z490, H470, Q470, B460, and H410.

The Intel Z490 Express will be the top-end chipset geared toward gamers and enthusiasts wanting to overclock their processors. The H470 will be a slight step down, and possibly lack multi-GPU and CPU overclocking support. The Q470 is its twin with certain enterprise-relevant features. The B460 is the mid-range chipset, targeting a spectrum of users including gamers who don't overclock their CPU. The H410 will be the entry-level chipset for everyone else. What's interesting about GIGABYTE's list of motherboards filed for regulatory clearance from the Eurasian Economic Commission, is that is looks partial. There are far too few AORUS-branded products.
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