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ASRock after entering into the graphics card market has soon launched a new motherboard for the Coffee Lake processors that will come into the budget category and will support 8th Gen Intel processors that have more cores compared to the previous generation.
ASRock today announced the Fatal1ty H370 Performance motherboard that looks sick and comes with premium features. The motherboard is using an H370 chipset, therefore it will not have features equivalent to a Z370 chipset motherboard but there are a lot of improvements made in it when compared to the “H” chipsets of the previous generations.
Although it isn’t meant for overclocking from what we know of, the motherboard features a 10 power phase VRM that is mostly found on good mid-high end motherboards specially made for overclocking. There are good heatsinks over the VRM section which will allow more stability with good temperatures. The motherboard uses a full-ATX form factor and looks more like an Asus ROG Strix motherboard from an aesthetics point of view.
The board features a black PCB with grey heatsinks that have RGB LEDs embedded in them. (Of course, without any RGB, nothing is good). The board uses two PCI-Ex 16 slots, one having a steel armour for more strength and the other is standard. It supports AMD Two Way CrossfireX and no SLI. The motherboard comes with good amount of storage support with 2x M.2 slots for NVME SSDs and also supports Key-E Type M.2 WiFi expansion cards.
In it, you will find Polychrome RGB LEDs as I said above in the Heatsinks which you can control by ASRock’s Polychrome RGB Sync software. ASRock says that it has finally completed its 300 series of motherboards with this release and following is the trailer which ASRock has put forward. No pricing and availability information has been revealed.