ASRock presents the H110M-STX motherboard

ASRock presents the H110M-STX motherboard

Compact PCs have become rather popular in the past few years but still there are relatively few computer parts on the market to build one, especially when it comes to small sized motherboards. To remedy the situation ASRock has presented the new H110M-SFX motherboard.

As you can see from the name of the board, it features the SFX form factor and measures 140 x 147 mm. The board is based on the Intel H110 chipset and obviously features support for Intel Skylake processors but the TDP level of the chip must be up to 65 watts. The H110M-SFX has two memory slots for up to 32 GB of DDR4 SO-DIMM memory, two SATA 3.0 ports, two USB 3.0 Type-A, one Type-C, and an RJ-45 connector. In addition to this the new ASRock motherboard supports DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 1.4 and VGA displays. There’s also support for a storage drive that is up to 80 mm long and an M.2 port.

The price of the new H110M-SFX motherboard is unknown. Its launch date is expected in the coming weeks.

Source: ASRock

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