MSI announces B150M Grenade and H110M Grenade motherboards

MSI announces B150M Grenade and H110M Grenade motherboards

MSI has expanded its portfolio of LGA 1151 motherboards with the addition of two new models – the B150M Grenade and the H110M Grenade. Both motherboards are designed for heavy duty gaming yet they feature affordable prices as well as LED lights, USB Type-C ports and support for M.2 devices.

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The main difference between the two new MSI motherboards lies in the chipset used – as you can see the B150M Grenade relies on Intel B150 core logic, while the MSI H110M Grenade includes the Intel H110 chipset. The rest of the specs are the same – the two boards come with two DDR4-2133 memory slots for up to 32 GB of RAM, a single PCI-E 3.0 x16 slot, two PCI-E 3.0 x1 slots, four SATA ports, a single M.2 port with bandwidth of 32 GB/sec for the B150 board and 20 GB/sec for the H110 board, HDMI/DVI-D/VGA ports at the back, Gigabit Ethernet, red LEDs and 7.1-channeled Realtek ALC887 sound.

The MSI B150M Grenade and H110M Grenade motherboards are now available but the pricing is unclear.

Source: MSI

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