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Plan on building an Intel 1151 gaming machine but on a budget? Intel's B150 chipset offers good hardware support without the hefty price tag most Z170 motherboards have. The B150 chipset offers what an average gamer need without going overboard. If you are looking for a good motherboard for your gaming build, you might want to check out the MSI B150M Mortar motherboard. Follow us as we check it out today.
Gigabyte has been creating quite a buzz with the new board to their X99 lineup. With the addition of USB 3.1 Connectivity on board, as well as their patent-pending PCI-e Metal shielding, there is a lot of reason for it. The X99P-SLI from Gigabyte is part of their Ultra-Durable lineup and designed to be one of their mid-ranged X99 boards. Follow us today as we check out the Gigabyte X99P-SLI motherboard.
The Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming-ITX/ac is the second opportunity to review an ASRock Z170 motherboard. The Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming-ITX/ac supports 6th Generation Intel Core processors and DDR4 memory up to 4000Mhz.
It seems since Skylake was released, there has been a new motherboard teased by Gigabyte at least once a month. Their new motherboards range the gambit from entry level to full tilt gaming motherboards. The Z170X-UD5 TH is positioned in right in the middle of that pack. It is the feature packed offer in the Ultra Durable line while still being reasonably priced.
It seems since Skylake was released, there has been a new motherboard teased by Gigabyte at least once a month. Some of these may or may not come to the US market, but today we will be looking at one that did, the Z170X-Gaming 6. The Z170X-Gaming 6 falls squarely between the previously released Gaming 5 and Gaming 7, both in features and in price.
The new Z170 chipset motherboards run the pricing gambit; coming in around $500, like the Gigabyte Gaming G1 we reviewed a short time ago, to the more affordable like the Z170XP-SLI we are reviewing today. The Z170XP-SLI supports 6th Generation Intel Core processors and dual channel DDR4. There is a PCI-E Gen3 x4 M.2 connector with up to 32Gb/s data transfer and three SATA Express connectors for up to 16Gb/s data transfer. 2 way SLI and 3 way Crossfire are supported. On the networking side, Intel Gbe Gigabit LAN does the duties Realtek ALC1150 115dB SNR HD Audio supplies your audio needs.
The Gigabyte Z170X Gaming 7 was the first Z170 motherboard we have had on the test bench and was obviously designed to impress. The Z170X Gaming G1 raises the bar even further. For starters, the Z170X Gaming G1supports 6th Generation Intel Core processors and dual channel DDR4. There are dual PCI-E Gen3 x4 M.2 connectors with up to 32Gb/s data transfer and three SATA Express connectors for up to 16Gb/s data transfer.