Intel H670, B660 and H610 chipset series will be announced at the CES 2022 press conference on January 4th. With this announcement, many motherboard manufacturers such as MSI, ASUS and Gigabyte will start to launch their new models. However, thanks to early leaks, we had the opportunity to see some motherboard models early.
The majority of motherboards that come with the Intel LGA1700 socket seem to be designed to support DDR4 memory. Because these models will mainly be used with 12th Gen “K” non-series processors and are aimed at budget-oriented users.
If we make a small addition, there is a possibility that the H670 anakardollars will be delayed and may go on sale in the coming months.
You can see the Mortar, Tomahawk and Bazooka models, members of the MSI B660 MAG series, just below. Let’s add that the motherboards have a 12-phase VRM design, 2.5 GB Ethernet, and the EZ M. 2 Clip.
As for ASUS, we have photos of the ASUS 600 series product lineup, including the first H610 motherboards, as well as the first Mini-ITX ROG STRIX B660 and the content developer-focused ProArt model. Numerous models will be released along with the following motherboards, and each will feature some different technical features.
ASUS PRIME H610M-A D4
ASUS PRIME H610M-E D4
ASUS ProArt B660 Creator D4
ASUS ROG STRIX B660-I WIFI