ASRock will make the sale its new motherboard ASRock H110M-DS / Hyper, a plate for processors that use the LGA1151 socket intended to be mounted on computers for play with them but whose budget is very small. The company wants to position this new model as a high quality product, for which it has equipped with a heatsink for the processor and VRM design that uses only solid state capacitors.
The new motherboard ASRock H110M-DS / Hyper is based on the Intel Express chipset H110. This is a very basic model chipset that supports only standard PCIe 2.0 up to 6 ways PCIe and PCI does not support the standard. However, it supports the SATA 3 standard for connecting storage units. The motherboard draws power from a combination of the power connector 24-pin ATX power connector and 8-pin EPS feeding the processor. Besides, the board has given him some voltage regulators 4 + 1 phases which will remain refrigerated through the use of a heat sink that ASRock has placed above them, something unusual in motherboards priced so reduced as this H110M-DS / Hyper.
The processor socket is physically connected to two memory DDR4 DIMM slots, supporting up to 32GB of dual channel memory DDR4-2133 MHz in a maximum configuration of 2 x 16 GB, and a PCIe 3.0 x16 slot. The only other expansion slot is a x1 PCIe 2.0, which is connected directly to H110 chipset motherboard. Connectivity is, as expected by the chipset and range of basic prices, rather basic including four SATA 3 speed ports 6 Gb / s ports, four USB 3.0 ports (two on the rear panel, two headers), high definition audio 6-channel and Gigabit Ethernet card (model Realtek RTL8111GR) network. The only way out of the screen is a DVI connector double bond. The motherboard carries a UEFI Bios type as with all Intel-based chipsets since the launch of Sandy Bridge since 2011 plates.
When it goes on sale is expected to cost the motherboard around 60 €.