ASRock H110M-STX



ASRock, the world leader in the design and manufacture of high performance base plates, is proud to present its first motherboard that uses the new format 5 x 5 Intel with its new model ASRock H110M-STX, a plaque tiny base but with endless possibilities for people who want the mobility of a laptop but with the power and the level of customization that only a desktop computer is able to give.

Rumored since January this year, the new format 5 x 5 Intel (which is the format used by popular laptops NUC) has gone a step further by allowing assemblers manufacture their own motherboards for this format and opened a universe of possibilities, not only to commercial assemblers, but also to users of DIY enthusiasts. And it is clear that there are many users that the format of a laptop may be uncomfortable to carry from one place to another, not to take into account almost no chance of expansion / renovation still offering that format to date today.

ASRock H110M-STX

The motherboard ASRock H110M-STX offers the possibility of installing them any processor socket LGA 1151 with the added bonus of also support the Intel Core i7 processors that are non-K series, such as 6700, thanks to the plate It carries a power limitation with respect to the processor TDP 65 W maximum. In any case, for the power supply motherboard requires a transformer 19 V and whose power has to range between 90 W (in case of mounting a processor with a consumption of 35 W) or 120 W (in case riding one consumption 65 W).

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The H110M-STX has two memory slots DDR4 type SO-DIMM supporting up to a maximum speed of 2133 MHz and a maximum capacity of 32 GB (2 x 16 GB). Besides that, the plate incorporates an M.2 slot to install in it a WiFi module and a second slot for installing an M.2 SSD NVMe type 2280 type, although storage options do not end there and this model ASRock has two SATA 3 traditional ports.

Video outputs are handled by an HDMI, a DisplayPort 1.23 and D-Sub15 connector. As for USB connections, the motherboard supports USB 2.0 another USB 3.0 port, and a head Type C.




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