MSI Reveals H110 PRO Series Motherboards

/ 3 years ago

MSI H110 Pro

So far we have mostly been hearing about the Z170 based motherboards for Intel’s 6th generation Core processors, but that isn’t the only platform available for Skylake. There are also the H170, B150, and H110 chipsets available and MSI just revealed their trio based on the H110 chipset.

The three new motherboards are the H110M PRO-VVH, H110M PRO-VD, and H110M PRO-D. The new micro ATX sized motherboards are available in both DDR4 or DDR3 low voltage DRAM solutions and they naturally come with Windows 10 WHQL certification.

MSI also added the unique DDR4 Boost technology that is designed with optimized traces and fully isolated memory circuitry. This design ensures the memory signals stay pure for optimal performance and stability. MSI M-Cloud is another included feature that provides a convenient and secure way of saving personal files in the cloud without complicated settings.

The motherboards are built with Military Class 4 components that ensure stability under extreme conditions as well as ECO Power that improves the efficiency. EZ Debug LED, overvoltage protection, and VGA Armor are also part of the deal and so is the Audio Boost for great sound quality.

With a budget solution like these, over the more extreme enthusiast models in the Z170 series, many people will opt to run them on the iGPU instead of adding a dedicated graphics card. The new PRO series supports both legacy monitors here via DVI and D-Sub, but also crisp clear 4K UHD with HDMI and DP connectors.

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