Intel will soon provide more mainstream models of Alder Lake products to the market, and other 600 series chipsets will follow, including H670, B660, and H610 chipsets, providing different combinations for users who purchase the 12th generation Core series desktop processors.
According to VideoCardz, ASRock has three H670, four B660, and four H610 motherboards exposed, including PG Riptide, Steel Legend, and the PRO RS series. According to previous news, due to the small difference, Intel will cancel the H670 chipset, and only launch the B660 and H610 chipsets early next year. Together with the previously released Z690 chipset, they will be targeted at high, medium, and low-end markets. However, this statement appears with the emergence of many brands of H670 motherboards, which seems to indicate that Intel has not canceled the H670 chipset.
Although ASRock has introduced Taichi and Extreme4 series products for AMD’s B550 motherboards, Intel’s H670 motherboards do not seem to do that, and probably will not release relatively high-end H670 motherboards. ASRock will launch at least two 600 series chipset motherboards with Mini-ITX specifications, which is good news for users who like this type of motherboard.