In January next year, Intel will provide more mainstream models of the 12th-generation Core series processors and several other models of the 600 series chipset to the market. Motherboards including H670, B660, and H610 chipsets will also be fully available, enriching the choice of the Alder Lake platform.
Prior to this, the specifications of the H670, B660, and H610 chipsets have been exposed, and the differences with the flagship Z690 chipset are also clear. Recently, Twitter user @momomo_us has shared dozens of motherboards based on H670, B660, and H610 chipsets, from brands such as Asus, MSI, ASRock, etc. These motherboards have entry-level models as well as mainstream models. Products with ATX, mATX, and ITX specifications are available
ASUS has 22 motherboards, including 15 B660 motherboards, 4 H610 motherboards, and 3 H670 motherboards. There is only a B660 motherboard (D5) with ITX specifications. MSI has 24 motherboards, the largest number of manufacturers, all of which are B660 motherboards. This is different from the previous exposure. The leaked models finally support DDR4 memory. ASRock has a total of 14 motherboards, including 8 B660 motherboards, 3 H610 motherboards, and 3 H670 motherboards. There is the only H670 motherboard (D5) with ITX specifications.