Thursday, January 13, 2022

Intel Motherboards Get Competitive: $100-$200 H670, B660, & H610

Episode Title: "Intel Motherboards Get Competitive: $100-$200 H670, B660, & H610"
Content: This video details the news on some of the 100+ new motherboards in Intel B660, H670, and H610 chipset categories. These are the cheaper options for 12th Gen builds, like the 12100. Sponsor: Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 (Amazon) and Arctic MX-5 Thermal Paste (Amazon) - This video focuses on covering new motherboard announcements from the past few weeks, including new Intel Alder Lake (12th Gen) CPUs from ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, ASRock, and a couple of others. We'll also explain some of the chipset differences between Intel Z690, B660, H670, vs. H610 motherboards as we compare the cheaper motherboards ideally used with Intel i5-12400, i3-12100, i3-12300, and similar non-K CPUs from Intel. For those trying to figure out which is the best motherboard for their new Intel gaming PC, this video should help by outlining the major options announced recently. We haven't reviewed these yet (as they're brand new), but wanted to cover the major differences between motherboards. Buy the Disappointment PC Shirt in cotton ( or Tri-Blend ( to support us, our special intros, even more in-depth testing as we continue to expand the lab in 2022, and to commemorate a year of disappointment! We previously made a round-up of our top Z690 motherboards here: Intel’s CES presentation had full details on the H670, B660, & H610 chipsets, as well as the upcoming non-K CPUs. You can see that here: Like our content? Please consider becoming our Patron to support us: TIMESTAMPS 00:00 - Intel Cheap Motherboard News Round-Up 01:19 - Chipset Information 04:05 - ASUS H670, B660, & H610 News 09:30 - MSI H670, B660, & H610 News 14:19 - Gigabyte Lots of B660 & H610, No H670 18:28 - ASRock H670, B660, & H610 20:37 - Unique Board Designs, Colors, & Small Brands ** Please like, comment, and subscribe for more! ** Links to Amazon and Newegg are typically monetized on our channel (affiliate links) and may return a commission of sales to us from the retailer. This is unrelated to the product manufacturer. Any advertisements or sponsorships are disclosed within the video ("this video is brought to you by") and above the fold in the description. We do not ever produce paid content or "sponsored content" (meaning that the content is our idea and is not funded externally aside from whatever ad placement is in the beginning) and we do not ever charge manufacturers for coverage. Follow us in these locations for more gaming and hardware updates: t: f: w: Host, Editorial: Steve Burke Editorial: Patrick Stone Video Editing: Keegan Gallick

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