Intel B150 Motherboard Price List (Archive)

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"In addition, the PCI-E connectivity in B150 is still based on the older PCI-E 2.0 standard, and the system can handle only two RAM modules, compared to four on all other chipsets in this generation."

So right off the bat I'm confused. The ASRock B150 Pro4s supports four DDR4 modules for a max of 64GB RAM. I know that's only 16GB DIMMs, so maybe there's something I'm missing?
 

IInuyasha74

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Sorry, that was a mistake in the article. It should say:

""In addition, the PCI-E connectivity in H110 is still based on the older PCI-E 2.0 standard, and the system can handle only two RAM modules, compared to four on all other chipsets in this generation."
 
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