Can you please add MSI X570 Unify?(Continued from opening post above, due to limited/max. number of photos in one post)
- M.2 (Key-E) Slots:
- Quantity: Shows the number of M.2 (Key-E) slots in the motherboard which are used for connecting Wi-Fi/Bluetooth modules. Note that the M.2 (Key-E) slots have a different connector than the M.2 (Key-M) slots.
- Layout: Indicates whether the M.2 (Key-E) slot in the motherboard is oriented vertically (i.e., perpendicular to the motherboard) or horizontally (i.e., parallel to the motherboard).
A vertical M.2 (Key-E) slot (left photo), a horizontal M.2 (Key-E) slot (middle photo), and an M.2 (Key-E) Wi-Fi/Bluetooth module (right photo).
- Modes: Most M.2 (Key-E) slots support PCI-e/USB interface.
- Wireless LAN:
- WiFi: Indicates if the motherboard has a wireless networking protocol which uses radio waves in provoding cable-less Internet and network connectivity. This data also shows what type of protocol is employed based on the 802.11 IEEE standard.
- Wireless Module (Streams, Interface, Size): Indicates the pre-installed or bundled wireless module that comes with the motherboard. It includes data on antenna standard (e.g., 1T1R or 2T2R) which indicates the number of transmitting (T) and receiveing (R) streams, the M.2 module interface (e.g., PCIe), and the size of the module (e.g., 2230). Some motherboards have a bundled "wireless upgrade kit" that is plugged in an expansion slot, instead of the M.2 (Key-E) slot.
A pre-installed/built-in wireless module for a vertical M.2 (Key-E) socket (left photo) and an optional/upgrade kit wireless module for a PCIe x1 expansion slot (right photo).
- Max. Speed: Indicates the maximum theoretical stream (data rate) the wireless module can attain, considering the antenna standard and the module/slot interface.
- Antenna: Indicates the number of antenna and antenna slots at the rear panel in the motherboard. Some motherboards only feature antenna slots (marked with a "O O"), for future installation of a wireless module and its antennae at the rear panel.
- Ethernet LAN:
- RJ-45 (Registered Jack-45): Standard socket for connecting a network cable with an RJ-45 plug to the motherboard.
An Ethernet LAN port and a network cable with an RJ-45 connector.
- Controller: The NIC (Network Interface Controller) which is used to communicate within the LAN (Local Area Network) or the Internet.
An Intel I219V NIC chip (left photo) and a Rivet Killer E2500 chip (right photo).
- 3.5mm Jack: An analog jack for plugging 3.5mm-sized audio connectors.
Six 3.5mm audio ports located at the rear panel and some audio cables with a 3.5mm plug.
- S/PDIF Jack (Sony/Philips Digital Interface): A digital jack for plugging an optical fiber cable with a TOSLINK (Toshiba Link) connector.
An S/PDIF port and an optical fiber cable with a TOSLINK plug.
- Codec: Device in the motherboard that encodes or decodes audio.
A Realtek 8118AS audio codec chip (left photo) and a Realtek ALC892 audio codec chip (right photo).
** Note that Ryzen CPUs do not have integrated graphics, as such, these video ports cannot be used. Only AMD APUs (7th-gen A-series and Athlon) can take advantage of these ports as these APUs have integrated graphics.**
REAR PANEL PORTS SPECIFICATIONS
- DP (DisplayPort): A 20-pin digital display port that can transmit both digital video and audio signals, for plugging in a DisplayPort cable. DisplayPort has gone through a couple of versions, each are backwards-compatible with older versions but can only achieve a maximum throughput of the slower version:
Versions 1.0 and 1.1a have a maximum bandwidth of 10.8Gbps (or 8.64Gbps data rate excluding overhead).
Versions 1.2 and 1.2a have up to 21.6Gbps (or 17.28Gbps data rate excluding overhead).
Versions 1.3 and 1.4 have up to 32.4Gbps (or 25.92Gbps data rate excluding overhead).
Thus, DP1.0~1.1a can achieve up to 144Hz on a 1920x1080 resolution, 60Hz-75Hz on 2560x1440, but only 30Hz on 3840x2160 (4K). DP1.2~1.2a can achieve up to 240Hz on 1920x1080, up to 165Hz on 2560x1440, up to 75Hz on 4K, and 30Hz on 5K. DP1.3~1.4 can do up to 120Hz on 4K, 60Hz on 5K, and 30Hz on 8K resolutions.
A DisplayPort port (left) and a DisplayPort cable connector (right).
- HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface): A 19-pin digital display port that can transmit both digital video and audio signals, used for plugging in an HDMI cable. HDMI has gone through several versions, each are backwards-compatible with older versions but can only achieve a maximum throughput of the slower version:
Versions 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, and 1.2a have a maximum bandwidth of 4.95Gbps (or 3.96Gbps data rate excluding overhead).
Versions 1.3, 1.3a, 1.4, 1.4a, and 1.4b have up to 10.2Gbps (or 8.16Gbps data rate excluding overhead).
Versions 2.0, 2.0a, and 2.0b have up to 18.0Gpbs (or 14.4Gbps data rate excluding overhead).
Versions 2.1 has up to 48.0Gbps (or 42.6Gbps data rate excluding overhead).
Thus, HDMI1.0~1.2a can only achieve 60Hz up to a 1920x1080 resolution. HDMI1.3~1.4b can achieve 120Hz-144Hz on 1920x1080, 60Hz-75Hz on 2560x1440, and 30Hz on 3840x2160 (4K). HDMI2.0~2.0b can achieve up to 60Hz on 4K, while HDMI2.1 can do up to 60Hz on 5K and 30Hz on 8K resolutions.
An HDMI port (left) and an HDMI cable connector (right).
- DVI-I (Digital Visual Interface - Integrated): A 28-pin digital+analog port that can transmit digital or analog video signals (no audio), used for plugging in a DVI-I dual-link, DVI-I single-link, DVI-A (analog only). This port is also compatible with a DVI-D dual-link or a DVI-D single-link cable.
Single-link has a theoretical maximum bandwidth of 4.95Gbps (or 3.96Gbps data rate excluding overhead).
Dual-link has twice the data rate of a single-link.
Thus, a single-link DVI can achieve 60Hz on a 1920x1200 resolution, but only 30Hz on a 2560x1600 resolution. On the other hand, a dual-link DVI can achieve 120Hz on 1920x1200, 60Hz on 2560x1600, and 30Hz on 3840x2400 resolutions.
A DVI-I port, a DVI-I Single Link cable, DVI-I Dual Link cable, and a DVI-A cable.
- DVI-D (Digital Visual Interface - Digital): A 24-pin digital display port that can only transmit digital video signals (no audio), used for plugging in a DVI-D dual-link or DVI-D single-link cable.
This port is not physically compatible with a DVI-I or DVI-A cable due to the extra pins, unless an adaptor is used. The data rate for DVI-D is the same as that for the DVI-I.
A DVI-D port, a DVI-D Single Link cable, and a DVI-D Dual Link cable.
- VGA (Video Graphics Array): Also known as a "D-Sub" (D-subminiature) port. A 15-pin analog display port that can only transmit analog video signals (no audio), used for plugging in a VGA cable with a DE-15 connector.
A VGA or D-Sub port (left) and a VGA or D-Sub cable connector (right).
- USB Ports (Universal Serial Bus Ports):
- Total: This data shows the total number of USB ports located at the rear panel of the motherboard. USB ports are used to plug in peripheral devices (e.g., mouse, keyboard, printer, etc.) to the motherboard.
- USB3.1 Type-C: A 24-pin Type-C (oval) port that uses USB version 3.1 (note that USB3.1 is equivalent to "USB3.1 Gen2"), with a maximum theoretical transfer rate of 10Gbps. Plugged in any direction (reversible).
- USB3.1 Type-A: A 4-pin Type-A (rectangular) port that uses USB version 3.1 (note that USB3.1 is equivalent to "USB3.1 Gen2"), with a maximum theoretical transfer rate of 10Gbps. Plugged in one direction only.
- USB3.0 Type-C: A 24-pin Type-C (oval) port that uses USB version 3.0 (note that USB3.0 is equivalent to "USB3.1 Gen1"), with a maximum theoretical transfer rate of 5Gbps. Plugged in any direction (reversible).
- USB3.0 Type-A: A 4-pin Type-A (rectangular) port that uses USB version 3.0 (note that USB3.0 is equivalent to "USB3.1 Gen1"), with a maximum theoretical transfer rate of 5Gbps. Plugged in one direction only.
- USB2.0: A 4-pin, usually Type-A (rectangular), port that uses USB version 2.0, with a maximum theoretical transfer rate of 480Mbps. Plugged in one direction only.
USB Type-C and Type-A ports with a USB Type-C cable and a USB Type-A cable connectors.
MIDBOARD HEADERS SPECIFICATIONS
- Legacy Ports:
- PS/2 (IBM Personal System/2): A 6-pin circular port for plugging cables of old mice/keyboards with a Mini-DIN-6 connector.
- COM (Communication or Serial): A 9-pin port which transfers data one bit at a time, used for older devices or POS (point-of-sale) systems.
- LPT (Line Print Terminal or Parallel): A 25-pin port which transfers information multiple bits at a time, most oftenly used for old printers.
Two PS/2 ports and its cables (left), a Serial (COM) port and cable (center), and a Parallel (LPT) port and cable (right).
- USB Headers:
- USB3.1 Header (20-pin): Used to connect one (1) additional USB3.1 Type-C port or such other devices that use the USB3.1 interface (note that USB3.1 is equivalent to "USB3.1 Gen2"), with a maximum theoretical transfer rate of 10Gbps.
USB3.1 is backwards-compatible with USB3.0 and USB2.0, using an adapter. Some motherboards have a similar 20-pin header but can only support speeds of a USB3.0 (equivalent to a "USB3.1 Gen1") or 5Gbps maximum theoretical transfer speed. Cable can be plugged reversibly.
A 20-pin Type-C internal header and its corresponding cable.
- USB3.0 Header (19-pin): Used to connect additional USB3.0 ports or such other devices that use the USB3.0 interface (note that USB3.0 is equivalent to "USB3.1 Gen1"), with a maximum theoretical transfer rate of 5Gbps. USB3.0 is backwards-compatible with USB2.0, using an adapter. One (1) header with complete usable pins can support up to two (2) ports. Cable can only be plugged in one direction based on the pinout key and notch. The data shows the total number of USB3.0 internal headers -- not the ports.
- In 90°: Indicates how many of the total USB3.0 (19-pin) headers in the motherboard are specially oriented in a 90-degree layout (i.e., parallel to the motherboard) for better cable routing. Traditionally, USB3.0 (19-pin) headers are oriented vertically (i.e., perpendicular to the motherboard).
Two USB3.0 internal headers, one specially oriented in 90 degrees and one oriented vertically, and its corresponding cable.
- USB2.0 Header (9-pin): Used to connect additional USB2.0 ports or such other devices that use the USB2.0 interface. One (1) header with complete usable pins can support up to two (2) ports. Cable can only be plugged in one direction based on the pinout key. The data shows the total number of USB2.0 internal headers -- not the ports.
A full 9-pin USB2.0 header that can support 2x USB2.0 ports and its corresponding cable connector (left) and a half 5-1pin USB2.0 header that can support 1x USB2.0 port and its corresponding cable connector (right).
- Fan/Pump (4-pin): Headers used for the connection of a fan or a pump. Motherboards with 4-pin fan headers are usually, but not always, PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) headers. The 4th-pin is used to send a PWM signal to a PWM fan (which has a 4-pin connector) to control the current, thus, changing its fan speed, while providing constant +12VDC on its 2nd pin.
Some 4-pin fan headers are not true PWM headers if the 4th pin is either just a dummy pin (no electronic connection) or sends some signal other than a PWM signal. Such types of headers are considered to be DC headers, akin to a 3-pin fan header, that supplies variable voltage in the 2nd pin to control the fan speed of a DC fan (which has a 3-pin connector).
Most motherboards nowadays have its 4-pin fan headers configurable in BIOS to work as a "hybrid" PWM or DC header (either through manual selection or automatic detection), so that the pins can send appropriate signals depending on the type of fan connected.
Fans with 3-pin connectors are physically compatible with 4-pin fan headers. Cable can only be plugged in one direction by aligning the protruding tab on the header with the groove on the connector. This data shows the total number of 4-pin fan/pump headers, all Hybrid PWM/DC, unless otherwise stated in the notes.
A 4-pin fan header on a motherboard (left photo), a 4-pin cable from a PWM fan (center), and a 3-pin cable from a DC fan (right).
- Thermal Sensor: Used for connecting a thermistor cable for monitoring temperatures of components in the motherboard.
A 2-pin Thermal Sensor header and a thermistor.
- RGB LED Strip Header:
- 12V RGB LED Strip Header: (Most are 4-pin [12V/G/R/B], while some, esp. in Gigabyte models, are 5-pin [12V/G/R/B]+[W]) for std. 5050 RGB strips).
- 5V RGB LED Strip Header: (Asus uses 4-1pin [5V/D/-/G] for RGB WS2812B strips; Msi uses same 4-1pin but also has another 3-pin [5V/D/G] for Corsair RGB fans; Gigabyte uses 3-pin [V/D/G] which are 5V/12V interchangeable via a voltage selector jumper and supports 5050 strips).
Direct links to manufacturer's site, and user manuals, are included for reference (found at the far right end of each table).
- Front / System Panel: Contains various pins/headers for connecting the chassis' front panel controls, usually consists of headers for the power button, reset switch, power LED indicator, and hard disk activity LED indicator. Note that some motherboard may have additional pins/headers for other special functions.
- Chassis Intrusion: Used for attaching a chassis cable to detect and provide warning if the chassis has been opened. Some motherboards have this header included within the Front/System Panel headers.
- Front Audio (9-pin): For plugging the audio cable from the chassis to enable the chassis's front audio ports. All front-panel audio in today's chassis are standardized to use HD Audio. Older chassis use AC'97 standard. Some of the old chassis have two (2) cables supplied - one for HD Audio and one for AC'97. Both these cables have similar plugs and keys but have different wiring.
Motherboards may or may not support both standards. Those that only support HD Audio will have its pins compatible only with the HD Audio cable, even though the AC'97 plug will also fit. Those that can support both need to have the correct standard selected in BIOS before plugging in the appropriate cable.
- S/PDIF Out (Sony/Philips Digital Interface Output)
- COM Header (9-pin) (Communication or Serial)
- LPT Header (25-pin) (Line Print Terminal or Parallel)
- TPM (Trusted Platform Module)
- Other Headers: Enumerates all other headers found in the motherboard.
For comparison with other motherboard models:
Z390/Z370/H370/B360/H310-chipset (LGA1151v2-socket) motherboards for Intel Coffee Lake-S (8th-gen) CPUs
X399-chipset (TR4-socket) motherboards for AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPUs
X299-chipset (LGA2066-socket) motherboards for Intel SkyLake-X and Kaby Lake-X CPUs
- Added Msi A320M-A Pro.
- Total AM4-socket motherboard models listed to date: 266.
- Added Biostar Racing X570GT Ver.6.x (mATX).
- Total AM4-socket motherboard models listed to date: 265.
- Added Biostar Racing X470GTA Ver.5.x and Biostar Racing X470GTQ Ver.5.x.
- Added Gigabyte X570 UD.
- Total AM4-socket motherboard models listed to date: 264.
- Added Msi B450M Mortar Max (variant with a 256Mb EEPROM chip).
- Total AM4-socket motherboard models listed to date: 261.
- Added various reviews for X570 motherboards.
- Added Msi X470 Gaming Pro Max, Msi B450 Gaming Plus Max , and Msi B450M Pro-M2 Max (these are the variants with the 256Mb EEPROM chips).
- Added Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite WiFi.
- Total AM4-socket motherboard models listed to date: 260.
- Added Msi B450M Pro-VDH Max (variant with 256Mb EEPROM chip) and Asrock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 WiFi ax (variant with pre-installed Wireless Module).
- Total AM4-socket motherboard models listed to date: 256.
- Added Msi B450-A Pro Max and Msi B450 Tomahawk Max (these are the variants with the 256Mb EEPROM chips).
- Total AM4-socket motherboard models listed to date: 254.
- Added Msi X570-A Pro.
- Total AM4-socket motherboard models listed to date: 252.
- Expounded on the Diagnostic Specification columns with the addition of the BIOS chip and Flash ROM header detailed information.
- Transferred Trusted Platform Module (TPM) column from Mid-Board Specification columns to the Diagnostic Specification columns.
- Added various other "undocumented" or "undefined" headers and connectors in all motherboards.
- Updated information (previously "to be determined") on most X570 motherboards.
- Edited icon headers.
- Added Asrock B450M/ac.
- Total AM4-socket motherboard models listed to date: 251.
- Added and/or transferred selected headers (including unlisted/undefined headers) related to debugging from the Mid-Board columns to the Diagnostic columns.
- Created new columns on Cooling Headers and Lighting Headers under Mid-Board Specifications and listed selected mid-board headers and connectors related to such types.
- Added four (4) motherboards: Asrock X570 Extreme4 WiFi ax, Asrock X570 Steel Legend WiFi ax, Asus Pro A320M-R Wi-Fi, and Asus Prime A320I-K.
- Total AM4-socket motherboard models listed to date: 250.
- Expounded on Memory Specifications by adding new columns to show details on Slot Type, Maximum RAM Capacity, Supported/Rated Clock Speeds, Memory Trace Topology, and VDDR/Memory VRM Components (PWM Controller IC and MOSFETs).
- Expounded on Power Specifications by adding new columns to show details on PWM Controller IC, Phase Doubler ICs (if any), Gate Drivers, the True and "Virtual" VRM Phase Counts, and additional new notes on MOSFETs/Power Stage Configurations.
- Completed editing and scaling of all Rear Panel I/O Ports photo.
- Updated VRM information, PCIe expansion slot layout, and other details on some X570 motherboards.
- Fixed widths to prevent text wrapping on some narrow columns.
- Added two (2) new X570-chipset motherboards from Biostar (Racing X570GT8) and Colorful (CVN X570 Gaming Pro V14).
- Total AM4-socket motherboard models listed to date: 246
- Added new columns showing pinout designation of +12V RGB LED headers and +5V RGB (Digital/Addressable) headers of each motherboard.
- Included notes on each RGB LED header pertaining to maximum rating (in Amperes) of such header and the supported LED types, maximum lengths of strips, and maximum diode count as recommended.
- Added new columns showing pinout designation of Front/System Panel headers and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) headers of each motherboard.
- Added new column showing scaled photos of Rear Panel I/O Ports of each motherboard.
- Added information on VRM/MOSFET specifications (ratings and electrical characteristics, such as Drain-Source On-state Resistance, among others).
- Updated Product Review columns to include Ratings/Scores and Badges/Awards.
- Added eight (8) new X570-chipset motherboards from Asrock (X570 Aqua, X570 Creator, X570 Extreme4, X570 Phantom Gaming 4, X570 Pro4, X570 Steel Legend, X570M Pro4, and X570 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB3).
- Total AM4-socket motherboards models listed to date: 244
- Formatting edit for easier reading (changed fonts, text sizes, and cell colors).
- Formatting edit for easier sorting (added new columns dedicated to chipset, form factor, and brand/manufacturer).
- Updated information on several X570 chipset motherboards, including photos and other details.
- Added twenty-three (23) motherboards released within the periods 2018 (3Q) to 2019 (2Q) from Asus, Biostar, Gigabyte, and Msi.
- Total AM4-socket motherboards models listed to date: 236
- Added twenty-eight (28) new X570-chipset motherboards (from Asrock, Asus, Gigabyte, and Msi). Some data/photos are yet to be provided after information becomes available.
- Total AM4-socket motherboards models listed to date: 213
- Added eighteen (18) Asrock motherboards released in 2019.
- Total AM4-socket motherboards models listed to date: 1852018-08-27:
- Added a Fan / Pump Header Rating column detailing the header designation and maximum rated amperes per header, to expound the Fan / Pump Header (4-pin) specifications (which originally showed the quantity only).
- Added new column Arrangement of Expansion Slots inside Chassis to show the spacing between the PCIe/PCI slots, how it might affect large GPUs, positioning of add-on cards and M.2 modules, and airflow and aesthetics when the motherboard is mounted inside the case/chassis.
- Updated information on Asus ROG Strix B450-I Gaming based on latest manual dated 2018-08-17.
- When first opened, the default view of the motherboard models in the table is now arranged by Chipset first (X470 -> X370 -> B450 -> B350 -> A320), which is then arranged secondly by Size (EATX -> ATX -> mATX -> ITX), and lastly by alphabetical order (Asrock -> Asus -> Biostar -> ECS -> Gigabyte -> Msi).
- Provided data on Year and Price Range columns.
- Added various product review links.
- Added three (3) motherboards released in 2018 (3Q): Asrock X370M Pro4, Biostar B450MH Ver.6.x, and Biostar B450MHC Ver.6.x.
- Total AM4-socket motherboards models listed to date: 167
- Created a Diagnostics column group, originally part of the Power column group.
- Moved the Speaker/Buzzer column from the Midboard Headers column group to the Diagnostics column group.
- Added column regarding MOSFET (brand, model, type), Inductors and Capacitors.
- Provided numerous details on various motherboard models regarding MOSFET brand, arrangement, and quantities.
- Added various product review links and updated the columns (formatting).
- Added a Year (released) and Price Range column.
- Expounded the Networking Column to now include detailed information on the Wireless Module (if any), including its interface, form factor, WiFi stream speeds, and orientation of slots.
- Moved the M.2 Key-E Slot Column from Expansion Slots Column to Networking Column and reflected supported M.2 interface, added information on the orientation of such Key-E slot, and if such slot is pre-installed with a bundled wireless module.
- Created a Legacy Sub-column in the Rear Panel Ports to show PS/2, COM, and LPT ports.
- Added new column Buzzer/Speaker on Midboard Headers group.
- Provided details on Audio Codec (showing manufacturer and LAN port designation).
- Added several links to product reviews on various motherboard models.
- Listed and provided complete info, photos, and details on four (4) ECS motherboard models (ECS B350AM4-M, B350AM4-M2, A320AM4-M3, and A320AM4-M3D).
- Total AM4-socket motherboards models listed to date: 164
- Expounded the M.2 (Key-M) SLOTS to include data on Supported Modes and Maximum Speeds per Slot. This includes the M.2 slot designation and their corresponding lanes being shared with other slots.
- Major text edits for easier viewing/filtering, such as "YES", "NONE", "check marks", "-", font-sizes, text colors, and text format, including adjustments in column widths and row heights.
- Moved PWR, RST, and OC BUTTON information from MIDBOARD HEADERS columns to POWER columns, adjacent to the BIOS, Flashback and Clear CMOS Buttons information. Added Other Jumpers / Headers column.
- Completed all information for video output ports and midboard headers of all listed motherboard models (160 models).
- Added label on Msi A320M Pro-VD "Does not support Ryzen *For 7th-Gen A-series / Athlon CPUs only." and on Msi A320M Pro-VD/S "Supports Ryzen and 7th-Gen A-series / Athlon CPUs."
- Added new column for Video Output Ports (for APU only).
- Added new columns for Midboard Headers (Thermal Sensor, Chassis Intrusion, TPM, COM, LPT, and Others).
- Provided data on VRM phases/controller of nineteen (19) motherboard models: Asrock (Fatal1ty B450 Gaming K4, B450M Pro4, and Fatal1ty B450 Gaming-ITX/ac); Asus (ROG Strix B450-F, X470-I, B450-I, TUF B450-Plus, and TUF B450M-Plus); Biostar (X470GT8 and X470GTN); Gigabyte (B450 Aorus Pro, Pro WiFi, M, and B450M DS3H); and Msi (B450-A Pro, B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC, B450 Tomahawk, B450I Gaming Plus AC, and B450I Pro AC).
- All information on the column for 2-Digit Debug Display Code now features detailed notes on specific LED diagnostic indicators (e.g., CPU/DRAM/VGA/BOOT, DIMM, XMP, GPU, Hard Disk, etc.)
- Updated broken links to some Asus motherboard manuals that were revised/re-released (ROG Crosshair VI Extreme, ROG Strix X370-I Gaming, and ROG Strix B350-I Gaming)
- Added and updated several details on previously-listed motherboard models
- Finished adding and re-sizing the photos of all 160 motherboards listed as of this date.
- Added 5 Msi motherboard ATX-sized X470 models.
- Inserted column to indicate LED Lighting Position/s in the motherboard, including Sync support.
- Provided/updated complete details and photos of all X470, ATX-sized motherboards (grand total of 19 models).
- Listed 5 Gigabyte B450-chipset motherboards.
- Listed 2 Msi (Gen.1) motherboards: B350I Pro AC, A320M Pro-M2
- Listed 12 Msi B450-chipset motherboards (4 ATX, 7 mATX, and 1 ITX).
- Listed 6 Gigabyte (Gen.1) motherboards: AX370 Gaming 3 (released Jan. 2018), AX370M Gaming 3 (Jan. 2018), AX370M-DS3H (Jan. 2018), AB350M-Dash (Apr. 2018), AB350M-DS3H (Jan. 2018) and A320M-S2H (Jan. 2018) models.
- Added 2 Biostar motherboards with X470 chipsets (1 ATX and 1 ITX models), complete with photo and details.
- Listed 3 Gigabyte motherboard ATX-sized X470-chipset models (details and photos to follow).
- Reformatted the look, spacing, and headers of the entire table, same as the Intel LGA1151v2 Motherboard Comparison Table, for easier reading and comparison
- Enlarged all motherboard photos
- Added 7 Asus motherboards with B450 chipsets (3 ATX, 3 mATX, and 1 ITX models)
- Re-arranged default view of list 1) by Motherboard Size (E-ATX, ATX, mATX, and ITX), then, 2) by Chipset. Brands/models are still listed alphabetically
- Added 3 Asrock motherboards released in 2018 (X370 Pro4, X370M-HDV, and A320M-ITX)
- Added 6 Asrock motherboards with X470 chipsets
- Added 5 Asrock motherboards with B450 chipsets
- Added 6 Asus motherboards with X470 chipsets (5 ATX and 1 ITX models)
- Adjusted table formats, added references/reviews, etc.
- Re-created originally-posted BBCode Tables to Google Spreadsheet sortable tables (external link)
Cant find the small triangle-shaped icons anywhere.
Is sorting disabled?
Click on the empty row button (#11), which will highlight the entire row. Then click on the filter icon (next to the zoom button), which will open up a menu with the option to create new temporary filter. Once you do that, little "filter" icons will appear in each column of row 11 and you will be able to filter items out by clicking on them.how to sort? cant find the triangle shape icons
Too bad on the timing! Hope the mobo's working out well for you though. Thanks also for the comment, I appreciate it!I just register to say a big thank you to all people who have work on this file, this is a huge gold mine for every PC builder, nice work, such a shame I just discover it after buying the mobo,it confirm my good choice
I quickly made an account to report some issues I've experienced. The temporary filter arrows don't show up on row 11 instead showing up on row 1 which is easy to miss. When I do create a custom filter I lose the top 11 rows making it difficult to add any more.Hey guys, just found time to update the tables to include A520's and some of your requested recently-released mobos (e.g. TUF X570-Pro, TUF B450M-Pro S, X570 Tomahawk, etc.) . A total of seventy-six (76) models were added today -- spec details of all these 76 motherboards to follow within the days/weeks ahead.
Stay safe everyone!
Thanks for bring this up. I think there were some problems the past few days due to high traffic volume, where some tools (such as filtering) are disabled or does not work correctly. This is only in that main spreadsheet link (as posted above). However, when I use the Mirror Link (see notes on top of spreadsheet), I did not encounter any issues when sorting/filtering that spreadsheet. These are the 2 links:I quickly made an account to report some issues I've experienced. The temporary filter arrows don't show up on row 11 instead showing up on row 1 which is easy to miss. When I do create a custom filter I lose the top 11 rows making it difficult to add any more.
I've tried this on Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Edge. I don't know if it's just me or not but thought I'd share since this sheet helped me a lot when I was building my computer in April and I'm currently building one for my wife.
Thank you for the hard work.
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