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ASRock releases motherboards with small form factors, including the Mini-ITX model B760


ASRock Incorporated has just made an announcement regarding the launch of four new models, one of which is the Intel B760 chipset motherboard B760M-ITX/D4 WiFi. The precise time at which the products will become available to the public has not yet been decided. The B760M-ITX/D4 WiFi Mini-ITX motherboard that we now have here is compatible with memory of the DDR4 variety. The most important features include one Hyper M.2, two memory slots rated for DDR4-5333, four disc bays rated for SATA 3.0, one extension slot rated for PCI Express 4.0 (x16), and an M.2 Key-E slot. This gadget comes equipped with a variety of network capabilities, including Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 4.2, and Gigabit Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN).

On the MicroATX motherboard model B760M PG Riptide, support for DDR5 RAM was already integrated into the design. There are two expansion slots, one M.2 Key-E 1 x slot, four DDR5-7200 memory slots, four SATA 3.0 storage slots, four Hyper M.2 storage slots, and one M.2 Key-E 1 x slot available on this motherboard. In addition, there are four storage slots compatible with SATA 3.0 and four storage bays compatible with Hyper M.2. The infrastructure of the network is built using Dragon 2.5G LAN as the primary networking technology.

The B760 Pro RS is one example of an ATX motherboard that is compatible with DDR5 RAM, which is also compatible with other ATX motherboards. This purchase comes with a total of four slots for DDR5-7200 DIMM memory, four slots for SATA 3.0 M.2 drives, two slots for Hyper M.2 drives, one slot for M.2 drives, and one slot each for PCI Express 5.0 (x16), PCI Express 4.0 (x16), and M.2 Key-E. Dragon 2 drives. The protocol that is utilised by the network is known as 5G LAN.

ATX motherboards are compatible with DDR4 memory, and the B760 Pro RS/D4 is one such motherboard. The expansion slots include one M.2 Key-E slot, one PCI Express 3.0 slot in the x1 shape, and two PCI Express 4.0 slots in the x16 shape. Additionally, there is one PCI Express 3.0 slot in the x1 shape. Memory slots have the capacity to hold a maximum of four DDR4-5333 modules in each slot. The infrastructure of the network is built using Dragon 2.5G LAN as the primary networking technology.