Skylake Intel motherboards – Asrock, Asus, Biostar, EVGA, Gigabyte, and MSI




It’s no secret that Intel in the short term though Skylake-generation processors will deliver. According to the latest roadmaps would be this summer, in the third quarter. During Computex, the annual fair on hardware early June in Taipei, almost all motherboard manufacturers left all or part of their full line up for the next generation motherboards see processors.

In this short preview of Skylake motherboards we not only see some signs of the various manufacturers, but we also take a closer look at the Series 100 chipset was developed for Skylake. That includes several new interfaces for faster data throughput for SSDs and USB devices at. We are talking about a U2 interface and sub 3.1.

A short refresher on Skylake: the processors are just as Broadwell produced at 14nm, but get a new architecture on board. One of the consequences is a new socket; you can Skylake processors not stabbing into existing systems. The Skylake motherboards, with 100 Series chipsets also have sockets with 1151 pins. Additionally get high-end motherboards memory slots for DDR4 memory onboard. You will probably also need to purchase new memory.

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