the_Scarlet_onehttps://ark.intel.com/pro...284/Intel-H370-ChipsetH370 does not support overclocking, so K sku CPUs would literally be a waste of money. That took 2 seconds to find on google. I can not wait to see all of the complaints about not being able to overclock from people that don’t research the simplest of things.
jasonkresgeB85 can't overclock either, but the Gigbayte G1 Sniper B6, which uses B85, can overclock K-series CPUs. In the past, gamer-variants of non-OC chipsets have allowed overclocking in some cases. So it would be foolish to assume that just because the main chipset doesn't natively support overclocking, that someone won't get it working. Might want to spend more than 2 seconds on Google.
the_Scarlet_oneI can not wait to see all of the complaints about not being able to overclock from people that don’t research the simplest of things.
the_Scarlet_onehttps://twitter.com/the_s...81313600873816064?s=21Question asked and answered. So, as stated after 2 seconds on google and then 5 on twitter, no.
jasonkresgeNo USB Type-C, and as an H370-based board, it's unknown at this time if this would support overclocking K-series CPUs (initial announcements indicate 'no'). It also lacks support for faster system memory. That's two, potentially three major downgrades over my Z270 stinger. On top of that, it looks like EVGA's engineers are still struggling with: getting the USB headers around the edges, where they should be, and where everyone else places them (Kudos for at least moving the 3.0/3.1 gen 1 header to the edge this time)pre-installing the wifi card and antenna connections, like literally everyone elsePricing has never been the strong suit of the Stinger series. You paid for a product with fewer features than the competition, but better warranty and customer service. But potentially lacking overclocking and support for > DDR4-2667, it's going to be VERY hard for EVGA to sell this at the typical Stinger launch price of $179-$199 when you can get the Gigabyte Z370N for ~$150 and have been able to for awhile. So I'll be curious to see what the MSRP is for this board. At $99 it has a market, but the Asrock Z370m is only $15 more at that point.
Alexevga111When is the release date? Im in the middle of ordering my parts and just need an itx mobo, and some ram. If it's soon I could wait.
.SupportIt's finally here! however I have a few questions about this motherboard, before I do my purchase. 1. For the time being, it is only available in the US EVGA website. Will it also be available for europeans and when?
CordorbThe MB is starting to be the new build part that costs the least :-(
.Supportprices are OK in the US at 159$ and right now 139$. Price in Europe is coming in at a whopping 180€ There are Z370 m-itx boards that goes for less...
EVGATech_LeeM.Supportprices are OK in the US at 159$ and right now 139$. Price in Europe is coming in at a whopping 180€ There are Z370 m-itx boards that goes for less... Please keep in mind that our website does not always list pricing correctly when a product has not yet been sold or placed in stock. Since EU has not yet sold this for the first time, the price may very well change before it goes in stock.
gutcheckYou guys going to make a mITX Z board?
PietroBRgutcheckYou guys going to make a mITX Z board?No Z mITX board (who knows, maybe in the z390 line up). It was said somewhere in Reddit that they wouldn't do a mITX MB for the Z series.Also, congrats on the new build you're going to do.I want to see the picture of the dual system