List of Intel Alder Lake motherboards from ASRock and NZXT appears

VideoCardz has secured a list of ASRock and NZXT motherboards for Intel Alder Lake CPUs. The list confirms, among other things, the arrival of Z690, H670, B660 and H610 chipsets, as was already expected. The first Alder Lake chips will be released later this year.

NZXT would initially come with two Z690 motherboards, according to information from the usually well-informed tech website VideoCardz. ASRock, in turn, would come with at least five Z690 motherboards from the Phantom Gaming series. The company would also introduce motherboards in the Extreme and Steel Legend series, including some models with Wi-Fi 6E support.

VideoCardz’s list also includes Pro RS motherboards with Z690 and B660 chipsets and Pro 4 boards with H670, B660 and H610 chipsets. Furthermore, lower-positioned motherboards in the H and C series are mentioned. The list makes no mention of ASRock motherboards in the Taichi, Aqua and OC Formula series. Presumably, those models will follow at a later date.

The 600-series chipset motherboards will use socket LGA1700, for Intel’s upcoming Alder Lake processors. The first of these will be introduced later this year. These Alder Lake CPUs have a ‘hybrid’ architecture with several fast and economical cores and support for PCIe 5.0 and DDR5. Intel recently shared details about these CPUs.

Chipset Z690 H670 B660 H610
NZXTPhantom GamingextremeSteel LegendPROH-SeriesC-SeriesITX

N7-Z69XT
N5-Z69XT
Z690 PG Velocity
Z690 Phantom Gaming 4
Z690 Phantom Gaming 4/ax
Z690M Phantom Gaming 4
Z690 PG Riptide
Z690 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB4
H670 PG Riptide
Z690 Extreme
Z690 Extreme WiFi 6E
Z690 Steel Legend
Z690 Steel Legend WiFi 6E
H670 Steel Legend B660 Steel Legend
B660M Steel Legend
Z690 Pro RS/D5
Z690 Pro RS
H670M Pro4 B660 Pro RS
B660M Pro RS
B660M Pro RS/ac
Z690 Pro4
B660M Pro4
B660M Pro4/ac
B660 Pro4
B660M-HDV H610M-HDV/M.2
H610M-HDV
H610M-HVS
Z690-C/ac
Z690-C/ax
Z690-C/D5
B660M-C
Z690M-ITX/ax H670M-ITX/ax B660M-ITX/ac H610M-ITX/ac

Information via VideoCardz

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