The Twitter account @momomo_us, which regularly posts many accurate rumors related to hardware, has just published a list of 50 motherboards that support the new Alder Lake chipset.
This group of motherboards belongs to the B660 and H-series ranges, first revealed after the Z690 series seniors. The list is broken down into the 5 largest motherboard manufacturers today, including Asus, ASRock, Biostar, Gigabyte, and MSI. Of course, until they actually hit the shelves, the final specs and pricing are still uncertain.
The motherboards on the list will use the B660, H610 and H670 chipsets. These are mainstream and mid-range products, compatible with Intel Alder Lake processors.
Asus, with its 22 new motherboards, mostly from the B660 family, is one of two manufacturers with the H670s. There are many DDR4 RAM options on the list – 24 motherboards. Unlike Asus, all of MSI’s B-series devices are B660s, instead of B660s. And nearly all of the models on the list are ATX sized.
In the rest, Biostar only has 2 new motherboard models, belonging to the B660s group, but no specific details. Gigabyte offers a total of 13 products, of which 9 are B660, and the rest are H610 chipsets. Finally, ASRock will release 14 devices, mostly B660s, and a few H670s.
This list, if true, will give users a lot of cheap options when building a computer system based on Alder Lake processors.