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ASUS Prime H370M-Plus/CSM LGA1151 (300 Series) DDR4 HDMI DVI VGA M.2 mATX Motherboard (Prime H370M-PLUS)
- Designed exclusively for 8th generation Intel Core processors to maximize your connectivity and speed with integrated dual M.2 slots with Intel Optane Memory compatibility and USB 3.1 Gen2
- 5X Protection III Hardware-level safeguards provide component longevity and reliability
- FanXpert 4 Core delivers advanced fan control for dynamic cooling
- ASUS OptiMem improves memory stability and performance by improving trace isolation between PCB layers to maintain signal integrity even at higher frequencies
- ASUS Corporate Stable Model complimentary advance replacement and long lifecycle
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Ready for 8th generation Intel Core processors, the Prime H370M-Plus/CSM delivers customizable performance. 5X Protection III with FanXpert 4 Core provides hardware-level safeguards. CrossFireX drives support for multiple GPUs, while dual M.2 slots and USB 3.1 Gen2 deliver maximum transfer speeds.
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Overall a great mobo.
Not sure if the board is DOA, if I have to go deeper in the BIOS settings to make it work at the right speed since there is about no info on the user's manual or online, or if it's something with the RAM (which I doubt since they work fine when used 1 at the time and no errors detected with several tools).
For info, this is the RAM I'm using:
HyperX FURY Black 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 CL16 DIMM Kit of 2 (HX426C16FBK2/32)
Note 1: This board only supports M-keyed m.2 SSD's - it will not recognize B-keyed m.2 SSD's - which I just recently discovered after buying the (lower cost) B-key m.2.
Note 2: it's taking 30+ seconds to boot up even if the magnetic hard drive is disconnected. Haven't figured that one out yet. (my Acer ssd laptop boots up in 9 seconds i Win10.)
Note 3: You can turn off the LED lights in the bios - you just have to search for the setting which is hidden under a toadstool.
It is very easy to overclock any processor because of the easy to read interface.
I have my i5-8600K overclocked to 5.0 GHz at 1.34v
A bit pricey for Canadian market.