Hello friends how are you! welcome to a new video for the channel
welcome to Tecnoreviews my name is Cristian and I’m going to introduce you to the motherboard H370 of Aorus
today we are not going to do the typical review the technical specifications and others of the mother
but we are going to make a direct comparison with the Z370 because many of you were there
raising a doubt that it is at the time of Without further ado, we begin !.
Before starting, let’s go over the a wifi antenna, which will also help us improve our bluetooth connections a backplate branded with the Aorus logo
two sata cables of excellent quality a sticker with the Aorus logo a g-connector that will facilitate the installation of the mother in our cabinet
a wifi m.2 board and finally an installation guide along with their respective drivers. In the visual section has the pcb bright black integrating aluminum dissipators in the phases of feeding
the chipset and in one of the M.2 ports. As for its format, it is of the ATX type and has the same
measurements with respect to the Z370 model. generation called Coffee Lake.
Turning to the technical section, it has a connector one of the main differences with respect to the Z370. And is that while it has ultra durable capacitors and
very good quality mosfet chipset H370 overclock neither in ram memory and in the processor.
Therefore it is advisable not to mount processors that have the letter K since they are just unlocked by overclock and not it would make sense to mount a processor of this type if they are going to use with stock frequencies.
In the section of ram memory has four since it only supports frequencies up to 2666 mhz
which is the native frequency of the memory controller of the Coffee Lake series. Recall that if you had the unlocked multiplier we could Overclock our ram memories without any limits. As for its slot, it has 2 pci-express which
they integrate the Ultradurable technology that is a kind of aluminum reinforcement that will protect the baseboards
if we install a bulky graphic card and especially heavy. And here we find another significant difference with respect to the Z370. And is that having a smaller number of Pci Express lines, in this case 20 we will not be able to perform SLI configurations being only compatible with Amd crossfire configurations. The rest quite similar, we will find with three sockets m2 of which two are compatible with Intel Optane
and the rest we will use it to install the wireless network card that Aorus provides us.
If we look at its rear connectors roughly, we will notice that the only difference between both models are two usb ports 3.1 yellow which are these that serve for fast loading.
In the storage section, there is practically no difference since both integrate 6 sata ports, with a transfer speed of 6gbits compatible with raid configurations 0,1,5 and 10.
In the section of sound, we have the same Realtek Alc 1220 chipset which like the Z370 model is accompanied by nichicon capacitors with Japanese. As for what would be the set of technologies that provides Aorus in the model Z370 we will be able to enjoy
of all of them in the H370 model Even the smallest detail.
We will also have Rgb Fusion technology, with which we will not only be able to customize the lighting that the mother has
but also we will be able to configure the rgb LED strips that you install in its two connectors that integrates as standard. I recommend that if you want to internalize each one of
the sections and technologies that this mother has exepting the differences that we mentioned in the analysis the rest in terms of technologies and others is quite similar
so if you want to take a look we leave the link in the description. Arriving at the end of the analysis while we leave some background shots, we will respond the main question of this video.
That is, in which case it is recommended to use a motherboard H370 and what differences there are with respect to the model Z370. Basically if we are going to build a build with a processor that has the letter k at the end As it can be the i5 8600K or an i7 8700k I recommend you go if or if for a mother Z370. Why do we say this?
Because these models are unlocked for overclock and the H370 having the blocked multiplier do not have the possibility of squeezing the maximum said processors, on the other hand
if we want to build a multi-gpu configuration with Nvidia how could it be two 1080 ti connected simultaneously, I also recommend going for a Z370 since we remind you again that the H370 has fewer lines pci-express is not compatible with this technology. Broadly speaking these are the only two differences between the H370 and the Z370.
So if we want to build a build with a non-K processor that is, it is not unlocked for overclock and not let’s plan to mount an SLI configuration The H370 model is an excellent choice!
since we will be able to enjoy all Until here the video, if you liked it, do not forget to share it, like it and subscribe!
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