Intel B760 motherboards to be at least 100 RMB (14 USD) more expensive than B660

Published: Dec 27th 2022, 09:43 GMT   Comments

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Intel B760 motherboard on sale January 5th

According to early reports from Chinese motherboard suppliers, the price for the new generation of ‘mid-range’ series is to increase gen-to-gen. 

BoardChannels, the source of all channel whispers claims that Taiwanese-based motherboard makers are now set to ship B760 motherboards to distributors. This shipping will commence this week. The most popular brands such as ASUS, Gigabyte and MSI are all based in Taiwan.

Furthermore, it is said that the price of the new generation of B760 motherboards is to increase by around 100 Yuan (14 USD). This is the average price increase for cheaper variants, however, customized models with more advanced power delivery and features will go for 200 to 300 Yuan more compared to last-gen, claims the report.

INTEL B760 series of new motherboards will soon be on sale, Taiwan factory shipments for the first, is expected from this week, Asus Gigabyte MSI and other brands, are likely to be shipped in advance of this week and laying action: the new motherboard INTEL B750 series.

This week you can focus on the arrival of the new INTEL B760 series motherboard, the brands will be shipped this week, the regional general agents around the end of this week can arrive, but only allow the first official launch on January 5.

B760 series of new models may initially be positioned high, and B660 cost price comparison, predicted at least in about 730 yuan above the cost of pricing, compared to the B660 series to be more than 100 yuan expensive, B760 high specifications than B660 high specifications to be at least another 200-300 yuan.

— Board Channels (machine translation)

Update: Hardware leaker chi11eddog revealed the pricing for MSI’s upcoming B760 motherboard range. Pricing will vary from $169 for PRO B760-A WIFI DDR4 to $209 for B760 I EDGE WIFI. Should this pricing be correct, then the next-gen MSI board may actually be ~10% cheaper than B660 series at launch, but still visibly pricier than current retail price.


The reports do not reveal any information on the H770 upper mid-range series. There are leaks featuring such boards already clearly indicating that this chipset is to launch at the same time. Compared to the flagship Z790 series, the H770 and B760 will see reduced number of supported PCIe lanes, narrower DMI channel or lack of certain features, such as improved overclocking.

Intel 700-series motherboard specifications, Source: Expreview

The new 700-series motherboards are reportedly set to launch on January 5th, just as Intel releases its 13th Gen Core non-K desktop processors.

Source: BoardChannels, Expreview

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