MSI H310-F PRO is the first mining motherboard for Coffee Lake CPUs

Published: 23rd Mar 2018, 20:37 GMT   Comments

MSI H310-F PRO

Is mining craze finally over? Well, we still can’t buy graphics we want, at the price we want. This is mostly thanks to miners and really low GPU and memory supply to board partners. Despite those facts, MSI still thinks that mining motherboards are needed, so they made a new one for the LGA1151 socket, but this time for Coffee Lake SKUs, such as upcoming Pentium and Celerons (which are often the most popular choice for miners).

The MSI H310-F PRO can handle 13 graphics cards at the time. There are 12 PCIe x1 and one full-sized PCIe x16 slot. Molex power connectors are provided for additional GPU power. There are two DDR4 DIMMs and four fan connectors. Looks like a perfect board for miners, not so much for anyone else.

MSI H310-F PRO motherboard has space for additional 5 PCIe x1 slots, but due to chipset limitations, those are unavailable (they are likely to be utilized by B360-based motherboards).


 




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