H110 Motherboard for Intel Socket LGA1151

If the general shortcomings of H110, or those specific to Asus’ H110M-A M.2 are not a problem for you, choosing this board will serve you well. In all fairness, most of those shortcomings will be true of any manufacturer’s H110 board. It has a few more features than the sparsest of them though and is likely built a little better too.

  • Solidly built
  • Quality components
  • Good performance
  • Decent features for the chipset

Review by Tom’s Hardware

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H110 Motherboard for Intel Socket LGA1151

Intel’s H110 chipset offers the least amount of features of any chipset on the LGA1151 platform, but it is also the least expensive. In many ways, the H110 chipset has more in common with Intel’s last few generations of chipsets than the current 100-series. Intel opted to limit the chipset to the older DMI 2.0 that was first introduced with Sandy Bridge, while all other Intel 100-series chipsets use DMI 3.0 that has twice as much bandwidth. The H110 chipset also continues to use PCI-E 2.0 instead of the newer PCI-E 3.0 standard.