Intel is poised to unleash its next-gen Kaby Lake family of processors at CES 2017 in January, and now we're getting a glimpse of Colorful's incredible stack of 200-series motherboards.
Colorful's upcoming 200-series motherboards will use both the Z270 and B250 chipsets, and will fall into the iGame and Tomahawk series. Colorful's iGame Gamer Customization is their high-end motherboard that sports a slick red and black color scheme, and armor plating that is placed across the entire board.
The board will include an 8-pin power connector, 14-phase IPP digital power supply for overclocking, VRMs are found under large heat sinks for heat load management, 4 x DDR4 DIMMs that support up to 64GB, 3 x PCIe 3.0 x16 ports, 4 x PCIe x1 ports, 1 x M.2/U.2 port, and 6 x SATA 6Gbps ports. There's also Killer LAN, HDMI/DisplayPort outputs, USB 3.1, 6 x USB 3.0, and 8 x USB 2.0 ports. We should expect a price of $250 or so.
The full list of Colorful's 200-series motherboards:
- iGame Gamer Customization
- iGame YMIR X
- iGame YMIR U
- iGame Z270I-WF GAMING
- iGame B250 YMIR U
- iGame B250M YMIR U
- Tomahawk C.B250AK
- Tomahawk C.B250M-G
- Tomahawk C.B250M-P
- Tomahawk C.B250M-HD
- Tomahawk C.B250M-D
- Hongjun C.B250M -K
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