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Was looking for a deal on z390 but the ccl deal with ssd didnt feel like a deal. This however seems great with m.2 thrown in even if its just for booting windows and 1-2 heavy storage games
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The Intel Z390 chipset is the flagship chipset for Intel 9th generation Core processors, codename Coffee Lake. It supports two graphics cards, the most USB ports and is required for overclocking. These particular boards are full size ATX designs with maximum expandability.
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This is a great price, wish intel boards were as cheap as AMD boards though.

I bought a nvme 240gb, so dont really need that, I can't justify the 100 quid spend to myself.
kencol30/05/2020 08:38

This is a great price, wish intel boards were as cheap as AMD boards …This is a great price, wish intel boards were as cheap as AMD boards though.I bought a nvme 240gb, so dont really need that, I can't justify the 100 quid spend to myself.


That drive can be sold for £25 with ebay fee free promo. Even if you auction it now before it arrives on Monday/tuesday
£80 for a z390 isn't bad at all
Edited by: "CivilDrone" 30th May
I'm still eligible to return the integral nvme I paid 33.56 to Amazom for...so can say 66.43 for the board? Hmmmm
Edited by: "kencol" 30th May
kencol30/05/2020 08:44

I'm still eligible to return the integral nvme I paid 33.56 to Amazom …I'm still eligible to return the integral nvme I paid 33.56 to Amazom for...so can say 66.43 for the board? Hmmmm



decisions decisions! Amazons customer service is pretty amazing when it comes to things like that
Only thing is, the m2 green is only 545mb sec read, so dont want that.
kencol30/05/2020 08:48

Only thing is, the m2 green is only 545mb sec read, so dont want that.


That's pretty good for an ssd. NVME will get you more read/write but for a price!
Great for the price,(& Have voted Hot) but have to agree that the performance difference between SATA & NVME is quite large and worthy of the price premium (In my humble opinion). I think I'd rather have the 256GB Rocket for £49ish and then choose your MoBo tbh,
Edited by: "_Stuart_" 30th May
Good board this, I got one just after New Year for £60.
_Stuart_30/05/2020 10:57

Great for the price,(& Have voted Hot) but have to agree that the …Great for the price,(& Have voted Hot) but have to agree that the performance difference between SATA & NVME is quite large and worthy of the price premium (In my humble opinion). I think I'd rather have the 256GB Rocket for £49ish and then choose your MoBo tbh,



If its a budget-mid build, with 1-2 games in mind its worth it
i picked up sabrent rocket 500gb nvme on amazon for £45, bargain of the century!
kencol30/05/2020 08:38

This is a great price, wish intel boards were as cheap as AMD boards …This is a great price, wish intel boards were as cheap as AMD boards though.I bought a nvme 240gb, so dont really need that, I can't justify the 100 quid spend to myself.


Intel boards are as cheap normally? You're looking at the top-end Z390, but B360/365 are a lot cheaper and more in-line with AMD B450 boards.
CivilDrone30/05/2020 08:40

That drive can be sold for £25 with ebay fee free promo. Even if you …That drive can be sold for £25 with ebay fee free promo. Even if you auction it now before it arrives on Monday/tuesday£80 for a z390 isn't bad at all


Your time and energy, plus the chance of getting done over - I'd keep the SSD as a spare, I am always short on space on my desktops (laptops not so much) and I'm sure many will keep it as a spare game drive or another build.
plewis0030/05/2020 11:39

Intel boards are as cheap normally? You're looking at the top-end Z390, …Intel boards are as cheap normally? You're looking at the top-end Z390, but B360/365 are a lot cheaper and more in-line with AMD B450 boards. Your time and energy, plus the chance of getting done over - I'd keep the SSD as a spare, I am always short on space on my desktops (laptops not so much) and I'm sure many will keep it as a spare game drive or another build.


The cheapest board with x4 support for NVME is about £55-£60 for intel, they seem to be c. £40-45 quid for thee cheapest AMD to support x4 NVME.
kencol30/05/2020 12:18

The cheapest board with x4 support for NVME is about £55-£60 for intel, t …The cheapest board with x4 support for NVME is about £55-£60 for intel, they seem to be c. £40-45 quid for thee cheapest AMD to support x4 NVME.


What £40 AM4 board supports NVMe vs a £60 Intel one?
Just a point on the small SSD, but rather than use it as a boot drive or a drive specifically for a few apps or doing the old 'square pegs into a round hole' routine to try and fill it efficiently, look into using Windows Storage Spaces to combine its capacity with that of another (or multiple other) SSDs, so that all of your runt SSDs can become a single volume. It takes all the pain out of distributring data efficiently to each drive, so's not to waste capacity.
Amazing price... better than the ssd with the other deal, and £10 cheaper.
plewis0030/05/2020 12:20

What £40 AM4 board supports NVMe vs a £60 Intel one?


Gigabyte A320M-S2H about 43 quid, haven't looked further than that.
CivilDrone30/05/2020 08:55

That's pretty good for an ssd. NVME will get you more read/write but for a …That's pretty good for an ssd. NVME will get you more read/write but for a price!

kencol30/05/2020 14:15

Gigabyte A320M-S2H about 43 quid, haven't looked further than that.


A320 is an obsolete chipset, no-one really buys them that's why they're so cheap - limited support for 3rd gen Ryzen if any at all. B450 and upwards is the comparative model to the Intel 300-series boards.
Well where is the board that will take my i3 9100f with x4 nvme and at c. 43 quid?
kencol30/05/2020 14:19

Well where is the board that will take my i3 9100f with x4 nvme and at c. …Well where is the board that will take my i3 9100f with x4 nvme and at c. 43 quid?


£43 is the price of an obsolete AMD A320 board...

B450 boards are usually £60+. This board is therefore the closest:
amazon.co.uk/ASR…8-3

Though you can get H310 boards for less. Not sure why you're so hung up on NVMe 4x either, unless you are just transferring files you probably wouldn't notice with just 2x and at the low-end it doesn't actually matter as it's not the bottleneck - most forums say that 2x and 4x have barely any speed difference, they still have the low-latency required.
plewis0030/05/2020 14:29

£43 is the price of an obsolete AMD A320 board...B450 boards are usually …£43 is the price of an obsolete AMD A320 board...B450 boards are usually £60+. This board is therefore the closest:https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASRock-Intel-Chipset-Motherboard-B365M-HDV/dp/B07RTXH3PG/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=b360+intel&qid=1590845195&sr=8-3Though you can get H310 boards for less. Not sure why you're so hung up on NVMe 4x either, unless you are just transferring files you probably wouldn't notice with just 2x and at the low-end it doesn't actually matter as it's not the bottleneck - most forums say that 2x and 4x have barely any speed difference, they still have the low-latency required.


I couldn't find a board for my i3 9100f with x4 nvme for anywhere near 60 pounds
kencol30/05/2020 14:40

I couldn't find a board for my i3 9100f with x4 nvme for anywhere near 60 …I couldn't find a board for my i3 9100f with x4 nvme for anywhere near 60 pounds


I literally linked you one in my last message...

Here - again:
amazon.co.uk/ASR…8-3

I also said you don't need NVMe (4x PCIe) with a low-end build as 2x would do then you can pay even less but this board is under £60 delivered and has 4x.
plewis0030/05/2020 14:58

I literally linked you one in my last message...Here - …I literally linked you one in my last message...Here - again:https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASRock-Intel-Chipset-Motherboard-B365M-HDV/dp/B07RTXH3PG/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=b360+intel&qid=1590845195&sr=8-3I also said you don't need NVMe (4x PCIe) with a low-end build as 2x would do then you can pay even less but this board is under £60 delivered and has 4x.


Seriously thinking of buying this one, thanks.
kencol30/05/2020 15:16

Seriously thinking of buying this one, thanks.


I'm only trying to show that Intel and AMD boards are pretty equally priced now that AMD are producing competitive chips again.

I'm glad if that has helped though, I used that board for someone's build the other day (at their request) and no complaints - also with a 9th gen i5 and 4x NVMe boot drive.
plewis0030/05/2020 15:29

I'm only trying to show that Intel and AMD boards are pretty equally …I'm only trying to show that Intel and AMD boards are pretty equally priced now that AMD are producing competitive chips again.I'm glad if that has helped though, I used that board for someone's build the other day (at their request) and no complaints - also with a 9th gen i5 and 4x NVMe boot drive.


I'd bought an Asus Prime, but by the time I compared prices, the model I ended up buying didn't have an m2 slot, I could blame google for not displaying like for like models I searched for, but it's my own fault, I should have checked. So I have an nvme ssd sitting there. I genuinely didn't see anything I liked the look of for less than about £80 before now.
kencol30/05/2020 15:39

I'd bought an Asus Prime, but by the time I compared prices, the model I …I'd bought an Asus Prime, but by the time I compared prices, the model I ended up buying didn't have an m2 slot, I could blame google for not displaying like for like models I searched for, but it's my own fault, I should have checked. So I have an nvme ssd sitting there. I genuinely didn't see anything I liked the look of for less than about £80 before now.


Are you sure? I thought all board from Skylake (2016) onwards pretty much had M.2 (PCIe or SATA) slots, many with more than 1, I don't recall seeing many/any modern boards without this. What was the other board - was it the ASUS H310M-K?
ASUS PRIME H310M-R R2.0 INTEL H310 DDR4 MICRO-ATX MOTHERBOARD - LGA 1151
plewis0030/05/2020 15:42

Are you sure? I thought all board from Skylake (2016) onwards pretty much …Are you sure? I thought all board from Skylake (2016) onwards pretty much had M.2 (PCIe or SATA) slots, many with more than 1, I don't recall seeing many/any modern boards without this. What was the other board - was it the ASUS H310M-K?



ASUS PRIME H310M-R R2.0 INTEL H310 DDR4 MICRO-ATX MOTHERBOARD - LGA 1151
kencol30/05/2020 15:47

ASUS PRIME H310M-R R2.0 INTEL H310 DDR4 MICRO-ATX MOTHERBOARD - LGA 1151 …ASUS PRIME H310M-R R2.0 INTEL H310 DDR4 MICRO-ATX MOTHERBOARD - LGA 1151 ASUS PRIME H310M-R R2.0 INTEL H310 DDR4 MICRO-ATX MOTHERBOARD - LGA 1151


Very similar board to the H310M-K. Well, whatever you get, it will be a higher end board than the H310M-R/K, the Z390-P is one of the better ones so it's up to you.
I was considering gigabyte h310m s2h 2.0 and thats matx
CivilDrone30/05/2020 16:30

I was considering gigabyte h310m s2h 2.0 and thats matx


The Asrock above is mATX isn't it? Board looks small, but cant see mATX on the blurb.
plewis0030/05/2020 14:58

I literally linked you one in my last message...Here - …I literally linked you one in my last message...Here - again:https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASRock-Intel-Chipset-Motherboard-B365M-HDV/dp/B07RTXH3PG/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=b360+intel&qid=1590845195&sr=8-3I also said you don't need NVMe (4x PCIe) with a low-end build as 2x would do then you can pay even less but this board is under £60 delivered and has 4x.

Edited by: "kencol" 30th May
kencol30/05/2020 16:49

The Asrock above is mATX isn't it? Board looks small, but cant see mATX on …The Asrock above is mATX isn't it? Board looks small, but cant see mATX on the blurb.


The Asrock I linked and the Gigabyte H310M-S2H are mATX format, yes. The Z390-P here is full-size ATX.
plewis0030/05/2020 16:50

The Asrock I linked and the Gigabyte H310M-S2H are mATX format, yes. The …The Asrock I linked and the Gigabyte H310M-S2H are mATX format, yes. The Z390-P here is full-size ATX.


Thanks, my chassis is matx.
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