Difference is minimal, possibly a difference in memory performance of around 5-8% but in this article they simply say if you aren't overclocking then go for the b360. https://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/3277-intel-b360-vs-z370-chipset-differences-benchmark-h370
On one of th tech sites they reviewed a B360 (MSI b360 mortar) and they found it strangely low performing .. about 10-12% or more , not sure if this true of all B360 boards (pmsi b360 mprtarlaceholder link) :/
It is but not all users are going to utilise all the bells and whistles. Pair this board with a 1070 and an I5 8400 and you will have a fantastic 1400p capable rig. Great for those who don't want to deal with overclocking etc. Personally I think that's all the fun but if people didn't buy these boards I suppose they wouldn't make em.
I wonder why people buy b360 stuff when z370p is going as low as 100 quid. I know its another 30 pound on top but isn't it worth all the bell and whistles?
Is this good for minig? Can support 6 gpu?