Intel recently officially confirmed that,The existing b460 and H410 middle and low-end mainboards are not compatible with the upcoming rocket Lake 11 core processor, only the high-end z490, h470 and the new generation 500 series can.
Just listed a year's motherboard is so broken? Is it really because of the lack of design materials and power supply?
Some foreign media learned from Intel,In fact, some batches of b460 and H410 chipsets are actually the renamed versions of the older generation, using the 22nm process, while z490 and h470 are the new 14nm process, a bit similar to the early H170 chipsets, which were renamed and downgraded to b365.
The main reason for this is that before Intel's 14nm process, the production capacity was too tight, so it could only give priority to the processor, while the chipset was not sensitive to the process (and almost no one cared).
Of course, as we said just now, some batches of b460 and H410 chipsets are 22nm, while some are new 14nm, and their technical features are more advanced. Theoretically, they can match the 11 generation core of rocket lake.
Of course, Intel won't make any effort to distinguish between them. It simply won't support them all.
Interestingly, some manufacturers claim that their b460 and H410 motherboards can also support the 11th generation of core. However, it is understood that they actually use the 14nm h470 chipset, such as the one we introduced beforeThe b460m ds3h V2 of Gigabyte.
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