Motherboards - Intel

Need help choosing the right board? Read our Intel Motherboard Buying Guide

The motherboard is the central hub of a PC, the board to which every other main component connects – CPUs in the socket, memory in the DIMM slots, and GPUs, sound cards and other expansion cards in the PCI slots. Hard disks, SSDs, optical drives and front-panel ports also connect to it. Intel motherboards have numerous socket types, chipsets and form factors, so make sure you've got the right configuration before buying. Intel's latest product range includes the mainstream LGA1200 and high-end LGA2066 sockets used by the Z500 Series and X299 chipsets, respectively. Feel free to contact Scan for buying advice prior to purchase.

Intel Z590 Socket 1200 ATX & Larger Motherboards

The Intel Z590 chipset is the flagship chipset for Intel 10th and 11th generation Core processors, codename Comet Lake and Rocket Lake respectively. It supports 24 PCIe lanes, 14 USB ports and is required for overclocking. These particular boards are full size ATX designs with maximum expandability.

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Intel B460 Socket 1200 MicroATX Motherboards

The Intel B460 chipset is the mid-range chipset for Intel 10th generation Core processors, codename Comet Lake. It supports 16 PCIe lanes and 12 USB ports. These particular boards are small form factor micro-ATX designs with middling expandability.

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Intel Z390 Socket 1151 ATX & Larger Motherboards

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.

Please Note: Despite utilising the same LGA1151 socket as 200 & 100 Series Motherboards, ONLY Intel 8th and 9th gen 'Coffee Lake' CPUs are compatible with these Intel Z370 Motherboards.

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Motherboard Accessories

Accessories for motherboards. Additional items to compliment your motherboard. These are additional items by various motherboard manufacturers which give extra functionality such as card readers and input/output panels. Always check the compatability of the item in question to ensure it will work with your motherboard.
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