Motherboard H510 Pro BTC+ for bitcoin miners coming soon

   Some initial images of ASRock's upcoming H510 Pro BTC+ Motherboard. This motherboard will be available for sale at the end of July, targeting customers as its name implies, none other than bitcoin miners.
   Looking through the picture, we can see, this main fruit is quite long and slim compared to traditional main types. This structure is for mining, not for normal gaming, so it is easy to understand when looking at the original design. With a length of 50.1×22.4cm wide, it will rest on supporting frames and graphics cards to form a “beak” instead of in a regular neat case. Mainboard uses LGA 1200 socket and H510 chipset compatible with Intel's Comet Lake and Rocket Lake processors.
   As you have observed, it has up to 6 PCIe 3.0 x 16 slots. But unfortunately only one main slot will run at x16 speed, and the rest will only run at x1. Main includes 4 different USB ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports and USB 3.2 Gen 1. An HDMI 1.4 port and an Ethernet network connection port. As for the hard drive, it will support both 110mm SATA 3 and M2sata. Memory has only one DDR4 slot and is limited to a maximum of 32GB, but it supports ECC on RAM which will help increase performance and stability when working. With so many graphics card and USB slots, the Main must definitely ensure a strong amount of power consumption. So it has up to 3 24Pin power ports and 4 Molex connections to help the mining rig operate as smoothly and smoothly as possible.
   It is expected to be sold globally with an initial price of 279 USD, about 6 million VND. Although the specific production quantity is not known yet, I personally think that in the current situation, the supply will be quite limited. According to some sources, on July 18, each person will only be allowed to buy up to 2 ASRock's Motherboard H510 Pro BTC+.