Intel B250/H270 motherboards round-up: affordable basis for Kaby Lake

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Connectivity: Storage

Thanks to the many lanes that the chipsets offer for extra functionality, we find quite a few M.2-slots on these boards. In the table below you can find the total amount of M.2-slots, with next to that the amount that actually has four PCIe 3.0-lanes worth of bandwidth. After all we still see slots that only support for example SATA-based M.2-SSDs.

ASUS Strix B250G Gaming
Even this ASUS Strix B250G Gaming with an average price of about 89 pounds / 100 euros has two M.2-slots.

On every board the six SATA600-connectors offered by the chipset are utilized, without extra additions. Two Gigabyte boards even offer SATA-Express, but that standard truly went out quietly.

Motherboard SATA600 SATA-Express M.2 (x4)
ASRock Fatal1ty H270 Performance 6 - 2 (2)
ASUS Strix B250F Gaming 6 - 2 (1)
ASUS Strix B250G Gaming 6 - 2 (2)
ASUS Strix B250H Gaming 6 - 2 (2)
ASUS Strix H270F Gaming 6 - 2 (2)
Gigabyte B250-HD3P 6 1 1 (1)
Gigabyte B250M-DS3H 6 - 1 (1)
Gigabyte H270 Gaming 3 6 2 2 (2)
MSI B250M Mortar 6 - 1 (1)
MSI H270 Gaming M3 6 - 2 (2)

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