A lot of motherboards have more than enough fan headers and the PWM-support is solid in all cases. Only the Gigabyte HD3P and the ASUS Z370-I are a little undersized in this regard, but in the case of the ASUS it is because of the ITX-format.
Note that the Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Gaming 7 is the only board that has a fan for cooling the mosfets. This is not a positive characteristic in our opinion. Other overclocking features are mostly found on the more expensive models. ASRock offers on-board buttons for power/reset and problem diagnosis on both the Gaming K6 as well as the Taichi. ASUS adds voltage measuring points to this on the Maximus X Hero, but on the regular ROG Strix-boards all of these features are missing.
Both Gigabyte and MSI offer one board with overclocking features, respectively the Z370 Aorus Gaming 7 and the MSI Z370 Godlike Gaming.
(of which PWM)
|Mosfet cooling||Voltage measuring points||Problem diagnosis||On-board buttons|
|ASRock Z370 Killer SLI||4 (4)||Passive|
|ASRock Z370 Extreme4||5 (5)||Passive|
|ASRock Z370 Gaming K6||5 (5)||Passive|
|ASRock Z370 Taichi||5 (5)||Passive|
|ASUS Prime Z370-A||6 (6)||Passive|
|ASUS ROG Maximus X Hero||8 (8)||Passive|
|ASUS ROG Strix Z370-E Gaming||6 (6)||Passive|
|ASUS ROG Strix Z370-F Gaming||6 (6)||Passive|
|ASUS ROG Strix Z370-I Gaming||3 (3)||Passive|
|ASUS TUF Z370-Pro Gaming||5 (5)||Passive|
|Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Gaming 7||8 (8)||Active|
|Gigabyte Z370 Aorus Ultra Gaming||6 (6)||Passive|
|Gigabyte Z370-HD3||4 (4)||Passive|
|Gigabyte Z370-HD3P||3 (3)||Passive|
|MSI Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon AC||6 (6)||Passive|
|MSI Z370 Godlike Gaming||8 (8)||Passive|
|MSI Z370 SLI Plus||6 (6)||Passive|