++ You can buy the ASRock H370 Pro4/A/ASRK Mainboard for a price of approx. 110 Euro (07/2018). It is in the lower price segment of the Intel LGA 1151 motherboards.
The ASRock H370 Pro4 Intel LGA 1151 DDR4 ATX motherboard is a solid motherboard for current Intel Coffee Lake LGA1151 processors, offers a good basic equipment, however by the Intel H370 there is no overclocking!
The H370 Pro4 motherboard offers as basic equipment a total of five PCI Express slots, six SATA3 ports, two fast Ultra M.2 32Gb/s slots, another M.2 Key-E slot e.g. for a WiFi module, one USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C, one USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-A, up to six possible USB 3.1 Gen1 ports (formerly USB 3.0), up to five possible USB 2.0 ports, one Gigabit LAN port, 7.1 sound with content protection, analog sound output via three jacks, four DDR4 slots, ASRock A-Tuning software for fan control in Windows and much more.
All in all, the ASRock H370 Pro4 motherboard is nothing for overclockers, because with the Intel H370 chipset it has no CPU overclocking settings. It also offers a little less basic equipment than most Intel Z370 counterparts of ASRock, for the native H370 USB ports there are currently (still?) no Windows 7 drivers and it has no RGB illumination. But if you are looking for an inexpensive motherboard for Intel LGA1151 CPUs of the 8th generation without OC options and without RGB blingbling 😉 for Windows 10, you could buy it. In an upcoming ASRock B360 motherboard review we will soon compare all differences between Intel Z370, H370 and B360.
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* All Intel LGA 1151 motherboard reviews since 01.07.2018 are based on an Intel Core i7-8700K CPU, MSI Radeon R9 280 Twin Frozr Gaming 3GB PCI Express 3.0 video card, 4x 16GB Ballistix Sport DDR4-2666 memory modules, Cooler Master Silent Pro M 600W power supply unit and the following software configuration: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, SiSoftware Sandra, Futuremark PCMark10, 3DMark and 3DMark06 (OC software is available in the Links & Downloads section). All benchmark results only offer a comparison among themselves for a rough motherboard performance comparison.