Product on Review: B360M Mortar Titanium
Manufacturer & Sponsor: MSI
Street Price: £100 GBP - $100 USD - $169 AUD
The Intel 300-Series platform made its first appearance towards the end of last year. The Intel Z370 chipset is of course reserved for enthusiasts and gamers who want access to the full-range of features including the ability to overclock Intel K-Series CPUs.
Following on from the success of Intel Z370, today Intel unveils the H370, B360 and H310 chipsets; all of which focus on mainstream users who do not require all of the features Z370 brings, nor the heavier price-tag. The new chipsets are designed to appeal to system builders wanting a better value for money experience when pairing up with a non-K Intel Coffee Lake CPU such as the Intel Core i7-8700, Core i5-8400 or Core i3-8100.
In our next review we have the MSI B360M Mortar Titanium in the spotlight. This motherboard dips into two of MSI’s renowned series – Mortar (Micro-ATX) and Titanium (Grey, contrast design). A brief glimpse of the styling quickly reveals a rather unique looking solution which is sure to turn heads and allow those wanting to create a light coloured theme with a good foundation.
As a world leading gaming brand, MSI's goal is to become the most trusted name in gaming and e-sport. We've dedicated countless hours and committed numerous resources to the eSports community to support the world's most aspiring and best gamers and use their knowledge and expertise in our products in return. The insistence on 100% in-house design and manufacturing gives MSI the solid capability to implement innovative ideas and optimized design in our products.