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Default H170 and B150 chipsets arrive on Asus' mainstream Skylake mobos

Hot on the heels of Intel's full Skylake launch, Asus is ready with a slate of motherboards based on Intel's more mass-market H170, B150, H110, and Q170 chipsets. Many of the same features found in the company's Z170 boards have made the journey down to the lower end of the lineup, which may make them the perfect companion to your new best friend, the Core i3-6320. Much like its lineup of Z170 boards, Asus has two mobo families for the new chipsets: Signature Series and Pro Gaming.

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