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Chinese Intel H310 Motherboard Comes With An Integrated GTX 1650 GPU

H310 Motherboard
Zeal-All ZA-KB1650 H310 Motherboard

Earlier today, Zeal-All, a Chinese motherboard manufacturer, revealed its upcoming Intel H310 motherboard. It appears that they’ve managed to integrate an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 GPU into an Intel LGA1151 socket.

It seems like Zeal-All wants to revolutionize computer hardware because they unveiled their ZA-SK1050 motherboard with integrated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GPU almost a week ago. It’s still a bombshell why the hardware community has been unaware of Zeal-All up until now.

The ZA-KB1650 seems to be Zeal-All’s recent manufacture. Contrary to stereotypes regarding Chinese hardware, the motherboard is actually promising and performs well too. YouTube hardware-connoisseur, Linus Sebastian, recently reviewed the company’s inexplicable B150 motherboard a while ago, and it performs as advertised.

Zeal-All H310 Motherboard Specifications:

Similar to the ZA-SK1050, the ZA-KB1650 is based around the LGA1151 socket. However, the ZA-KB1650 supports more up-to-date chipsets, with the H310C motherboard supporting up to Intel 9th Generation CPUs.

ZA-KB1650

The H310 motherboard is 234.95 x 197.48 mm, making it something between a Flex-ATX and a Micro-ATX. Unfortunately for budget-build consumers, the motherboard does not support overclocking. Moreover, there are no 24-pin or 8-pin EPS power connectors on the motherboard. If it wasn’t obvious already, the ZA-KB1650 extracts power solely from its 19V DC port.

Coming to the focus of this motherboard; the integrated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650. Zeal-All has a thing for NVIDIA, which makes sense since NVIDIA GPUs come with a mere 75W TDP. The H310 motherboard features a more future-paced GPU, the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650. Since it’s an integrated GPU, it is embedded into the motherboard – no substitution.

ZA-KB1650

The motherboard only provides two SO-DIMM DDR4 RAM slots; supporting a maximum of 32GB with memory-speeds being restricted to DDR4-2133. Unfortunately, there’s only one SATA III port on the motherboard, but there is an M.2 port that supports up to 80 mm SSDs.

The H310 motherboard has three 4-pin fan connectors, one LVDS header, three USB 2.0 headers, two parallel ports, a front-panel header, a speaker header, an invert header, and CFPA headers. When it comes to display ports, the motherboard provides one HDMI and two DisplayPort outputs.

The ZA-KB1650 includes three Gigabit Ethernet ports, based on Intel’s I211 controller, and an exclusive M.2 port for M.2 WiFi cards. Similar to the ZA-SK1050, the ZA-KB1650 also features the Realtek ALC662 audio-codec. The rear-panel includes four USB 3.0 ports alongside two 3.5 mm audio-ports.

Noteworthy Features:

  • Support for PoE (Power over Ethernet),
  • Temperature, voltage, and power monitoring,
  • Compatibility with Windows 7, Windows 8, and Linux.

Zeal-All H310 Motherboard Price & Release Date:

As of now, Zeal-All has not revealed the price or release date for the H310 motherboard. However, the ZA-SK1050 costs around $345 on Alibaba, so we can assume that the ZA-KB1650 will be a bit more expensive than that.

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