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    Where are the Z370 itx Motherboards

    Hi

    I've never actually ever before bought a cpu around launch - i wanted to build a small intel based system - found the Fractal Design Nano S case looked like just the thing smallish but many options - problem is then heard about Coffee Lake so halted my build and i'd actually like to put a 8600k in the box now - but only so far found 1 itx motherboard at any decent price - anyone want to enlighten me will others follow

    I know most coffee lake items are in short supply at moment i'm not in super rush but was hoping to have system in say the next month i have everything else apart from motherboard and cpu

    Thanks in Advance

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    Re: Where are the Z370 itx Motherboards

    Ok after researching i found a few itx motherboards most are around the 180 mark apart from the 1st one just thought it might help someone else so i'm creating this list

    Asrock Z370M-ITX/ac

    Asrock Fatal1ty Z370 Gaming-ITX/ac

    MSI Z370I GAMING PRO CARBON AC

    Asus ROG STRIX Z370-I

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    Re: Where are the Z370 itx Motherboards

    ITX boards usually come out a little later than the ATX ones. With Coffee lake, as I understand it, they are basically just slightly updated versions of the Z270 boards so perhaps we will see them sooner with this platform.

    Be aware though, the CPUs are real hard to get hold of right now and expect to see some "price gouging" until the stock issues have ironed out.

    I wouldnt buy anything right now, wait until the prices are much closer to what the original RRP is.

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    Re: Where are the Z370 itx Motherboards

    They're coming...

    We've had the main ATX versions all pop out at launch. Next up I expect manufacturers to start ramping their "flagship" models and uATX versions with the ITX generally a little later after these.

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    Re: Where are the Z370 itx Motherboards

    Thanks for input - i've already been waiting around a while i was hoping to get a pc this year i mean the few i have found is not a bad batch - ok not in budget - but it think they will come very soon as most motherboard appear like all they doing is changing the chipset

    With shortages i'm still hoping by mid Nov i'd have something up and running and for sake of 20 or 30 quid on a chip i'm not going to wait around for them to drop price

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