Intel Motherboards (2 products)

Your motherboard is one of the most essential parts of your computer, connecting the CPU, memory, and other elements of the PC so that they can communicate with each other. Whether you're planning a new build, or need to upgrade your motherboard to support the latest Intel processors, our range of Intel motherboards offers performance parts for a range of builds.

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Biostar J1800MH2 Ver. 6.1 Intel Celeron J1800 VGA HDMI 6-Channel HD Audio Micro ATX Motherboard

  • Intel Celeron J1800
  • 6-Channel HD Audio
  • Micro ATX Form Factor

£ 44.99  inc. vat

£ 37.49 ex. vat

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Asus ROG Dominus Extreme LGA 3647 DDR4 ATX Motherboard

  • Socket LGA 3647
  • Intel Xeon W-3175X processor
  • DDR4 4200 MHz
  • ATX Form Factor
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Biostar J1800MH2 Ver. 6.1 Intel Celeron J1800 VGA HDMI 6-Channel HD Audio Micro ATX Motherboard

  • Intel Celeron J1800
  • 6-Channel HD Audio
  • Micro ATX Form Factor

QuickFind: 709054

Mfr part code: J1800MH2

£ 44.99  inc. vat

£ 37.49 ex. vat

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Asus ROG Dominus Extreme LGA 3647 DDR4 ATX Motherboard

  • Socket LGA 3647
  • Intel Xeon W-3175X processor
  • DDR4 4200 MHz
  • ATX Form Factor

QuickFind: 879878

Mfr part code: ROG DOMINUS EXTREME

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An Intel Motherboard is incredibly important to your computer, connecting all the other components such as the graphics card, memory and drives together. If you have an Intel processor, you'll need an Intel Motherboard, but you'll also want to check which ITX form factor and RAM specification your build requires, alongside how many PCI slots are available.

Which Intel Motherboard is best?

This depends on what you're specifically using your motherboard for. If you don't need a motherboard for gaming, you can't go far wrong with the Gigabyte Z390 series - it's a well-rounded high performer, and very reasonably priced.

What socket do Intel Motherboards use?

The socket is where the CPU connects to the Intel motherboard, and you need to make sure that the socket of the CPU and the motherboard are the same specification for it to work effectively. Look out for Socket 1151, Socket 2066 and Socket 3647 for an Intel motherboard.

Which motherboards are best for gaming?

If you're an avid gamer, your Intel motherboard should be able to keep up with you. Intel has a range of fantastic motherboards for gaming, including the Asus Z390 ROG MAXIMUS XI and the MSI MPG Z390 GAMING EDGE AC. Both of these Intel motherboards are highly regarded for their power, performance and reliability when it comes to gaming.

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