What chipset is Z270?
Intel® Z270 is a single-chipset design that supports 7th Generation and 6th Generation Intel LGA1151 Core™ i7/Core i5/Core i3/Pentium® /Celeron® processors.
When was Z270 released?
Kaby Lake chipsets (200 series)
|Intel Optane Memory Support||Yes, requires Core i3/i5/i7 CPU|
|Chipset TDP||6 W|
|Chipset lithography||22 nm|
|Release date||January 3, 2017|
What CPU can I use with Z270?
CPU support list
|Intel Core i7-7700 BX80677I77700||LGA1151||65W|
|Intel Core i7-6700 BX80662I76700||LGA1151||65W|
|Intel Core i5-6600K BX80662I56600K||LGA1151||91W|
|Intel Core i5-6600 BX80662I56600||LGA1151||65W|
What is the launch date for the Z370 chipsets?
Z370 vs Z390 Specifications
|Launch||October 2017||October 2018|
|USB 3.1 (10Gbps) Ports||0||6|
|USB 3.0 (5Gbps) Ports||10||10|
|Maximum Total USB Ports||14||14|
•Oct 8, 2018
What chipset is Intel 11th Gen?
10th Generation Intel® Desktop Processors and 11th Generation Intel® Desktop Processors use the LGA1200 socket and require motherboards based on Intel® 400 Series Desktop Chipset or Intel® 500 Series Desktop Chipsets.