ECS has announced its latest mini-ITX motherboard, known as the H410H6-TI2. Powered by a single 19V DC connector, this board also uses SODIMM memory instead of full-size DIMMs.
As implied by the name, the board from ECS uses the budget-friendly Intel H410 chipset and the LGA 1200 socket. The H410H6-TI2 supports Intel 10th Gen Core processors with up to a 65W TDP, making it possible for a single 19V DC jack to power the board. This motherboard also supports HDMI 1.4a with an output resolution of up to 1920X1200.
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Interestingly, the board supports just two DDR4 SO-DIMM slots, capable of housing a maximum of 32GB RAM at 2933MHz, so regular-sized DIMMs are not supported. There's also one M.2 slot, two SATA 3.0 6Gb/s connectors, and one M.2 wireless adapter slot, while USB connectivity is taken care of thanks to four USB 3.2 Gen ports and two USB 2.0 Gen ports. Ethernet is handled by a Realtek 8111H Gigabit Fast Ethernet Controller, alongside a Realtek ALC662 audio chip.
ECS is yet to announce pricing or a release date for the H410H6-TI2. Additional information can be found on the product page HERE.
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