So this year Intel launched 7th generation KabyLake processors and z270 chipsets. And Yes now there are some new Z270 motherboards for your new rig. The new KabyLake CPUs still uses the LGA 1151 socket but to get the most from them we will need a Z270 Motherboard. Here is a list of 5 Z270 Motherboards for your new KabyLake build.
Top Five Z270 Motherboards
1) ASUS ROG Maximus IX Hero
Maximus IX Hero is an entry level ROG series motherboard by ASUS. This motherboard is built and designed for enthusiastic overclockers and gamers. Maximus IX Hero has a beautiful monochrome design along with an RGB lighted ROG logo on the heatsink and rear I/O cover which will definitely match you PC’s color theme. This motherboard features dual M.2 slots and complete overclocking features. For a price range between 229-250$ this is one the best enthusiast grade ROG boards.Actually, this board is more than what many people need. Shop now on Amazon or Newegg
2) ASUS STRIX Z270F
STRIX Z270 is also part of the ROG family, this board is designed for gaming with more gaming aesthetics and functions. This board supports 2-way SLI or 3-way crossfire. STRIX Z270 also features dual M.2 slots, dual RGB headers, and RGB light at the rear I/O cover which can be controlled with their AURA software.
3) MSI Z270 Gaming M3
This Z270 board competes with the ASUS ROG Strix Z270F but MSI’s Mystic Light software is not as good as ASUS’s AURA SYNC. But this board balances between gaming and enthusiasm. This board is board is priced around $159. MSI Z270 Gaming M3 has a red on black atheistic.
4) ASRock Z270 Gaming K6
ASRock always has some nice PCB designs that motivate the gamers. made with ASRock Super Alloy. This board is priced around $160 and is good for ASRock fans. The heatsink and rear I/O cover is RGB lighted.
5) GIGABYTE Aorus GA-Z270X-Gaming 7
This motherboard from Gigabyte has a white on black design with RGB at most possible places. This enthusiast-grade board is priced around $230.