Well, the launch of Intel’s Z490 maybe getting some much needed headlines (albeit lacklustre) … it hasn’t forgotten the money-making mainstream market. And this is where we’ll find the H410 … which we expected as much. ASRock seems to be one of the first manufacturers to produce a whole series of H410 motherboards.
Taken from TPU … The H410 chipset denotes the entry-level for the upcoming LGA1200 platform. This chipset will go into the vast bulk of low-cost desktops powered by Pentium, Celeron, and Core i3 processors, which [usually] don’t game, and make do with integrated graphics. The lineup consists of mostly Micro-ATX boards, including the H410M-HDVP, H410M-HDVP2, H410M-HVS, H410M-HDV, and the H410M-HDV/M.2. These boards differ with a few differentiators such as HDMI, WLAN, and PCIe slots. The lineup also includes a Mini-ITX board in the H410M-ITX/ac, and a DTX board in the form of the H410M-HVS. All boards feature simple 5+2 phase VRM setups (a step up from the previous generation that used 3+1), which could slightly step up board costs.