The Box and Packaging
The box and packaging is a little drab, but hey … as long as you get the instruction manual, I/O shield, SATA cables and M.2 screws … I think you’ll be fine.
A Closer Look
The micro ATX form factor means that a lot of the features are crammed in to this board. What do like about micro ATX boards, is the ability to run multi-GPU configuration … that’s if the chipset allows it. In the case of the B365 … yes it does.
You’ll find 2 x M.2 slots for your SSDs, 1 x full coverage M.2 heatsink, 4 x DDR4 DIMM slots for memory speeds of upt o DDR4-2666. PCI-E steel slot, pin-out header for your Polychrome RGB.
There’s a total 6 x SATA ports for your HDD or ROM drives, and on the rear I/O panel, there’s 2 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1, 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 2, USB Type-C connector, gigabit LAN, HD audio connectors, PS/2 connector for your keyboard and mouse, HDMI, Displayport and even a DVI output.