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Motherboard

MSI H110I Pro Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard

(15 Ratings, 4.3 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

MSI

Part #

H110I Pro

Manufacturer

MSI

Socket / CPU

LGA1151

Form Factor

Mini ITX

RAM Slots

2

Max RAM

32 GB

Color

Black / Silver

Chipset

Intel H110

Memory Type

DDR4

Memory Slots

2

Memory Speed

DDR4-2133

PCI-E x16 Slots

1

PCI-E x8 Slots

0

PCI-E x4 Slots

0

PCI-E x1 Slots

0

PCI Slots

0

Onboard Ethernet

1 x 1000 Mbit/s

SATA 6 Gb/s

4

M.2 Slots

1

mSATA Slots

0

Onboard Video

Depends on CPU

Onboard USB3.0 Headers

Yes

Supports ECC

No

Wireless Networking

No

RAID Support

No

Price History

    Reviews

    loafidelity
    • 82 points
    • 31 months ago

    from completed build Tiny Stealthy Gaming Rig

    I was a bit nervous about getting such a basic motherboard, but it was definitely the right call. If you're not overclocking there's no reason to get a Z series chipset. And in an ITX board the additional PCIe lanes that the pricier H and B series chipsets offer are useless as you've only got the one PCIe connector and you're using that for graphics. So H110 is the winner!

    I wanted an M.2 slot to keep cabling to a minimum, and while the one on this board only runs at 20Gb/s Gen2 x 4 speeds not the full 32Gb/s that Gen3 x 4 offers, it's still waaaaay faster than a SATA connected SSD.

    And while USB 3.1 Gen 2 or Thunderbolt 3 and wifi would be nice to have, I don't think I would have used them and haven't really missed it.

    All in all for less than AU$100 this board is incredible value. Plus it's black. And there's no ******* RGB anything on it.

    ped90
    • 59 points
    • 40 months ago

    from completed build Eastwood

    Great motherboard. Position of some of the sockets/plugs may be an issue for some, but I didn't need most of them for my build.

    Z3DM4N
    • 48 points
    • 34 months ago

    from completed build Purity

    Perfect budget itx mobo with a black - yes black pcb and not a horrible brown. USB 3.0 and good port placement means I'm happy.

    crabrangoony
    • 41 points
    • 35 months ago

    from completed build Little Black Box

    I chose the mobo because I wanted something mini and with 3.0 USB ports. I had zero problems installing the other parts to it and had enjoyed this purchase thus far.

    caiokn
    • 22 points
    • 36 months ago

    from completed build King Austin

    Starting with the aesthetics, this card is very beautiful. It's all black, and is very discrete. It also has some blue and red leds next to the memory slots that can help you identify errors or failures, in case they happen. Performance wise, this card is a basic one, and only packs 2 DDR4 slots with speeds up to 2133 Mhz (there's something called Memory try it! that supposedly can overclock your memories past that limit, but I haven't tried that feature yet), has two PWM fan connectors - one for the CPU and one for a case fan. It also has one M.2 socket on the back side, which usually faces the mobo tray. BIOS is pretty simple to use and everything looks OK, the only con I could find is some sensors don't seem to work as they should: the CPU fan speeds are shown as 65K and the System Temperature as 112º C, both very strange and almost impossible values.

    dmonster1000
    • 16 points
    • 33 months ago

    from completed build Frost (first build)

    Got it in a cpu bundle from micro center. Great and easy to work with. Didn't work with my aftermarket cooler and only one fan header.

    stripling
    • 15 points
    • 38 months ago

    from completed build Singularity

    This motherboard has a nice and easy bios, but the only issue i'm facing really is the low availability of any real CPU overclocking. However I was very pleased with the fan control I was able to achieve with this motherboard. Hopefully soon I will upgrade to a more suitable board for this system to achieve it's full potential.

    Nillafudge
    • 15 points
    • 33 months ago

    from completed build MiniNAS / Plex Server

    Only 4 SATA ports but that is plenty for my intentions. The M.2 slot is PCI-E only, which limits your options a bit and seems to demand a generally higher price than SATA M.2 cards. The SATA ports behind the RAM are a bit tricky to access, especially within a small case once everything starts getting assembled. BIOS screen GUI is easy to navigate and intuitive.

    stevensmeister
    • 11 points
    • 26 months ago

    from completed build My Desk Cube

    Solid motherboard, had the mobo flashed for when I decide to upgrade to quad core.

    Xizt
    • 9 points
    • 40 months ago

    Horrible. Hard to put in RAM and my PCI-E slot came out

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