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It has been suggested that this article be merged into List of Intel chipsets#LGA 1151 and LGA 1151#Coffee Lake chipsets (300 series). (Discuss) Proposed since October 2017.
Intel Z370 is a chipset designed and manufactured by Intel. It supports the Intel Core 8th Generation family (codenamed Coffee Lake).
The Z370 chipset uses the new Direct Media Interface (DMI) 3.0.
The Z370 chipset also has 24 PCI Express (PCI-e) 3.0 lanes on board. It also supports the same amount of USB ports as Intel's HEDT platform, the X299.
It supports 6 SATA ports and M.2.
Z370 supports VT-d.
Also, for unlocked processors, the Z370 is capable of overclocking unlocked processors.
Flexible I/O is supported on Z370, meaning that PCI-e lanes reserved to SATA can be re-allocated.
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