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What happened to the ATX H110 boards?

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Vishera

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Looking on PCPartPicker they don't have any ATX boards listed as still for sale. I also can't find any on Newegg. Were they all really pulled from the shelves? Or is this a bug?

 
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Vishera

Vishera

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Ah, thanks wingman! When I searched on Newegg for some reason ATX form factor wasn't even listed in the filter options. I thought that was kinda weird.

 

trents

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It was the "ATX" that blocked your search. It would work for PSUs but not motherboards. "Socket 115x H110" would have worked better.
 
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Vishera

Vishera

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Didn't realize this until now but wingman, your link you gave me was for micro ATX boards. Are there are any regular ATX H110 boards, or no? That's what I was talking about.

 

wingman99

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Didn't realize this until now but wingman, your link you gave me was for micro ATX boards. Are there are any regular ATX H110 boards, or no? That's what I was talking about.

There are no ATX H110 boards that I could find either. You could get a ATX B 150 and for that price I would just purchase Z 170 for overclocking a i5 6600k.