Colorful Releases the iGame Z370 Vulcan X V20 Motherboard: South Korea First
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Colorful, not a widely known brand in the States, has released a motherboard for the Z370 platform with an exotic name: the iGame Z370 Vulcan X V20. The board attempts to focus on gamers with a beefy power delivery, a Killer E2500 gigabit ethernet controller, dual M.2 slots, a dual BIOS and LED lighting, as well as integrated power and reset buttons, a one-touch overclock button, and a three digit debug LED for debugging and monitoring. Carried over from their Z270 boards are Fintek F75503 and F75501 chips for low-latency USB gaming peripherals.
The board itself is black, with most of the connectors and slots also being black. One of the PCIe slots is gray, and the IO shroud and heatsinks give the board silver highlights. The dual VRM heatsinks are connected via heatpipe, sharing the heat load between them as seen on some high-end boards. Just below the socket is a metal heatsink for the top M.2 slot, which also comes with a silver heatsink. The back panel IO and audio sections have a silver shroud covering those parts, as well as incorporating RGB LEDs within them. The chipset heatsink is fairly large, has the Colorful iGame design on it, and is also hiding RGB LEDs underneath.
The Vulcan X’s four non-reinforced memory slots can hold up to 4 modules supporting up to 64GB of RAM. The supported memory speed on this board is at DDR4-3200, which is lower compared to the boards from the big four manufacturers. For PCIe, the top two slots are powered by the processor in an x16 and x8/x8 configuration, while the bottom slot is an x4 from the chipset. There are also three PCIe x1 slots from the chipset. This
Maintaining the Z370 standard, the Vulcan X has a total of six SATA ports. While there is no direct mention of RAID on the specifications page, we would be surprised if it did not support the basic RAID 0, 1, 5, and 10. The board comes with two M.2 slots, with the top slot above the main PCIe slot (and below the heatsink) supporting a PCIe module only, up to 80mm module. The bottom slot, found between the tw
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