Intel 10th Gen Comet Lake-S Desktop Motherboards leaked, courtesy of EEC certification

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Intel 10th Gen Comet Lake-S Desktop Motherboards leaked, courtesy of EEC certification

Before launch, every product, whether software or hardware, undergoes certification processes. As a result, these can often provide a sneak into unannounced products. In a similar way, Gigabyte’s upcoming 400-series chipset motherboards for Intel Comet Lake-S have been spotted in the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC)’s database.

Intel 10th Gen Comet Lake-S Desktop Motherboards leaked, courtesy of EEC certification
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Alongside the pre-existing Z-, B- and H- series boards, there is also the appearance of a new “Q-” variant. Judging by the Q470 number, it is most likely aimed at the upper midrange part of the market. Therefore, we can classify them as:

  • Flagship: Z490
  • Upper mid-range: H470/Q470
  • Lower mid-range: B460
  • Entry-level: H410

Below is the entire list of the motherboard models that have been leaked:

Intel 10th Gen Comet Lake-S Desktop Motherboards leaked, courtesy of EEC certification
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Although unconfirmed, these motherboards should launch sometime in Q1 2020 alongside Comet Lake-S processors which means they could house the reported LGA 1200 and 1221 sockets.

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