Intel Comet Lake motherboard prices could be hiked, making it trickier to compete with AMD

New Intel Z490 motherboards which have the LGA1200 socket required to be compatible with the supposedly soon to launch Comet Lake 10th-gen desktop processors will be considerably pricier than existing Z390 boards for current 9th-gen models, if some leaked prices are to be believed.

Now, we should make it clear upfront that this is just speculation based on early pricing drawn from a Ukrainian retailer (ITbox), so far from a major retail outlet, and this is to be treated with more than the usual sprinkling of condiments (think handfuls instead).

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Frederic M. Kolodziej

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