Usually, as the presenter Mikhail Kroshin notes, motherboards are bought on a leftover basis, and most of the money is spent on a processor, SSD, RAM or video card. If earlier this approach made sense, now it does not. Today, if you buy a budget motherboard, the expert emphasizes, then you can lose up to 50 percent of your computer’s performance.
The fact is that motherboard manufacturers began to limit the TDP of processors in cheap motherboards. As a result, expensive motherboards based on the Z590 chipset with powerful radiators may not have this limitation, and, for example, more budgetary motherboards on the B560 or X570 may be limited to 150-200 watts.
At the same time, for example, the H510 is sometimes generally limited to a TDP of less than 100W.