ASUS PRIME B360M-K LGA1151 (300 Series) DDR4 DVI VGA M.2 mATX Motherboard
ASUS Prime 300 Series motherboards provide the solid foundation needed for your first build, plus flexibility to grow with your ambitions. We've melded all the good stuff that's packed into the latest 8th Generation Intel® Core™ processors with essential ASUS design and engineering, so you benefit from industry-leading technologies - including automated system tuning, comprehensive cooling controls, and immersive onboard audio. When you build with an ASUS Prime 300 Series motherboard, you build smart, easy and affordable.
ASUS OptiMem preserves memory signal integrity by routing traces and vias to the optimal PCB layer, and our T-Topology trace layout ensures time-aligned signalling by balancing trace lengths between memory slots. These enhancements allow the Prime 300 Series to support a wide range of dual and quad-DIMM memory kits while providing your rig with the stability it needs to deal with any type of workload - whether you're gaming or running intensive applications
Prime 300 Series features the most comprehensive cooling controls ever, configurable via ASUS Fan Xpert software or the UEFI BIOS.
The UEFI BIOS is an early waypoint on any PC-building journey, and the Prime 300 Series has one of the best in the business.
Can configure the fan's operating speed manually, or use the easy pre-configured fan profiles to select Standard, Silent, Turbo or Full Speed modes, plus an automatic switch to full speed if the temperature hits 75°C.
When you're ready for a deeper dive, Advanced mode enables full control over every aspect of the motherboard - with a built-in Search function to find the setting you need in the blink of an eye.
Quickly apply a CPU overclock to improve system performance, or configure a RAID array for faster data retrieval and backups
Fine-tune individual fans simply by dragging a curve with the mouse.
Display SATA port details that help you easily recognize drives.
Use mouse controls to change the time and date.
Quickly find tuning options and add preferred tools to the list.
Restore your SSDs to factory-fresh condition.
Save BIOS settings for migration to the new BIOS version or system.