B760 is the chipset for the mainstream CPUs that do not support overclocking such as the 13400 or 13400F. The major difference between the B760 and Z790 motherboard is that the B760 does not support CPU overclocking, while Z790 does. Z790 features 28 PCI-E Lanes while B760 features 14. PCI-E Gen4 is confirmed, but Gen5 is optional. For RAM both DDR4 and DDR5 are supported on both types of motherboards. We have spotted some B760 motherboards from ASUS.
ASUS B760M Motherboards
Both of these motherboards are mATX motherboards, so you do not get the full array of PCIe express slots, but that should not be an issue if you only use a single graphics card. First up, we have the ASUS TX GAMING B760M WIFI D4. It supports DDR4 memory up to 5333 MHz and has plenty of armor and an integrated I/O shield for easy installation. Power to the CPU is supplied by 8+4-pin power connectors.
The motherboard has a 12+1 phase power design, and there is decent cooling for the VRM. There are two M.2 slots, and both support PCIe Gen4. The top PCIe slot is reinforced for better GPU support and is Gen5 x16. There is a USB-C header on the motherboard and in terms of I/O, you get USB-C (20 Gbps), 4x USB 3.2 Gen 2, USB 3.2 Gen 1, 2x USB 2.0, 2.5G Ethernet, Wi-Fi 6E, HDMI, DisplayPort and audio jacks.
The B760M-AYW WIFI D4 seems like a cheaper version since it does not come with armor, an integrated I/O shield or PCIe Gen5. It does however have 2 M.2 slots that support PCIe Gen4. It also features Realtek 2.5G Ethernet, WiFi 6 and support front USB 3.2 Gen 1 interface.
The motherboard supports DDR4 memory up to 5333 MHz. It has a single HDMI 2.1 port, 4 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports and 2 x USB 2.0 ports, so there is no USB-C. You also do not get the full array of audio jacks.
At the time of writing there is no confirmation that this motherboard will be available worldwide. These models are most likely limited to China. Let us know what you think about them and whether or not you want one.