Although announced back in October, alongside the Z370 FTW and the Z370 Classified K, the Z370 Micro has only just become available for sale, allowing users to use the latest Intel LGA 1151 Core i7/i5/i3 Coffee Lake CPUs in smaller PC cases.
The EVGA Z370 Micro is based on mATX 24x24cm form-factor and despite its size, it still uses the same 6-layer PCB, 100 percent Solid State Capacitors, features onboard Clear CMOS, Power and Reset Buttons, on-board CPU Temperature Monitor as well as an 11-phase Digital VRM with 8 VCORE phases and an External Clock Generator.
As it is a smaller motherboard, it has to stick with two DDR4 4133MHz+ DIMM slots with support for up to 32GB but still comes with six SATA 6Gbps ports, two M.2 slots, two PCI-Express x16 slots and a single PCI-Express x4 slot.
The rest of the specifications and features include an Intel Gigabit NIC, integrated Intel 802.11AC WiFi with Bluetooth, Realtek ALC1220 7.1-channel HD audio and RGB header support. EVGA also used a unique angled 24-pin ATX power and AUX 6-pin PCIe power connectors with PCB cut-outs, which could come in handy with smaller PC cases.
The new EVGA Z370 Micro is currently available directly from EVGA's webshop with a price set at US $179.99. The Z370 FTW has been listed for some time at $199.99, which only leaves the flagship Z370 Classified K, which could be available soon as well.