Erying Intros High-End MoTD Motherboards With Up To Core i9-13980HX 24 Core CPUs, 13900HX For $340 & 13700HX For $270

Erying Intros High-End MoTD Motherboards With Up To Core i9-13980HX 24 Core CPUs, 13900HX For $340 & 13700HX For $270

Airingthe makers of several MoTD (Mobile on Desktop) motherboards, have released their new Pollster series with Intel 13th Gen HX CPUs.

Up to Intel Core i9-13980HX 24-Core CPU! Erring's latest polyester MoTD motherboards start at $270 US for 16 cores.

The motherboard manufacturer is known to use Intel's Mobility CPU under the hood. “HX” and “H” series And Redevelop them from the mobile segment to desktop solutions.. These parts are often seen as better value options, offering a decent motherboard and CPU combo package at very affordable price points.

The latest launch from Erying is the Polestar MoDT HX, an all-new motherboard design featuring Intel's high-end 13th Gen Raptor Lake-HX SKUs. The motherboard comes in three CPU flavors, the top 24-core Core i9-13980HX. The chip has a total of 32 threads, a boost clock of up to 5.60 GHz, 36 MB of L3 cache, and a TDP rated at 55W base/157W MTP. The Core i9-13900HX option is identical in base specs and only lowers the clock speed to 5.40 GHz (maximum). Finally, there is the Core i7-13700HX which is a 16 core option with 24 threads, clocks up to 5.0 GHz, 30 MB L3 cache, and the same TDP.

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As for the motherboard itself, it looks like Erring has upgraded the design from its previous Polyster offerings to support higher-end Intel 13th Gen HX CPUs. The new motherboard design features a CPU embedded on the motherboard (BGA) with a large vapor chamber base plate attached on top. The CPU is powered by a 10-phase VRM and receives power through an 8-pin connector.

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The motherboard has four DDR5 DIMM slots that support capacities up to 192 GB at speeds of 5600 MT/s (OC support XMP 3.0) and the expansion area is where things get interesting with the Erying Polestar MoTD HX which Offers two PCIe 4.0 x16 slots. and three Gen4 M.2 slots. There are also four SATA III ports. The motherboard has all the necessary I/O like fan headers, RGB headers, debug LEDs, and even comes with dual BIOS. It is also based on the high-end H770 chipset. There are also large heatsinks on the VRMs, PCH and rear panel I/O with a pre-mounted I/O plate and a top I/O cover which adds a nice touch.

In terms of I/O, the Erying Polestar MoTD HX motherboard includes a single DP, two HDMI ports, four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, one Type-C port, 2.5 GbE LAN, WIFI5 and a 3-channel audio jack. are There's also a clear CMOS switch on the back.

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Erying has also shared some performance, thermal, and power metrics of a Polstar MoTD HX motherboard using an Intel Core i9-13900HX CPU. The CPU can be set to run around its default TDP or tuned for higher performance with unlocked TDPs up to 260W. In the AIDA64 FPU tests, the system reaches a power consumption of 350W when running with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 GPU.

The CPU can be a bit beefy as Erring was using a 360mm AIO liquid cooler and the Mobility chip ended up at around 90C temps (95C max) when loaded in the stress test. This is kind of to be expected since these are basically desktop dies that have been repurposed for advanced mobility platforms. The following performance measurements compare the 150W mode to the 260W mode in several games and applications.

In terms of pricing, Erying's Polestar MoTD HX motherboards with Intel 13th Gen HX CPU options are very well priced. The Intel Core i7-13700HX option starts at $270 US while the Core i9-13900HX option starts at $340 US. The 13980HX option will cost around $370 US which is a great price considering the performance more or less matches the Core i9-13900K and you're also getting a motherboard that should cost around $150 US.

  • Erying Polestar MoTD HX (Core i9-13980HX) – 2599 RMB ($366 US)
  • Erying Polestar MoTD HX (Core i9-13900HX) – 2399 RMB ($337 US)
  • Erying Polestar MoTD HX (Core i7-13700HX) – 1899 RMB ($267 US)

These are great options for mainstream builders who can get a great combo package even if there is no upgrade option (for the CPU) in the future.

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