Choosing the best motherboard for your mining rig is a crucial step that some new miners tend to overlook.

Just because a motherboard’s specs meet the required amount of PCIe lanes doesn’t mean its bios settings will support mining of a multi GPU configuration. However, with the support of several manufacturers, you can now purchase motherboards designed explicitly for mining cryptocurrencies. With many different variations of mining motherboards to choose from I decided to put together this guide of which motherboards are best suited for as well as my top 4 picks of mining motherboards too date [May 2022].

Key considerations will the total power draw, cooling options [please consider liquid cooling systems - as air is a poor medium for the transfer of heat compared to water or other fluids], price of electricity and budget. In addition for the really serious players newer IMMERSIVE LIQUID TECHNOLOGIES are worth considerations for overall efficiency {fewer fans, more efficient heat transfer and consequently a lower power draw/cooler operational aspects.

Using renewable's to generate the electricity for such 'mining' operations will help make such an activity cost effective - even with the price of the various crypto currencies now being much more volatile. So the Capital Costs of such set-ups will still be a big factor.

In the end, the best motherboard for mining in 2022 can vary depending on the end-users specific needs and more importantly budget. For mining with a server case frame then one might choose BIOSTAR TB250-BTC D+ due to its no riser architecture, but for, the ASUS B250 MINING EXPERT is going to be the best option.

Motherboard PCIe Slots
2. MSI H310-F PRO 13 GPU
3. BIOSTAR TB360-BTC PRO or D (without risers) 12 GPU
4. ASUS H370 Mining Master 20 GPU
7. MSI H270-A PRO 7 GPU
8. ASUS Prime Z370-A II 8 GPU
9. ASROCK H110 Pro BTC 13 GPU
11. GIGABYTE B250-FinTech 12 GPU
Table of the better and available Mining Motherboards. Some needing risers to connect to the GPU's


Best Mining Motherboards

Due to the high demand for mining motherboards most are sold out. Below is a few models that are good to build a mining rig with that are in stock now.


The best mining motherboard to get at this time is the B250 Mining Expert as it’s the an amazing 19 GPU capable motherboard. Built for superior cryptocurrency mining performance, the ASUS B250 MINING EXPERT features Triple-ATX12V Power Delivery and Mining Mode BIOS Optimization.

PCIe Slot State Detection provides instant GPU feedback for all 19 PCIe slots with 5X Protection III and Safe Slot Core to help protect your investment, thus delivering higher hash rates and better mining ROI.

SIDE-NOTE: One of the main reasons we choose this MOBO as our top pick is the fact you can get most of the new features at a decent price, not to mention this board can meet almost any miner’s needs with capabilities of handling up to 19 GPUs.

Product Highlights:

  • Intel B250 Chipset
  • 19 GPU Max
  • Supports 6th / 7th Generation Intel Core Processor LGA 1151 Socket
  • 2 x DDR4-2400 MHz RAM (32GB Max)
  • 4 x SATA III 6 Gb/s Ports
  • 1 x PCIe x16 Slot (x16 Mode)
  • 18 x PCIe x1 Slots
  • 1 x Intel I219V Gigabit Ethernet Port
  • USB – 3.0 | USB – 2.0/1.1 | PS/2 | HDMI
  • Voltage-stabilization Capacitors provide steady voltage from your power supply units to your GPUs.
  • Triple-ATX12V Power Delivery separates 19x PCIe slots into 3 Channels
  • 5X Protection III Hardware-level safeguards with SafeSlot Core, LANGuard Overvoltage Protection
  • PCIe Slot State Detection
2. MSI H310-F PRO(13 GPU)

MSI H310-F PRO Series motherboard comes with PCI expansion slots that are perfectly spaced so miners can install up to 13 graphics cards simultaneously with ease. Optimized Power Design and unique BIOS options ensure a rock-solid system for long mining sessions to maximize efficiency and coin generation.

Also, like some of the other newer boards, you can auto-detect your PCIe slot status and manage your mining rig with just one glance making troubleshooting rigs more streamlined.

SIDE-NOTE: Honestly, if it wasn’t for the price this may have been our number one, as the price tends to run higher than the ASUS B250 MINING EXPERT. However, this board does have additional features for scaling like the diskless boot, CMOS button right next to the on/off switch, and an EZ debug LED function.

Product Highlights:

  • Intel H310 Chipset
  • 13 GPU Max
  • Supports 9th / 8th Generation Intel Core Processor LGA 1151 Socket
  • 2 x Dual-Channel DDR4-2666
  • 4 x SATA III Ports
  • 1 x PCIe 3.0 x16 Slot
  • 12 x PCIe 2.0 x1 Slots
  • Realtek ALC887 7.1-Channel HD Audio
  • Intel I219-V Gigabit LAN
  • Decoupling capacitor for GPU voltage stability
  • One-click Mining mode
  • Auto-detect PCIe slot status for easy troubleshooting
  • Diskless Boot feature allows you to run multiple rigs from one OS.
  • 5X Power SYNC boot five power supplies directly with just one click
 3. BIOSTAR TB360-BTC PRO (12 GPU) or D (8 GPU without risers)

The BIOSTAR TB360-BTC PRO is indeed a one of a kind crypto mining motherboard that utilizes the B250 chipset for native 8-graphics card support which eliminates the need for PCIe risers Or the PRO with risers for 12 GPU's.. Considering PCIe risers are to be the number one cause of rig instability I see this as a huge advantage. Furthermore, it can retrofit with server power supplies (single 12V rail PSU) which gives more options for scalable mining.

SIDE-NOTE: If your looking to build multiple 8/12 GPU rigs and manage them remotely this board comes with KVM Switch Support. One of the drawbacks is the X16 slot spacing can be a little tight, so the use of blower fans to circulate air between your GPU’s is recommended. Alternatively liquid cooling options should be considered.

Product Highlights:
Intel B360 single chip architecture
8/12 GPU Max
Supports 7th Generation Intel Core Processor 1151
Support SO-DIMM DDR4-2400/ 2133/ 1866 up to 16G maximum capacity
Support 8/12 x PCI-E x16 slots
Support HDMI
Sleek Design
Hybrid AMD and Nvidia GPU Support for DUAL CARD Mining
KVM Switch Support – Great for Remote Mining Rig Management

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4. ASUS H370 Mining Master(20 GPU)

Following the success of the B250 expert mining motherboard, ASUS releases an even more profound second generation. The ASUS H370 Mining Master is capable of handling 20 GPU making it again a first-ever. The main difference in this new version is the simplified USB ports which enable risers to be plugged directly into the motherboard via USB.

SIDE-NOTE: With its price being the highest of all four MOBOs I can’t justify the purchase unless I was actually building a 20 GPU mining rig and so that’s why it’s at number 4.

Product Highlights:

  • Intel H370 Chipset
  • 20 GPU Max
  • Supports 8th Generation Intel Core Processor LGA 1151 Socket
  • 32GB Max Memory
  • 2 x DDR4-2133/2400/2666 MHz RAM
  • USB 3.0 | USB 2.0 | PS/2 | HDMI
  • 1 x Intel I219V Gigabit Ethernet Port
  • 2 x SATA III 6 Gb/s Ports
  • 1 x PCIe x16 Slot (x16 Mode)
  • USB Ports for PCIe Riser Cards
  • Triple-ATX12V Power Delivery
  • GPU State Detection and Farm-Friendly Labels
  • Mining Mode BIOS Optimization


Cheap Mining Motherboards

In addition to the four I mentioned above there are still many other motherboard options as we all know crypto mining hardware can be difficult to come by at times. Some of the options will require a bit more BIOS settings reconfigured before mining with six or more GPUs. Other than that these are still great motherboards for GPU mining if you want to save on costs.


The BIOSTAR TB250-BTC has been a top favourite beginner mining motherboard for quite some time. If you’re looking to build a super stable 6 GPU rig on a budget, then this MOBO is going to be your best bet. Even better for Linux based users.

SIDE-NOTE: You will need to power the motherboards PCIe lanes with an additional four-pin Molex for better stability and performance. Also, note there is no HDMI port so you may need an HDMI to DVI adapter.

Product Highlights:

  • Intel B250
  • Supports 7th Generation Intel Core Processor LGA 1151
  • Easy to configure BIOS
  • Support 2-DIMM DDR4-2400 / 2133 / 1866 up to 32G maximum capacity
  • Support DVI-D
  • Support USB 3.0
  • M.2 Port for 7th GPU or HD



Another option for 6 GPU mining rig builds the GIGABYTE GA-H110-D3A with an even lower price than the BIOSTAR TB250. The BIOS the setup is pretty straightforward with a one-click enable mining mode feature.

SIDE-NOTE: Has a slightly different ATX form factor on the width but still a very rock-solid Motherboard especially if your budget is tight.

Product Highlights:

  • Intel H110 Chipset
  • Supports 6th / 7th Generation Intel Core Processor LGA 1151 Socket
  • Easy to configure BIOS
  • 6 PCIe Slots Perfect for Mining
  • Dual-Channel DDR4, 2 DIMMs
  • Onboard M.2 Connector

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The MSI H270-A PRO is another great option for 6 GPU builds, especially if you’re on a budget. This MOBO can support 7 GPU with the use of and M.2 adapter and has a fully customizable BIOS settings specific for mining making setup reasonably easy.

SIDE-NOTE: If I had to choose between this Motherboard and the GIGABYTE GA-H110-D3A, Id purchase the MSI H270 as it seems its architecture is more stable for mining based on multiple reviews.

Product Highlights:

  • Intel H270 Chipset
  • Supports 6th / 7th Generation Intel Core Processor LGA 1151 Socket
  • Supports DDR4-2400 Memory
  • EZ Debug LED: Easiest way to troubleshoot
  • Turbo M.2: Delivering Speeds Up to 32Gb/s, Intel Optane Memory Ready

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ASUS Prime Z370-A II(8 GPU)

Another great motherboard for 8 GPU rig build is the ASUS Prime Z370-A II series. Even though this motherboard is a bit on the pricier side, I felt compelled to mention it as it’s predecessor the z270-a series was another very highly sought after MOBO.

SIDE-NOTE: This technically isn’t rated as a mining motherboard but Asus does a fine job of making this MOBO work for mining. If mining parts are completely out then this would be my next choice as it does run on the pricier side of MOBOs.

Product Highlights:

  • Intel Z370 Chipset
  • Supports 9th / 8th Generation Intel Core Processor LGA 1151 Socket Socket
  • 4 x Dual-Channel DDR4-4000 (OC)
  • 6 x SATA III & 2 x M.2 Socket 3
  • 3 x PCIe – 3.0 / 2.0 x16
  • 4 x PCIe – 3.0/2.0 x1
  • 2-Way NVIDIA SLI & 3-Way AMD CrossFireX

SIDE-NOTE: You will have a little bit more BIOS settings to configure to get this motherboard to support all 8 GPUs, but their’s lots of great video tutorials that show you step by step. If you choose to buy this board, I wouldn’t recommend you pay over USD 180.00 for it however I must say it’s been one of my best MOBO for my rigs.

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The ASROCK H110 Pro BTC is a 13 GPU motherboard with BIOS fully optimized for mining cryptocurrency. This board works great and seems to be always reasonably priced. I’ve used this MOBO in a lot of my rigs and have had little to no issues at all with performance and stability.

The one drawback I would mention is the PCIe slots are kind of close to each other which makes the grounds touch. However, most miners use electrical tape wrapped around each PCIe riser to combat the issue and seem to be happy with the performance of the motherboard despite this design flaw.

Product Highlights:

  • Intel H110 Chipset
  • Supports 6th / 7th Generation Intel Core Processor LGA 1151 Socket Processors
  • Supports DDR4 2400/2133
  • 1 PCIe 3.0 x16, 12 PCIe 2.0 x1
  • 4 SATA3, 1 M.2 (SATA3)
  • Made for Cryptocurrency Mining (BTC)

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The BIOSTAR TB250-BTC PRO version uses the same chipset as the 6 GPU version except this one has 12 PCIe slots for bigger mining rig builds. If you’re new to mining, you may want to read up on the BIOS settings first as many claim setup can be a bit of a task. However, many veteran miners have used this MOBO with much success making it a worthy buy based on price.

SIDE-NOTE: If you are a Linux user these boards have been known to perform very well under that OS.

Product Highlights:

  • Intel B250 Chipset
  • Supports 7th Generation Intel Core Processor LGA 1151 Socket
  • Maximum CPU TDP (Thermal Design Power): 95 Watts
  • DDR4 2400/ 2133/ 1866
  • DDR4 2400 for 7th Generation Intel Core Processor Family
  • 1 x PCI-E 3.0 x16 Slot
  • 11 x PCI-E 3.0 x1 Slots
  • SATA3 Connectors
  • Made for Cryptocurrency Mining (BTC)
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GIGABYTE B250-FinTech(12 GPU)

Last on our list is the GIGABYTE B250-FinTech with support up to 12 GPUs and has a unique front panel on/off switch designed explicitly for open-air mining rig cases. BIOS settings come stock with a simple select mining mode feature to maximize stability and compatibility with multi-graphical configurations.

Product Highlights:

  • Intel B250 Express Chipset
  • Supports 9th / 8th Generation Intel Core Processor LGA 1151 Socket
  • DDR4, Dual-Channel, 4 DIMMs
  • 11 X PCIe 3.0 x1 (Native)
  • 1 X PCIe 3.0 x16

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When it comes to choosing the best mining motherboard for your rig build any one of these models will work. However, your budget, the number of GPU’s you plan to run, and availability will be the main deciding factors in which one you select.

For building a mining rig with a closed air server rack case, I would highly suggest looking into the Biostar TB250-BTC D+ for saving on space and making cable management a breeze.