According to AnandTech's report, Intel's driver files this week show that the unreleased 400 and 495 chipsets have already received software, and the motherboard with the new chipset will replace the current 300 series.
According to reports, as of mid-August, Intel's chipset drivers have already supported the company's 400 series and 495 chipsets, which means that Intel's new platform is coming soon.
In addition, another interesting new member of the Intel chipset family is the H310D PCH. As you can guess from the naming, this is another version of the entry-level H310. It is reported that the original H310 chipset is 14nm, while the H310C is 22nm. What process is used for the H310D is not clear.