H170-Plus-D3 is both compatible with DDR3 or DDR3L, I checked the specification.
Samsung Evos are TLC drives, but quite reliable and fast, come with 5 years warranty, great for typical PC users who don't care a lot about read/write speed or benchmarking. Some prosumers choose Pro drive, because they are MLC, faster and longer warranty.
Motherboard may support DDR3 but Intel LGA1151 CPU does not. Intel Skylake CPU's only support DDR3L and so using DDR3 is a risk.
It took Samsung over two years to "fix" (not actually fixed but hidden) 840 non-Evo slowdown bug so long warranty has quite little use.
Oh! I forget it, when looking for the mobo I didn't check the memory specs that it supports cause it was busy that time.
Anyway, the Gigabyte one is pretty good, my friend use it, no problem at all.
I do agree that the 840 Evo slow performance is very big issue to many PC users, look like 850 Evo does not have any serious problems until now I recommend it for those who want fast PC but doesn't have lot of money to spend. To avoid most firmware problems, I usually recommend not to update immediately after it comes out and wait for other users' comments.
Samsung 850 Pro is more reliable, and can be worth if you have the money, through not so expensive either, but Evo is actually good other than the problems happen in 840 evo.
Edited by batman1234, 20 November 2016 - 07:39 AM.