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In keeping with AMD's Ryzen 3000 CPU released at Computex 2019, MSI has released a new set of X570 chipset compatible motherboards in its MEG and MPG series, designed for enthusiastic gamers who don't want to be stingy on performance or functionality.

First of all, we have MEG X570 ACE. Provides everything you expect from next-gen motherboards with AM4 slots, namely PCIe 4.0 support, with three x16 slots / two x1 slots / three M.2 storage slots, dual connector CPU power supply eight pin,

layout and 14 + 2 VRM.

WiFi 6, Gigabit LAN, four DDR4 DIMMs, 7.1 Audio Boost HD, MSI's proprietary Mystic reflective LED arrangement and Light Infinity Mirror also improve motherboard specs. Finally, MSI places great emphasis on thermal management by combining the FROZR radiator design with dual ball bearing technology and propeller blades, and combining the M.2 Shield FROZR fit on the extended heat pipe. In addition to this, there is an expected variety of USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports, I / O shielding, and StoreMI.

MSI also released an upgraded version of MEG X570 Godlike, which has all the functions of ACE and 14 + 4 + 1 IR digital VRM, dynamic status board, Xtreme Audio DAC encoder, built-in Killer xTend network switch, 10G Super LAN, Mystic Light Infinity 2 and a brighter overall design. Godlike is a very suitable motherboard for overclockers and we hope it can maximize AMD's new Zen 2 architecture.

MSI also added the X570 chipset to its most economical MPG motherboard series, with no fewer than three models; MPG X570 Pro Carbon, MPG X570 Gaming Edge, MPG X570 Gaming Plus. In addition to being able to take full advantage of AMD's Ryzen 3000 series CPUs, the

also allows for some degree of overclocking, in part due to the FROZR radiator technology borrowed from the MEG version of the Edge and Pro Carbon versions. The number of DDR4 DIMMs also matches all three, because PCIe 4.0 supports two x16 slots and two PCIe 4.0 M.2 slots.

The difference between them comes down to changes in cooling technology, MPG X570 Gaming Plus is the most optimized version, specifically for consumers who want a reliable motherboard without all the bells and whistles.

There is no news on exact pricing, release date, or specs, but logic suggests MSI should ship these shortly before or at the same time as AMD's Ryzen 3000 CPUs launch on July 7.

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