Msi ultra wide gaming monitor reveal
MSI has lifted the lid of its new MEG Z490 motherboard series to support Intel’s new 10th generation Comet LakeS processors. These are MEG Z490 UNIFY and MEG Z490I UNIFY.
As MSI's flagship product line, the new MEG series aims to "surpass current game products" through innovative technology, providing operational enhancements, game efficiency and customization.
MEG Z490 UNIFY adopts active cooling Frozr radiator design with Zero Frozr technology, Frozr M.2 shield that prevents throttling and allows speeds up to 2400 Mbps, and all-aluminum I/O shield with padded 7W/week heat and heat The pipe design of the cover connecting two MOS heat sinks provides a larger heat dissipation surface. Thanks to the dedicated water pump PIN, the motherboard is also designed for custom or integrated water cooling solutions.
together with MEG Z490 UNIFY includes a six-layer PCB design, PCIe steel armor to protect the GPU from damage, a 16-phase ISL digital PWN with a 90A smart power stage and a titanium III choke. In terms of power supply, the motherboard provides a 16+1 digital power phase design with a radical VRM and mirrored power supply arrangement.
In terms of connectivity and networking, we are considering two Lightning ASmedia 3241 USB 3.2 Gen 2 connectors, WiFi 6, 2.5 G LAN, and triple turbo m.2 with PCIe Gen3 x4 and bandwidth up to 32 GB/s.
The following is the complete specification:
Jump to MEG Z490I UNIFY, which is a small size companion with MiniITX compatibility. It contains almost all the functions of the larger Z490 UNIFY, but it boils down to the smallest form factor. Here are the complete specifications of the
There is currently no pricing information, but as a high-performance model, we can safely assume that they will not be cheap.