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MSI has launched their new X99A Tomahawk motherboard

MSI has launched their new X99A Tomahawk motherboard

MSI has launched their new X99A Tomahawk motherboard

MSI has launched their new X99A Tomahawk motherboard

 

MSI has launched their new X99A Tomahawk motherboard, which includes M.2 and U.2 ports, reinforced PCIe lanes and no RGB LEDs.

The Tomahawk series has always been a series that has delivered some great features at a more affordable price range and with minimal fuss. This motherboard will come with all the advanced features that high-end users would expect like dedicated audio sections of the motherboard, beefy power circuitry and dual Gigabit ethernet ports without any unnecessary features. 

  MSI has launched their new X99A Tomahawk motherboard 

With this motherboard coming with an all black colour scheme some of this motherboard the Tomahawk will be perfect for a stealthy all black build, though those with a bit more flare for colour will be able to use MSI's built in RGB LED header to control your system's custom lighting with ease. 

This motherboard is expected to hit retailer shelves soon, though at this time we do not have an exact price point. 

 

You can join the discussion on MSI's X99A Tomahawk motherboard on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

01-08-2016, 10:03:47

Chrazey
Really liking the stealthy look. Will fit most builds really well.
Although the OCD in me just does my head in with those small red accents down in the left corner.Quote

01-08-2016, 10:08:06

RobM
thats a very nice looking board, do the metal pci actually make a diference though?Quote

01-08-2016, 10:25:26

WYP
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Originally Posted by RobM View Post
thats a very nice looking board, do the metal pci actually make a diference though?
Might help for system integrators who ship stuff, or people who brings PCs to LAN events.Quote

01-08-2016, 19:32:40

Excalabur50
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Originally Posted by RobM View Post
thats a very nice looking board, do the metal pci actually make a diference though?
My msi gaming 7 had the pcie lanes warp and one break from the weight of the 980's I had in it at the time, so yes it helps a lotQuote
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