MSI Launches new X99 and Z170 Titanium motherboards

MSI Launches new X99 and Z170 Titanium motherboards

MSI Launches new X99 and Z170 Titanium motherboards

MSI Launches new X99 and Z170 Titanium motherboards

 

MSI has launched new X99 and Z170 Titanium motherboards, U.2 SSD support, front-panel USB Type-C and an enhanced Titanium design aesthetic. The X99 XPower Titanium also contains an RGB LED header for full lighting control. 

The X99A XPOWER Gaming Titanium also comes with MSI's Patented Turbo CPU socket, which uses 2036 pins and enables greater CPU and memory overclocking on Intel's X99 platform. The X99A Titanium gaming also comes with support for all the latest storage standards, including M.2 and U.2 SSD support alongside front panel USB type-c support. 

MSI's X99A XPOWER also comes with built-in Intel wireless and a single Intel Gigabit Ethernet connection, giving this motherboard a stable internet connection. 

  MSI Launches new X99 and Z170 Titanium motherboards

MSI will also be releasing a new Z170 Titanium Gaming motherboard, which features dual M.2 SSD support, a steel backplate and U.2 connectivity. This motherboard can connect dual M.2 NVMe SSDs in Raid 0 in order to offer unparalleled storage performance. 

 

  MSI Launches new X99 and Z170 Titanium motherboards

MSI's XPOWER Titanium series motherboards designed specifically for overclocking, allowing overclockers to easily achieve gain high memory speeds and CPU overclocks on Intel's modern CPUs. Let's hope that these new motherboards can live up to the XPOWER name. 

 

You can join the discussion on MSI's X99 and Z170 Titanium Gaming motherboards on the OC3D Forums

 

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23-05-2016, 06:56:41

GiantKiwi
Holy crap. A new motherboard which isn't covered in RGB LED's :O

Does the X99 also have the snazzy rear heatshield?Quote

23-05-2016, 10:56:54

Excalabur50
Love the PCIE spacing on the X99A as it is just right for quad gpu's for those who want themQuote

23-05-2016, 11:48:46

tolagarf
What?! No RGB? Stop the press!! Instant buy Quote

23-05-2016, 12:05:52

SuB
So has anyone got *actual* colour images of these boards instead of just greyscaled ones with select colourd bits (the red button) ? I'd like to see the actual colour of emQuote

23-05-2016, 12:40:32

GiantKiwi
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Originally Posted by SuB View Post
So has anyone got *actual* colour images of these boards instead of just greyscaled ones with select colourd bits (the red button) ? I'd like to see the actual colour of em
I don't think that is greyscale, the speckled look seems to be the actual colour instead of photoshop.

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Originally Posted by Excalabur50 View Post
Love the PCIE spacing on the X99A as it is just right for quad gpu's for those who want them
But why? Other than to spend ludicrous amounts of money because you can, the comparative gains on each additional card after a pair is next to completely pointless.

I'm not saying i've not done it before, because I have - but AMD was 100% efficiency on 1st, ~75% on 2nd, ~40% on third and ~35% on 4th. And Nvidia only being slightly better. (Quad Crossfire was HD6950's bios updated to 6970's; Quad SLI was 680's.).Quote
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