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MSI reveals their MATX X299M Gaming Pro Carbon AC Motherboard

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MSI reveals their MATX X299M Gaming Pro Carbon AC Motherboard

MSI reveals their MATX X299M Gaming Pro Carbon AC Motherboard

 
MSI has revealed their new MATX X299M Gaming Pro Carbon AC motherboard, which fits everything that you should expect from an X299 motherboard into a compact MATX form factor. 
 
This new motherboard will support Intel's existing X299 lineup as well as their future 12,14,16 and 18 core CPUs, alongside quad channel DDR4 memory and up to a total of 44 PCIe lanes. 
 
The X299M Gaming Pro Carbon AC will also come with an 8+1+1 phase DigitALL power design and dual M.2 NVMe SSD slots, one of which is protected by an MSI M.2 shield. This board also sports dual Gb ethernet Lan, built-in WiFi and a total of eight SATA ports. 

  

MSI reveals their MATX X299M Gaming Pro Carbon AC Motherboard

 

Like other X299 Pro Carbon AC motherboards, the X299M has support for RGB LED illumination, comes with replaceable silver, gold and black coloured customisation plates and supports three USB 3.1 Gen2 ports (one front. two rear).

 

You can join the discussion on MSI's MATX X299M Gaming Pro Carbon AC motherboard on the OC3D Forums.

  

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15-08-2017, 08:32:38

Avet
We get X299 MATX boards that are overpacked with connectivity, and still no X370 boards in MATX which would be perfect size for those boards since they offer even less connectivity than Z270. I really don't understand today's market.Quote

15-08-2017, 08:39:31

g0ggles1994
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Originally Posted by Avet View Post
We get X299 MATX boards that are overpacked with connectivity, and still no X370 boards in MATX which would be perfect size for those boards since they offer even less connectivity than Z270. I really don't understand today's market.
I smell a saboteur behind the curtains...

In all seriousness though, I would like to know that as well. No mATX X370 boards made me ditch my Node 804 (Which, I'm still mad about)

I think it could possibly be something AMD's end as well. I mean they showed X300 and A300 (which I'm guessing will be AM4's mITX chipset) and there's still no sign of that at all. It got unveiled with the other chipsets, but seen or heard nothing sinceQuote

15-08-2017, 08:56:26

Darth.mader
Wow. Nice board. How much?Quote

15-08-2017, 17:46:57

You_What?
Nice board, but honestly, still no mATX, hardly any mITX, well nothing thats caught my eyes, lets hope Threadripper has better mATX and mITX options, not that it'll be a cheap option.Quote

15-08-2017, 18:26:10

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by You_What? View Post
Nice board, but honestly, still no mATX, hardly any mITX, well nothing thats caught my eyes, lets hope Threadripper has better mATX and mITX options, not that it'll be a cheap option.
Threadripper and ITX? Quote
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