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MSI teases their first Intel Z200 series motherboard

MSI teases their first Intel Z200 series motherboard

MSI teases their first Intel Z200 series motherboard

MSI teases their first Intel Z200 series motherboard

 

This article was possible thanks to information provided by Wraith on the OC3D Forums.

 

MSI has shown off their first 200 series motherboard, a new LGA 1151 socket motherboard that will replace Intel's existing 100 series of motherboards and support Intel's upcoming Kaby lake series CPUs. 

This motherboard is a prototype and does not feature the motherboards finalised aesthetic, heatsink design and PCB markings. This motherboard is called the Z2T0-Aniversary, where the T likely stands for Test. In terms of specifications, this motherboard has similar specifications to MSI's existing Z170A-Gaming M7

In terms of specifications, this motherboard has similar specifications to MSI's existing Z170A-Gaming M7 and is due to release in November of this year. At this time we do not know what new features Intel will offer on their upcoming 200 series chipset motherboards. 

 

  MSI teases their first Intel Z200 series motherboard

 

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30-05-2016, 14:58:50

xnax2802
I really like the "electro-veins". Just wish they weren't red. Now make one of these for the AM4 platform Quote

30-05-2016, 15:19:18

Dicehunter
I love that every new gen that graphics can be made to look better and better on the PCB's Quote

30-05-2016, 15:21:56

Wraith
When I found it earlier I said I loved it and still do, but you just know that MSI are going to go OTT with the phase heat sinks and totally bork it up.Quote

30-05-2016, 15:29:51

Mysterae
I really like the look of that motherboard -

- There's something Shodan-esque about those tracks, would be good if they could be altered in colour and brightness, and hopefully not just a sticker...
- Here be no dragons.Quote

30-05-2016, 17:50:01

steverebo
new gen already, smeg I just bought skylake Quote
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