MSI unveils X399 Gaming Pro Carbon AC, X370 Gaming M7 ACK and B350 Tomahawk Plus motherboards

Leading gaming motherboard maker MSI today announced the new X399 GAMING PRO CARBON AC motherboard for AMD’s new Ryzen Threadripper processors. It also announced two other new motherboards – X370 Gaming M7 ACK and B350 Tomahawk Plus for Ryzen processors.

For the enthusiasts out there looking to get the new Ryzen Threadripper 1950X, the MSI X399 GAMING PRO CARBON AC makes a lot of sense. It happens to be the world’s first motherboard to offer fully exchangeable heatsink covers and X-Mounting accessories to support 3D printing and modding. You can also customize the MYSTIC LIGHT RGB LEDs all over the board as per your liking, along with the option of syncing the RGB LEDs with other components with MYSTIC SYNC. With extreme performance in mind, the X399 GAMING PRO CARBON AC include 4x PCI-E slots with Steel Armor, allowing for up to 4-way NVIDIA SLI or 4-way AMD CrossFire configurations. The other key features of the new motherboard include triple Turbo M.2 slots with M2. Shield V2, Lightning USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports, fully isolated memory circuit design, DDR4 Boost with DDR4 Steel Armor, and MSI GAMEBOOST for easy overclocking.

For those of you who don’t wish to go all out, the X370 GAMING M7 ACK is a better choice. While it does not offer as many customization options, it does come with all the features you would expect from a high-end gaming motherboard. Some of them include the latest M.2 Shield FROZR, KILLER DoubleShot Pro networking, and Audio Boost 4 Pro.

The B360 Tomahawk, according to MSI, has become one of the most powerful B350 models yet. The PLUS version adds MSI Mystic Light RGB LED illumination, giving users the ability to customize and set up their own color schemes. Another difference is the OC Engine 2 support. The additional clock generator allows users to achieve higher overclocked speeds thanks to greater freedom in BCLK adjustments.

 

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