Monday, October 28th 2013

MSI Debuts the Z87M GAMING Micro-ATX Motherboard

MSI, one of the world leaders in main boards, debuts its first Intel 8-chip set based mATX GAMING motherboards- Z87M GAMING. Inherited with the outstanding DNA of MSI's GAMING product family, the new mATX GAMING features a Killer network, Audio Boost sound enhancement technology, and a whole new software and hardware design for enhanced product performance.

The sound effect circuit is specifically isolated from other motherboards components for purer sounds with reduced noises. The USB audio power design which powers the USB port independently offers more stable power and audio signals. MSI's Z87M GAMING enriches compact game hosts with more diversified and flexible application potentials and options.

Sound circuit board separation design and USB Audio Power technology
In addition to the GAMING series' Killer network gaming chip and Audio Boost sound enhancement technology for better network transmission performance and professional studio grade sound effects, the Z87M GAMING isolates the sound circuit board from other motherboards components for purer sounds with reduced noises. The USB audio power design which powers the USB port independently offers more stable power and audio signals. The whole new design is aimed at clearer and better sound effects with reduced noise along with stable voltage for improved stability for the users' extra devices and enriched sound presentation for the users' live experiences in a stereo audio environment.

The Full GAMING Product Line
MSI GAMING motherboards not only be satisfied with professional gamers but also have full product line and specifications. Now, whole new Z87M GAMING motherboards be a part of MSI enriches compact game hosts with more diversified and flexible application potentials and options.

The Most Stable Military Class Components
These key components have all passed the seven tests of MIL-STND-810G military class which are performed by independent laboratories to ensure stable operation under the harshest environments. In addition, MSI 8 series motherboards are also equipped with many exclusive new technologies, including the all new two-stage one-second overclocking OC Genie 4, the world's first graphical monitoring interface Click BIOS 4, and the Control Center software that combines monitoring, tuning and remote controlling, etc. The humane software and hardware designs allow consumers to gain more convenient experiences.
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15 Comments on MSI Debuts the Z87M GAMING Micro-ATX Motherboard

#1
tigger
I'm the only one
Very black.
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#2
de.das.dude
Pro Indian Modder
by: tigger
Very black.
you racist! :laugh:
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#3
Dj-ElectriC
Step up your game MSI, show some Mitx greatness.
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#4
LAN_deRf_HA
by: tigger
Very black.
Probably in response to people complaining about their PCBs always being brown.

Interesting to see them using a visual break to isolate the audio. Not as flashy in practice as the LED one Asus uses but it stands out more in the product photos.
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#5
Fourstaff
by: Dj-ElectriC
Step up your game MSI, show some Mitx greatness.
Z87-E it's is pretty competent
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#6
Mindweaver
Moderato®™
I got to say in the past 6 months I've bought around 10x MSI boards, and they are great boards. I'm not saying they are the best, but for the price you get a lot. :toast:
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#7
tigger
I'm the only one
Nothing wrong with MSI, I think most people buy ASUS though.
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#8
Psychoholic
I've always bought Asus until their latest generation I just don't like the brown and gold color scheme. I went with an MSI Z87-GD65 Gaming with my 4770K and the board is great, I'm impressed.
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#9
gdubc
Now we need power versions!!! I want a mini black and yellow!
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#10
NeoXF
Okay.

Now do FM2+/A88X.
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#12
Delta6326
by: thebluebumblebee
cadaveca, please review this ASAP! Pleeeaaase?:D
thats what I was going to say :)
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#13
tigger
I'm the only one
Anyone know what the similarities are to this and the normal M series? just wondering.
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#14
v12dock
Killed my Z87-Pro and Asus will not honor the warranty, Ended up buying a MSI-Z87-GD65 and I like it more than I did my Asus
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#15
FYFI13
Looks really good, if they'll price it correctly (~100euro) - I'm getting one for sure!
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