Tuesday, August 17th 2021

MSI Unveils Series of New X570S Motherboards

With AMD launching the latest Ryzen 5000 Series processors, MSI X570S motherboards will also hit the market in the coming days. The new series of MSI X570S motherboards have not only upgraded specifications but also included brand-new designs. The following are detailed introductions that you must not miss. The whole series of MSI X570S motherboards all support AMD's latest Ryzen 5000 Series processors. To unleash the impressive performance, MSI offers a comprehensive upgrade for the power phase. MEG X570S motherboards have direct 16+2 phases with 90 A SPS and MPG X570S motherboards have at least 12+2 Duet Rail Power System with 75 A SPS. Both the MAG X570S TORPEDO MAX and the MAG X570S TOMAHAWK MAX WIFI have Mirrored Power Arrangement 12+2 phases with 60 A SPS as well.

s for heatsink design, the major change is to remove fans on the chipsets, which helps reduce dust and noise. In order to dissipate heat effectively without fans, the area of the heatsink that covers the chipset is enlarged considerably. Also, all MSI X570S Series motherboards feature at least 1 M.2 Shield Frozr which prevents throttling by offering the best thermal protection to help maintain SSD maximum performance. For hard-core users, we have the MEG X570S ACE MAX with 4 Gen 4 M.2 slots covered with M.2 Shield Frozr and Double Side M.2 Thermal.
In terms of network, all MSI X570S Series motherboards are equipped with onboard 2.5 Gbps connectivity which provides incredible transfer speed. The wireless solution is upgraded to the latest Wi-Fi 6E that supports a 6 GHz spectrum. MSI X570S motherboards have at least 2 M.2 slots, and the MEG X570S UNIFY-X MAX even has 6 M.2 slots. Furthermore, MEG X570S motherboards adopt USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 capable of delivering transfer speed up to 20 Gb/s.

We also launched the special edition MPG X570S CARBON EK X, which is a 6 layered server-grade PCB with 2 oz thickened copper. The monoblock for the CPU and VRM sections is also purposely designed to incorporate carbon fiber elements. The MPG X570S CARBON EK X allows significant performance and uninterrupted gameplay without noise. The newly integrated flow indicator provides instant loop operation and coolant flow overview. The MPG X570S CARBON EK X has a 14+2 Duet Rail Power System with 75 A SPS and 4 Gen 4 M.2 slots with all-covered M.2 Shield Frozr. Equipped with onboard 2.5 Gbps LAN and Wi-Fi 6E, the MPG X570S CARBON EK X owns a front USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C.

Audio is also a key upgrade point for these new motherboards. The MSI X570S gaming series motherboards feature Audio Boost 5. Excitingly, the MEG X570S ACE MAX features Audio Boost 5 HD, which gives the perfect experience for our users. Speaking of appearances, the MSI X570S Series motherboards have impressive designs too. The MAG X570S TORPEDO MAX received the Pacific Blue colorway which is popular among our fans. More surprisingly, it also matches MSI's new gaming PC case, the MAG VAMPIRIC 300R PACIFIC BLUE. Choose what you like and personalize your PCs!

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15 Comments on MSI Unveils Series of New X570S Motherboards

#1
Hossein Almet
I'l buy the Unify for my second build if the graphic card can be had at a discount price:)
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#2
ZoneDymo
Perhaps less so because its further away but, still feels a bit like E-waste at this point like building a Z590 board now....unless you are telling me they are basically out of inventory and making these in limited supplies to hold everything over.

idk seems so late to release "new" motherboards.
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#4
TumbleGeorge
LoL 2OZ copper, server grade PCB! $XXX(X)price? There are cheap AsRock AM4 B450 MB's with 2OZ copper. The era when 2OZ copper was in high class consumer MB's and marketing trick, was before 10+ years.
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#5
Anymal
Looks like Asus design.
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#6
Chaitanya
Would like to know pricing of MPG X570S CARBON Max Wifi as it looks like a solid offering.
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#7
MxPhenom 216
ASIC Engineer
That Unify-X is going to be sweet. Kind of wish I waited for it.
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#8
madone
No MATX Boards again.
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#9
Turmania
Can't one manufacturer do a proper top of the line micro atx board? Imagine the market share to dominate with one product, before you say mixro atx is for small crowd with tight budget, you are mistaken...
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#10
thegnome
Needs more RGB... Well only if they supported SignalRGB because their own RGB stuff is pure shit.
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#11
DeathtoGnomes
I'm afraid to even ask, but I need some confirmation on this.

The Carbon Max, near the top of the IO panel, whats that circlular plug next to the two USB ports?
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#12
Dammeron
DeathtoGnomesThe Carbon Max, near the top of the IO panel, whats that circlular plug next to the two USB ports?
A blast from the past. :p

And, as earlier commented - still no mATX boards...
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#13
Anymal
Is it 3.5mm in diameter?
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#14
milewski1015
DeathtoGnomesI'm afraid to even ask, but I need some confirmation on this.

The Carbon Max, near the top of the IO panel, whats that circlular plug next to the two USB ports?
Looks like a PS/2 port
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#15
Dammeron
Yep. Except for Ace and Unify, all the other boards will have a "no-so-good-anymore" PS/2 port.
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