MSI today announced its new high-end motherboard for the LGA2011-3 socket, we are talking about the MSI X99A GODLIKE Gaming Carbon, which is difficult to describe at first because it will impress you everywhere. The VRM is cooled by an advanced cooling system, heat sinks attached to copper heatpipes with nickel finish to reduce temperatures to the maximum level, the heatsink of chipset is huge and also attached to the heatpipe which allows a good refrigerated high dose of Overclocking, part of the motherboard are covered by the thermal shield “Dragon Armor” that besides improving the temperature prevents interference from other components and helps isolate the sound chip. The PCI-Express slots are reinforced and all this is garnishes of an advanced LED RGB lighting system. Well, I think we started it well.

MSI X99A Gaming GODLIKE Carbon: LGA2011-3 Beast with RGB Lightning

The MSI X99A GODLIKE Gaming Carbon is backed by a VRM 12 – phase power and attached to eight slots DIMM DDR4 that support 128GB DDR4 memory at 3400 MHz (OC); and no less than five PCI-Express 3.0 x16, so it is obviously designed to enjoy Multi-GPU configurations. In terms of storage, we have ten ports SATA III 6.0 Gbps (two ports compatible with SATA-Express) and one slot M.2 32 Gb / s for ultra fast SSDs.

The information is completed with the use of six USB 3.1 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, two Ethernet Killer E2400, WiFi 802.11ac 5GHz +, Bluetooth 4.0 (Killer 1535), audio Realtek ALC1150 (isolated with EMI shield, Nahimic technology, dual headphone amplifier and DAC ESS ES9018K2M), a PS / 2 port for keyboard and mouse, point voltage measurement, buttons Power / Reset / Clear CMOS / OC Genie, switch to change BIOS five connectors 4 pin for fans, and motherboard comes in a E-ATX format powered by a 24 – pin ATX connector with an EPS of 8 + 4 pin. Not a word about its availability or price.



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