MSI’s upcoming Z87 MPower MAX motherboard has been fully unboxed and detailed by EgyptHardware. MSI has been teasing this board as well as the Z87 XPower board over the past few weeks. These two boards are the top of the line Haswell motherboards MSI will be releasing for overclockers and enthusiasts. Read on to see all of the photos and information about the upcoming Z87 MPower MAX motherboard.
It looks like PCWorld has unboxed and gone over many of the different features of the Gigabyte Z87X-OC Haswell motherboard. The Z87X-OC is Gigabyte’s top of the line motherboard in their Haswell designed specifically for overclockers and enthusiasts. Read on to see all of the details and photos of this awesome motherboard.
MSI has been teasing their upcoming Z87 motherboards on their Facebook pages and other social accounts. Last week we saw the MPower Max Motherboard and the past weeks before that we got a closer look at the Z87 XPower Motherboard. Well MSI is back to the XPower board releasing the photo that you see below, which gives us even more details about the upcoming board.
All motherboard manufactures are preparing their Z87 motherboards for Intel’s upcoming Haswell processor launch, which will happen at Computex in June. Today we know what the top gaming motherboard from ECS will be. It is the Z87H3-A2X Extreme and it does look quite impressive!
MSI has been using Facebook to give us a little glimpse of their upcoming Haswell motherboards. Just last week they released a shot of their Z87 XPower motherboard, which has a 32-phase VRM! Today they have released another shot of a different board, the Z87 MPower MAX which features MSI’s Military Class 4 components.
Just last week we got our first look at MSI’s upcoming Big Bang Z87 XPower Motherboard. MSI showed a few photos and a teaser video, which did not show all that much. Today on MSI’s UK Facebook page they have released the photo you see below. The photo shows some of the components that are going to be used on this new board as part of their Military Class 4 components. These include Super Ferrite Chokes, black solid state capacitors, and a total of 32 VRM power phases!
Gigabyte has a teaser website up for their upcoming Z87 G1-Killer motherboard. The G1 Series are motherboards specifically designed for gamers and not only offer great designs but things like onboard KillerNIC’s and audio solutions from Creative. As the photo you see below suggests the G1-Killer Z87 board will feature an internal liquid cooling solution, much like the one on the ASRock Z77 OC Formula and which is also available on ASUS’s Maximus V Formula.
Intel’s expected launch of Haswell keeps on getting closer and closer and motherboard manufacturers are gearing up for it as they are working on socket LGA1150 motherboards for the new platform. MSI is one such manufacturer and they are teasing their new flagship motherboard that directly targets enthusiasts and overclockers. This motherboard is based off of Intel’s Z87 Express chipset and falls in MSI’s Big Bang series bearing the name Z87 XPower.
Normally you do not hear much about Intel’s own motherboard line. This is due to the fact that it really is not all that impressive and companies like ASUS and Gigabyte market their products a whole lot better. Intel has already announced it is going to back out of the consumer motherboard business, but that has not stopped them from creating boards for the upcoming “Haswell” platform. Below you see their DZ87KL-75K, which is their top enthusiast board for the upcoming Haswell Z87 Lynx Point platform.
It seems ASUS is working on a variant of their Republic of Gamers Rampage IV Extreme motherboard. This board is made for people who may be tired of the red / black scheme on Republic of Gamers boards. The Rampage IV Extreme Black as you can guess has all an all black appearance, with a few grey accents here and there. Besides the color changes it is pretty much identical to the original board.
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