MSI has unveiled its third high-end X370 motherboard called the X370 Gaming Pro. The company’s latest motherboard is said to be somewhat similar to the previous X370 Gaming Pro Carbon and X370 Gaming Pro Carbon AC, albeit with a few of its own exclusive features.
One major difference between the X370 Gaming Pro motherboard compared to its brothers is that it comes with a difference PCB. In addition, the motherboard also features more LED elements. Of course, the LED lights on this motherboard is fully customisable via MSI’s Mystic Light Sync software.
In addition, the MSI X370 Gaming Pro motherboard is also equipped with a Realtek RTL8111H ethernet controller, which is different from the Intel I211AT controller used in the Carbon motherboards. Similarities between the X370 Gaming Pro its family of motherboards are its 10-phase CPU VRM and the expansion slots layout as well.
Speaking of which, MSI’s X370 Gaming Pro is fitted with three PCIe 3.0 x 16 slots, six SATA 6Gbps ports and one M.2 slot. Connectivity options include: two USB 3.1 ports and a VR Boost USB port. According to MSI, the X370 Gaming Pro motherboard will be made available for consumers starting 11 April, for a price of around US$150 (about RM665).