MSI MEG Z390 ACE

MSI sent us one of their high-end Z390 motherboards meant for gamers who are looking for enthusiast grade features: the MEG (MSI Enthusiast Gaming) Z390  ACE – a fully packed high-end motherboard just a tier below their Z390 GODLIKE motherboard. Priced at an SRP of Php18,400, what kind of premium features can we expect?

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ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-I GAMING

Intel platforms typically offer an excellent foundation for small form factor builds and Intel’s Z390 continues that trend unabated. ASUS has curated Intel’s latest chipset with ample features and a high-end specification, making it the ideal candidate for a miniature performance powerhouse.

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GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS MASTER

There is plenty of good stuff to discuss about the Z390 Aorus Master so let’s start with the VRMs as power delivery hardware is a major focus for Gigabyte with their Z390 motherboards. Gigabyte has gone out of their way to spell out the number of power phases, the makes and models of the various chips and also their current ratings so we are crystal clear there are 12x 60A phases using a doubling scheme.

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GIGABYTE MZ01-CE1

The Gigabyte MZ01-CE1 this is one of the only GPU optimized, single socket AMD EPYC, ATX motherboards on the market. While AMD EPYC truly shines in motherboards that tightly integrate with chassis, the ATX “channel” market is essential since that often trailblazes new use cases. That is where the Gigabyte MZ01-CE1 targets.

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ASRock B365 Phantom Gaming 4

Today, we’ll be taking a quick look at the ASRock B365 Phantom Gaming 4 Motherboard, which utilizes Intel’s latest B365 chipset and features dual M.2 slots for SSDs that come with fancy heat speaders. It supports all Intel 8th and 9th Gen Core processors LGA1151 (both 22nm and 14nm), Optane memory, AMD Quad CrossFireX™ and CrossFireX™, PCIE steel slot, 8 power phase design, and of course ASRock Polychrome RGB.

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AMD Athlon 240GE & 220GE

AMD’s Athlon line-up dominates the low-end for gaming on integrated graphics, and the low price points undercut competing Intel Pentium processors. The addition of unofficial overclocking sweetens the deal, and similar host and graphics processing resources on all three models levels the playing field after tuning, meaning you can score the cheapest model and enjoy the same performance as the most expensive Athlon.

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ASRock Z390 Taichi

The ASRock Z390 Taichi not only looks stylish, but also offers a lot of features and can be overclocked excellently! In the review we show all details about the equipment including 360 degree view and test how high you can overclock an Intel Core i9-9900K CPU with this Intel Z390 motherboard from ASRock.

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MSI X470 GAMING PRO CARBON

MSI designed the X470 Gaming Pro Carbon as a midrange solution with some overclocking features to help you get the most out of your hardware. The board features an eight-phase power design with heatsinks to help keep the MOFSETs from overheating. It also has two eight-pin CPU power connectors, which can help to ensure a stable supply of power.

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