The board continues the theme introduced by its Z590 Carbon predecessor. It reminds us of an ’80s spectrum analyzer, though we’re happy to see it’s been toned down to something much less garish this time around. It’s certainly a busy look, but not overwhelming. There are splashes of RGB consisting of the Carbon logo next to the SATA ports, plus a few spots in the central heatsink area (though they’re likely to be obscured by a GPU). Finally, MSI’s longtime dragon mascot is proudly lit up above the I/O area which also features a carbon fiber look, as the name of the board would suggest.
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