MSI MPG Z390 GAMING EDGE AC

The MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Edge AC looked very similar to the Carbon Pro on paper, and in our testing there was very little to differentiate the two motherboards. Being so closely matched in price and on the acknowledged consistently-performing Intel Z390 chipset we didn’t expect there to be much difference and sure enough there isn’t.

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MSI MPG Z390 GAMING EDGE AC

The heatsink design is above average for a board in this pricing area; both make good contact with the components underneath, are screwed in, and the larger, left-hand one is multi-stacked for maximum heat dispersal – it’s interesting to note that MSI has gone with a reflective, accented finish to amplify any RGB you may have in the system. It’s a shame that the Gaming Edge AC hasn’t been able to introduce an integrated I/O shield; the heatsink design is crying out for it.

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MSI MPG Z390 GAMING EDGE AC

The MPG Z390 Gaming Edge AC features a multi-color design that reflects the RGB lighting capabilities of the motherboard. On the front, you get the name of the board, Intel product support labels and the fact that this board is supported by MSI’s Mystic Light software to manage the visuals.

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MSI MPG Z390 GAMING EDGE AC

If you’ve been following MSI awhile, you’ll know awhile back they broke their motherboard line up into the Enthusiast, Professional and Arsenal series with each serving a distinct segment of the market. Starting with Intel’s latest chipset revamp, the Z390, MSI has reduced this mouthful down to a TLA, or Three Letter Acronym. The new lines are MEG for MSI…

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MSI MPG Z390 GAMING EDGE AC

The MSI MPG Z390 Gaming EDGE AC is a solid board from a feature set but it is not packing the stuffed to the gills feature set as you get with the more expensive boards. MSI omits the less tangible features for a more simplified feature set to match the needed price point. 

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