MSI X370 XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM

MSI is giving the X370 chipset its Titanium treatment with the vendor’s flagship AM4 motherboard. Sporting the unique style that has become representative of MSI’s range, the X370 XPower Gaming Titanium is targeting enthusiasts who want a stack of features and strong overclocking potential from their motherboard. 

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MSI X370 XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM

MSI introduced their AMD Ryzen based X370 XPower Gaming Titanium motherboard at the January CES 2017 Trade Show, and today I’ll review this new entry to the manufacturer’s Titanium series lineup. MSI presents the X370 motherboard as ‘BULLETPROOF GAMING’ with performance that pushes the limits for the most demanding enthusiast through the best components, solid silver heatsinks and power for the most extensive overclocking experience.

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MSI B350 TOMAHAWK

However, with the B350 in Tomahawk guise there is very little to pick between it and the big cahuna X370 motherboards. In fact as far as we can tell the only differences are that the B350 only has a single M.2 slot, and it has no multi-GPU technology so that means no AMD Crossfire or nVidia SLI.

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MSI X370 XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM

AMD and MSI had slipped us an X370 XPower Gaming Titanium along with the rest of the kit. While I’ve taken a look at a lot of MSIs boards, I haven’t had the chance to check out any of their Titanium boards and it is an area where I think MSI has really been showing some creativity, so I’m excited to take a closer look at the new board and find out if the Titanium has the features to back up its good looks.

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MSI X370 XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM

As you can see, the feature list is extensive, and with the board being 24-hour gaming certified, you know it’s going to keep up with your demanding workloads. Not only is the board designed to look stylish, the aesthetics are more than just visual treats, with Steel Armor on the memory slots and PCIe slots, M.2 Shield, a huge VRM heat sink design, and a rear I/O shroud to name but a few, that give the board exceptional durability.

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