MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Plus and MSI MAG Z390 Tomahawk gaming motherboards released

MSI MAG Z390 Tomahawk is not going to occupy the highest step in the MSI ranges, but it does offer a very complete, powerful and above all robust plate. In addition, it adds an aggressive aesthetic in two very defined tones that give it a more serious touch and highlights the military character it seeks to achieve.

MSI MAG Z390 Tomahawk

Some of its features that it houses are:

9 digital power phases
1 reinforced PCI-e
2 X socket 3 M.2 (one with Shield)
8 + 4 PSU
Dual Lan
A mid-high-end plate that comes loaded with good features supported by a fairly complete dissipation system for mosfets.

MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Plus

MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Plus

The MSI midrange will be very capable this time thanks to the MPG Z390 Gaming Plus, a board that has taken part of the “cut” format of the Asus Apex in the SATA, a design that we like a lot. In terms of design, the black / red contrast is very striking and gives a traditional gaming touch, which is reinforced by red lighting (not RGB) that surely catches the attention of fans of these technologies.

Some of its characteristics are striking for a plate of its range:

9 digital power phases
Reinforced PCI-e
2 X sockets 3 M.2
Large heat sink for VRM (does not cover RAM)
8 pin connector for PSU

As always happens in these ranges and increasingly in general, the price will be indicative of potential sales, but in the three cases presented the leap in quality is patent, slight but sufficient to justify a new range of plates attached to the new chipset Z390. The user who has Z370 may not be interested in changing the board unless he wants to make the jump to a 9700K and a 9900K, reasons why the number of phases and cooling has been increased, data that always has to be Take into account due to the higher consumption due to frequency and increase of nuclei.

via videocardz

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