Windows 10: MSI unleashes more than 30 new Kaby Lake and AMD Ryzen motherboards
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MSI unleashes more than 30 new Kaby Lake and AMD Ryzen motherboards
Keep reading! MSI unleashes more than 30 new Kaby Lake and AMD Ryzen motherboards | PCWorld
The “M” in “MSI” must stand for “motherboards,” because at CES 2017 the company launched more than 30 new mobos designed to work with Intel’s just-dropped Kaby Lake desktop processors
. Thirty. Kaby. Lake. Motherboards
But a pair of motherboards tucked away at the end of the display proved just as exciting—the first desktop AM4 motherboards for AMD’s hotly anticipated Ryzen processors and Bristol Ridge APUs that I’ve ever seen in the wild.
Sure, it was a bit anticlimactic since AMD announced an army of AM4 motherboards
mere hours later, but it was still good to see a Ryzen motherboard in the proverbial flesh, hanging toe-to-toe with its high-end Kaby Lake counterpart.
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Before any gamers think they now need to go out and buy a new Z270A mobo and an i7 Kaby Lake,, you might want to watch this from Bitwit:
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