MSI Teases X570 MEG Ace Motherboard With Wi-Fi 6 for Ryzen 3000
Ron Perillo / 2 years ago
Arriving Next Month with Next Gen Ryzen CPUs
As promised, AMD is enabling backwards and forwards compatibility across their AM4 socket product range. With the exception of entry-level A320 chipset motherboards which will only be compatible with Ryzen 3000 APUs.
In anticipation of this upcoming platform launch, motherboard manufacturer MSI is teasing fans with a (not so) cryptic message via Twitter.
Can You Decode MSI’s Teaser Message?
Thankfully the short video teaser is not particularly difficult to decipher. “Five” is of course refers to the fact that this is a 500-series motherboard. Meanwhile, “Six” is obviously referring to Wi-Fi 6, otherwise known as the latest 802.11ax wireless standard.
Lastly, the “Seven” is the one that remains a mystery. It could be referring to either the expansion slots available on this board, especially since the X570 series chipset is rumoured to have HEDT-like amount of PCIe lanes available. Or it could also refer to seven RGB lighting zones available on board.
What do you think the “seven” in this message refers to? Leave a comment below.