The MSI range of motherboards has always proven to be popular with consumers. This is in no small part due to the excellent variety on offer to suit practically all needs and budgets. I myself have an MSI motherboard and have never found a reason to grumble about it.
Well, in terms of specifications, sadly very little. Both motherboards are largely similar in design, however, with both having onboard fans, it seems clear that the Gaming Pro Carbon is going to be the more ‘power orientated’ of the two with it having a much larger heat sink area. Specifically, one that will ‘wrap around’ both PCI-E ports.
With both having two PCI-E ports (presumably 4.0), however, on the surface there isn’t much to seemingly separate them.
In addition, does that lighting indicate some RGB effects to the board? It seems more than a little likely.
At the time of writing, there is no confirmed release date for either motherboard. With Computex 2019 just around the corner, however, we might at least have a sneak preview of at least two of the products on display from MSI.
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What do you think? Are you impressed with the designs? Are you in the market for a new motherboard? – Let us know in the comments!