As noticed by TechPowerUp, MSI has simply introduced three new motherboards for the Z590 platform: the MEG Z590 Unify, Unify-X, and the MEG Z590 ACE Gold Version. All three boards are aimed to extract probably the most from Intel’s Comet Lake and Rocket Lake CPUs, with very strong energy supply setups, plus tons of connectivity for storage, wi-fi and USB units.
The MEG Z590 Ace Gold Edition is as blingy because the identify implies, layered with gold and silver touches from prime to backside. Somewhat than being utterly gold, it is extra of a silver-themed board with gold accents. Nonetheless, it is probably the most putting designs we have seen on a motherboard shortly. If you would like a board to pair along with your 24-Karat Adata keyboard, we will consider nothing higher.
However the Ace Gold Version is not all about aesthetics, it is a flagship board similar to the traditional Ace variant. The board comes with a beefy 16 part energy supply system with 90A energy phases and a big aluminum heatsink that extends from the uppermost M.2 slot all the way in which to the reminiscence DIMMs.
The Ace Gold Version additionally comes with a ton of storage choices and connectivity, together with 4 M.2 slots, Wi-Fi-6E AX210, and eight USB ports, plus twin 40Gbps Thunderbolt 4 connections. In the event you go for this board and one way or the other do not additionally set up G.Skill Trident Z Royal memory, you are clearly doing it unsuitable.
MSI can also be refreshing its ‘Unify’ model for the Z590 platform, with the brand new Z590 Unify and Unify-X. These boards are all about ringing out as a lot efficiency out of your system elements as attainable.
Each boards will characteristic a beefy energy supply system with a 16+2+1 part design, constructed with 90A sensible energy phases, so that you should not be bottlenecked by your VRMs when overclocking Intel’s most power-hungry chips.
The Unify-X turns issues up a notch even additional in the case of reminiscence overclocking, to extend reminiscence stability at excessive clock speeds, MSI has deleted two of the DIMMS which permits help for as much as 7200MHz.
Each boards additionally include a boatload of connectivity, together with 4 M.2 slots for storage, and 12 USB ports.
Aesthetically, the Z590 Unify and Unify-X are the polar reverse of the Ace Gold version, with no LED or RGB lighting perception, and that includes a matt black aesthetic from prime to backside. An incredible search for these searching for stealth and ease.
We do not know when any of those boards might be accessible to buy, however the Z590 Ace Gold Version is already upon MSI’s web site, so we anticipate all three boards to be purchasable quickly.