Details on MSI TRX40 PRO Series Motherboards Leaked
New information about MSI’s TRX40 PRO series motherboards has been leaked. Hardware info leaker Komachi recently released some interesting leaked pictures on Twitter, which appears to showcase the upcoming HEDT series from MSI for the 3rd Gen Ryzen Threadripper.
What is the PRO Series?
MSI’s PRO Series has been designed with productivity, expandability, and stability in mind. This new motherboard has four full x16 PCIe slots for this reason.
It looks like there will be two variants of the motherboards. One will be equipped with a WiFi6 module and the other will come with a 10G card.
While aimed at different users, both of these motherboards come with a 12+3 phase digital VRM design powered by dual 8-pin connectors. These boards will also support up to 256GB of DDR4 memory which can achieve speeds of up to 4666MHz.
However, the main feature of note that appears on all TRX40 motherboards is actually the fan that’s located above the chipset. For a simple fan, this is a pretty eye-catching feature due to the size of it, as you can see in the leaked picture below.
The 10G version:
The WiFi version:
Additional Information On The Motherboards
Specifications have been leaked by VideoCardz.com, though they are currently unconfirmed by MSI.
ASUS ROG Zenith II Extreme
Other motherboards that will be released include the ASUS ROG Zenith II Extreme which looks to be the most powerful of the bunch. It has the most features of all of the boards released today along with a large sTRX4 socket powered by a 16 phase TDA21472 power stage rated to handle 70 Amps.
TRX40 AORUS XTREME
The TRX40 AORUS XTREME motherboard aims towards the more high-end users. With a 16 phase power layout powered by dual 8-pin CPU connectors, this motherboard also comes with a variety of high-end components on the PCB that will give it great overclocking potential for the Threadripper processors.
These won’t likely be the end of the announcements for today, but the sheer amount of choice consumers will have when purchasing components is impressive.
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