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MSI X670E & X670-P listed online by Italian retailers 

The MSI X670E Carbon Wifi and PRO X670-P have been listed online by Italian retailers, for over 550 Euros and 350 Euros respectively.

Updated: Aug 15, 2022 3:17 pm
MSI X670E and X670 P prices leaked by italian retailers

AMD is just days away from releasing its AM5 motherboards alongside its Zen 4 processors. The CPU manufacturing giant is not expected to allow retailers to post SKUs on their sites for another month, but it seems three Italy-based retailers didn’t get the memo. As AM5 motherboards aren’t due to release until the 15th of September 2022.

Twitter leaker Momomo_US recently uncovered the listings when searching for new information. 

momomoUS twitter leak X670E

Momomo_US then went on to share an image of an MSI X670E listing from an unknown website. 

X670E and X670-P MSI motherboard listing

There appear to be three other Italian retailers listing MSI X670E and X670-P motherboards report WccfTech. These include CityWebShop, Eurotronic, and TekWorld. 

MSI X670E and X670-P Price

In Italy, the price for the MSI X670E Carbon starts at 562.19 Euros and ends at 640.15 Euros. Whereas, the X670-P Pro starts at 375.35 Euros and ends at 426.27 Euros. 

So in USD, we’re looking at an average of around $530 for the MSI X670E Carbon and around $350 for the X670-P Pro. 

Please be aware that these are early prices and are subject to change up until AMD’s official release. 

Here’s a list of Italian retailers that have the two MSI motherboards currently listed. 

MSI MPG X670E Carbon WiFi

MSI X670E Motherboard min

The MPG Carbon is one of MSI’s higher-end motherboards built on a 10-layer PCB design for the best electrical noise insulation. The X670E chipset MSI motherboards will feature PCIe Gen 5 on both the PCIe x16 slot and PCI M.2 slot, for blazing fast storage access speeds and GPU support. 

Some of the other features of the MSI MPG X670E Carbon WiFi include: 

  • Extended Heatsink with heat-pipe
  • 18+2 phases / 90A power stages
  • Lightning Gen 5 slot & M.2 support
  • Screwless M.2 Shield Frozr
  • Onboard 2.5G LAN & WIFI 6E
  • USB Type-C supports up to DP 2.0

MSI Pro X670-P WiFi

MSI X670 P Motherboard min

MSI’s X670-P Pro WiFi is a high-end board in its own right, just less so than the X670E chipset motherboards. The Pro X670-P features an 8-layer PCB design, which is two layers less than the X670E Carbon but is still a high-end PCB design. The Pro will also only feature PCIe Gen 5 support on the PCIe slot, no storage this time around. 

However, as a result, you can see that the X670-P is much less expensive. 

Some other features of the MSI Pro X670-P include: 

  • Extended Heatsink Design
  • 14+2 phases / 80A SPS stages
  • Lightning Gen 5 M.2 support
  • 1x Double-side M.2 Shield Frozr
  • Onboard 2.5G LAN & WIFI 6E
  • USB Type-C supports up to DP 2.0

Although a little pricy so far, we think AM5 is going to be the best platform we’ve seen in a long time and we’re excited to see the kind of performance it can bring. If the performance is anything like it’s predicted to be, we think Intel is in trouble this launch cycle. 

Let us know what you think down in the comments. 

What will the X670E motherboards cost?

In Italy, the prices were leaked starting for the MSI X670E Carbon at 562.19 Euros and ending at 640.15 Euros.

What will the X670-P AM5 motherboard cost?

In Italy, the X670-P Pro prices were leaked starting at 375.35 Euros and ends at 426.27 Euros.

When will the MSI AM5 motherboards be released?

The official release date for all AM5 motherboards is the 15th of September 2022.

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